Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Coronavirus and the Classroom: What a Teacher Can Do

Worried about the potential spread of coronavirus and COVID-19 among staff and students at your school? A veteran teacher shares some tips for promoting good hygiene in your classroom during this uncertain time - and they're also applicable for cold and flu season, too.

Thursday, February 27, 2020

Toddlers at risk of tech addiction as parents rely on gadgets to entertain kids

Parents are resorting to tablets and smartphones to keep their toddlers entertained in the car, before bed, and even at the dinner table.
 Toddlers who spend up to three hours a day staring at smartphones, tablets and TVs could be at risk of developing screen dependency disorders later in childhood, it has been claimed.

Monday, January 13, 2020

The More You Hug Your Kids The Smarter They Become

 “Hugs Matter! One hug from the right person takes all your stress away.”
We all love hugs, especially our children, and new research has shown yet another benefit to sharing a warm hug with those you love. The loving affection a baby receives through the touch of a hug triggers their developing brains to grow, and helps them become smarter.