Tag: child development

  • Family Runs: Healthier and happier for the long run
    Family Runs: Healthier and happier for the long run

    Vana and her family love running and combine this with participating in charity runs to support different causes in the community.  She tells us that we don’t need to be super athletic to start running as a family but following the advice below will make it more pleasant for everyone.   By Vanasobhin Kasemsri   […]

  • Nurturing Natural Connections
    Nurturing Natural Connections

    A father and Early Years Leader explains the importance of having meaningful connections with nature and how it leads to a healthy urban life for our children.   By Nicholas Garvin   In this age of hyper-connectivity and instant access to information, we’re more connected than ever before. But as we continue to embrace the […]

  • Introducing Sex Education To Your Child By Age 性教育はなぜ必要?幸せな大人へと導くためのステップ
    Introducing Sex Education To Your Child By Age 性教育はなぜ必要?幸せな大人へと導くためのステップ

    Sex education: we know it’s important but are not always comfortable with it. Let’s think about why sex education is necessary.   By Noriko Andersen / Translated by Fumi Yasui[日本語記事へ]   As a “sex-education navigator,” I meet many parents who are worried about sex education for their children. “My kid asked me how babies are […]

  • Bottles, Bottles, Bottles – A Handy Guide to Introducing a Bottle to a Breastfed Baby
    Bottles, Bottles, Bottles – A Handy Guide to Introducing a Bottle to a Breastfed Baby

    In the first of a two-part series, Lactation Counsellor and BAMBI Bumps team member Lia Segall Pasternak explains all things bottles. This month Lia discusses introducing a bottle to an exclusively breastfed baby. Next month, Lia will give you information for exclusively bottle-fed babies and explain the safe preparation of formula.   By Lia Segall […]

  • Raising Resilient Children
    Raising Resilient Children

    An Early Years teacher explains how the development of resilience in children will help them to face challenges right into adulthood. By Kaitlin Swala   What is Resilience?  Whether you are three years old or 30 years old, all humans possess the ability to be resilient. However, the best time to learn resilience starts in […]

  • Excelling in Languages
    Excelling in Languages

    Educator Fiona Walker explains the ways you can encourage children to develop language skills.  While this article focuses on English, the principles are the same, whether it’s English, Thai, or any other language.   By Fiona Walker   The limits of my language are the limits of my world.  ‒Ludwig Wittgenstein We want our children […]