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Ages and stages: Developmental milestones for preschoolers

As your child enters the preschooler age marked by a happy third birthday — you may find yourself lamenting that they are growing up so fast. But strap in, because the preschooler years (between ages three to five) are marked by some massive growth as your rambunctious toddler rapidly becomes a tiny human before your eyes.  And as they enter this period, where they are building their social, emotive, physical, cognitive and language skills in...

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What are signs of anxiety in a child?

Just like adults, it’s normal for children to experience feelings of anxiety or worry from time to time. As children grow, some fearful behaviour is common as they learn to navigate and regulate their emotions.  Most children will learn to cope with their feelings as they grow and when within a supportive environment where they feel able to navigate these feelings safely. It is common for toddlers and children to act out and behave in...

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Building courage in kids: How to help our little ones to be brave

We often think of holidays as being relaxing and fun, but they are often so much more than that. They are also a chance to step out of our comfort zone and try new things – but even this takes courage. Especially for our little ones. Whether it’s an activity they’d never try at home, tasting a new food or the courage to make a new friend… There is something about being in a new...

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Signs your child is ready to start school

Knowing when your child is ready to head off to “big school” can be a tricky one, especially if your child’s birthday falls in the early half of the year. Age-wise your child may be ready to start school, but are they...

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Is your child’s speech delayed? 4 ways music can help

If your child has a speech delay, they may have trouble finding the right words to use or putting those thoughts into words in the first place. Music can help, whether you’re trying to bridge that gap or just want to make sure your child’s language skills are as well-developed as possible. Here are some of the ways music can help children with speech delays, and how you can use it to improve their speech....

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How to stop your child from whingeing

You’ve already said no to chocolate for breakfast and then to letting him go swimming at the beach on a freezing winter’s morning, but now he’s demanding he watches Paw Patrol all day long. Every time you say no and try to put a firm boundary in place, cue the incessant whingeing — and it’s only 11am.  Yep, whingeing is the soundtrack to so many parents’ lives. And like most of the curve balls we...

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