Hanging out with adults is not necessarily a bad thing, but there are some ways to get your kid playing with their peers.
While most kids learn to read around grade one, the foundational skills are developed long before that. Here’s how parents can help.
Does your kid get overwhelmed by sights and sounds? Do seemingly small things, like sock seams or clothing tags, really bug them? You might have a highly sensitive child.
It’s never too early to instill a love of reading in your kids. Here’s our age-by-age guide to building good reading habits.
Some of the toughest phases kids go through result in developmental breakthroughs and new emotional regulation skills.