Internet bullying, also known a cyberbullying, can cause kids to have substance use and mental health problems. In a study by the Journal of the American Medical Association it is found that frequent communication with parents and family dinners can help to … Continue reading
You Know That Book You Read to Your Child Over and Over Again? Turns Out It Helps Them To Learn and Read Better!
Everyday parents are asked to read the same book over and over again by their children. Don’t fret though because it’s the best way to help your children learn new words says a new study by Dr. Jessica Horst from … Continue reading
Talking Directly To Your Babies/Toddlers and Using More Complex Words Will Help Develop Better Vocabularies and Communication Skills
New research presented in February 2014 to the American Association for the Advancement of Science shows that talking intelligently helps babies and toddlers vocabulary skills. This will help the babies and toddlers lean through context to connect words with their meanings. Longer … Continue reading
Most times, getting children involved in any time of household chore is just that: a chore. But if you make it fun and rewarding for them, you may find that they are more willing to help than you ever thought … Continue reading