New smart toys are capable of listening to your child. If they’re hearing things, they’re probably transmitting that information as well.
You wouldn’t think there was a skill to it, but new research highlights the importance of HOW parents read to their kids.
Is your child discouraged by competitiveness or comparison in their sport? Dr Justin Coulson explores strategies to help kids stay the course!
When the funeral was done and friends and family had gone home, Ann-Maree found herself grieving in unexpected moments – not knowing what to do with her parenting instincts.
How do you motivate kids? Rewards may effectively control children’s behaviour in the immediate context, but studies show that they can (and regularly do) have negative consequences.
Parents have been complaining about this problem for at least 50 years! Try these questions to encourage curiosity and conversation.
Your kids will learn to live generously, to help others in need, and to make a real difference in the lives of others whenever and wherever they can.
If you’re an Aussie parent unsure about when it’s ok to leave your kid home alone, these practical questions can help you to know if they are ready!
The HSC might be daunting, but it is something that each and every one of you can achieve. See if you can keep these six things in mind.
Experts make a big deal about telling parents to read to their children. It’s one of the best things we can do to help them develop positively.