So your toddler loves TV, huh? Welcome to the club. All toddlers do. And it makes sense, to be honest. There’s a lot going on: colours, cartoons, noises… it’s like a whole universe inside a box. So you might be wondering if it’s ok for your toddler to watch TV. And, if it is, how many hours a day/week you should let them do it. Continue reading “Toddlers and TV: Should They Watch It?”
Summer’s over, and the weather is still not too bad, but we kind of already miss cosying up at home, watching movies under a blanket, playing board games… So, shall we get ready for the coming months? Continue reading “8 Fun Indoor Activities Your Kids Will Love”
Sometimes our kids do stuff we just don’t understand. But hey, just a friendly reminder that we were kids too, and we totally did the same gross/weird things back in the days. We might feel very civilised now, but this wasn’t always the case. So we hope you enjoy this
trip back in time list of weird things kids do that you find gross now but you totally did too. Continue reading “22 Weird Things Kids Do that We Did But Don’t Understand Now”
Do you remember reading (or rather pretending to read) your favourite stories when you were a little kid? Or begging your parents to read you (just once more!) your favourite book? Learning to read is a big deal for every kid. And for their parents. But when should your kid be able to read a book or a short story? Should you worry or is your kid totally fine? Continue reading “Reading: At What Age Should I Expect my Kid to Do It?”
Toddlers and kids love making things with their hands. That’s a fact. Whether it’s something harmless like making shapes and “snakes” out of playdough, or something a bit more inconvenient, like expressing “their deepest thoughts” by grabbing some paint and using the walls as canvas –something we will talk about very soon, by the way –. Since we’d all rather they picked the former option, we’ve thought it would be cool to share with you this super easy homemade playdough recipe.
In most cases, kids learn to walk, jump and run without much encouragement needed. We could say they learn to do that without giving us enough time to assimilate it. One day they crawl, the next day they are running like crazy with their nappy around their head and chocolate all over their face. Continue reading “5 ways to develop fine motor skills”