Pandemic lockdown is lifted in many places and daycare facilities are opening. If you are a parent of young child and thinking of dropping off child at the facility then, as a parent you must know how childcare is taking care of hygiene of the facility and safety of children to assure your child’s safety.
So many household chemicals as cleaning products are available in the market. Sometimes one can see how inappropriately people store these chemicals
Hand washing and other good health and hygiene habits (like cleaning teeth, brushing hair, and taking regular baths or showers) should be built into children’s routines as early as possible.
Many countries are trying to get back to normal life in stages in amidst of current world pandemic. However, the number of Covid-19 cases are increasing in most countries. One thing parent worry about is, should they be sending children back to school when the school open?
Stammering or stuttering is disruption of normal speech which can be seen in children. Stammering makes it difficult for a child to communicate easily. When a child stutters
Children often like to eat snacks or food even if they are not hungry. Children demand food when they cannot handle their feelings and emotions.
Running out of ideas how to keep kids engaged and entertained? Here are 30+ ideas to keep kids engaged, entertained and learned. Share the list with kids and have them pick up few ideas and let them work on the ideas.
Teaching kids yogic breathing can help their little lungs to face several conditions including COVID-19. Sit with your child and help them to concentrate and breath. When parents take part in kids activities it is a boon for their energy and kids will love it.
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