Baby cold remedies - the dos and don’ts
The symptoms of baby colds can be remedied but simple measures are usually all you’ll need - don’t use medicines to remedy a cold in a baby less than three months of age...
Cradle cap is very common, it’s quite harmless and it’s fairly easy to manage.
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The term cradle cap applies to a rash that generally appears on the scalp, most typically in...
Duration of activity
You can fill in ten spare minutes doing one of these worksheets with your toddler. If you have a longer period of time you could spend an hour or so doing all of the activity...
After months and months of preparation and waiting, one of the biggest days of your life has finally arrived. Nothing can fully prepare you for that moment, it is a moment of learning and self-discovery and most of...
A Griffith University lecturer in the School of Education and Professional Studies has developed a free educational app for parents and teachers to help children learn the basics of literacy ... Read More»
Letting babies cry themselves to sleep may not cause the emotional, behavioural or parent-child attachment issues many parents fret about, a new study led by Flinders University has found. The ... Read More»
Age 2-8 years Duration of activity These activities can take just a few minutes or keep your child busy periodically throughout the day. Materials/equipment Transport picture and/or word flashcards. Laminating ... Read More»
Age 0-5 years. Different activities are more appropriate for different ages. For example babies may enjoy simply looking and pointing at the cards, while toddlers and pre-schoolers will enjoy developing ... Read More»
From three to four years children’s fine motor skills improve remarkably, as their gross motor and other skills also improve. Their finger muscles increase in strength and their hand-eye coordination ... Read More»
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