Teaching kids about the meaning behind Thanksgiving can be helpful in fostering a spirit of gratitude in your family. Here's how you can use this fall holiday to talk about the big life lesson of thankfulness.
Going to the playground is a great way for children to learn the concept of socialization. Kids learn best from one another, and playgrounds can be a safe space to practice interacting with one another.
From exchanging toys to taking turns on the playground, sharing is an important skill to master in early childhood. Read on for tips on how to encourage your children to share.
Social media has become an integral part of our greater society, hasn't it? Although viewed by many concerned parents as problematic, it can be a positive parenting tool when managed correctly, especially from the beginning.
Giving your child quality praise on a daily basis can have a big impact on his behavior, but it’s important to learn how, when, and why to praise your child in order to reap the most benefits.
It begins around 18-30 months and typically ends around 3. This is a time when our young ones are growing rapidly intellectually and physically. They're starting to understand our world.
Initially, it can be a bit overwhelming to care for more than one child together. However, with some planning and help, you can deal with it in a very effective way.
If your children are feeling lonely these days, try one of these ideas to help them deal with this difficult time. We are all looking forward to returning to “normal” routines as soon as possible, but in the meantime, there are many ways parents can help their children cope with life during a pandemic.
When people think of teaching their child a language or more, they initially think of a spoken language. Teaching sign language would be fun to learn and may benefit your child's development throughout the process.
Black Lives Matter. Here at KeaBabies, we stand with the black community during these troubling times. Read on to find out ways to discuss the topic of race with your little ones.
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