Tag: child development

  • Your Child’s Seven Senses in Learning
    Your Child’s Seven Senses in Learning

    Contrary to what we know, we have seven senses — not five. Find out what the other senses are and how they affect our children’s day-to-day activities. By Chiman Estephan and Camila Gutiérrez Did you know that your child has seven senses?  Most people think that children only have five senses — touch, sight, sound, […]

  • Developing Children’s Senses through the Pleasure of Sounds  音とのお付き合い ~気持ちよさを知ることから始まる情操と自主性
    Developing Children’s Senses through the Pleasure of Sounds 音とのお付き合い ~気持ちよさを知ることから始まる情操と自主性

      How can we foster our children’s sensibility and leverage their potential? Here’s the answer from a kindergarten staff member and kids choir leader. By Miho Tsuda / Translated by Hanae Matsumura [日本語記事へ] As a child, I would often bang on the washbowl in the bathroom. Although I knew it wasn’t good manners, I would […]

  • Teaching Children to Express Themselves through Art
    Teaching Children to Express Themselves through Art

    What happens when we combine being mindful with art? Artist, and mindful healing practitioner, Aarti Saikia shares the benefits of children expressing themselves through creativity while being in tune with their thoughts and feelings.  By Aarti Saikia Art connects us in a profound way. By working through open, imaginative ideas and promoting creativity and free […]

  • The Importance of Early Intervention
    The Importance of Early Intervention

      Although all children reach developmental milestones at slightly different ages, there are general trends that are common in early development that should be monitored. Here are some useful tips about when and how to seek Early Intervention services. By Dr. Plern Pratoommas What is Early Intervention? Early Intervention is a term that describes a range […]

  • Forming Bonds of Friendship in Kids
    Forming Bonds of Friendship in Kids

    There is so much more to making friends than just playing nicely. In this article, Jana imparts key lessons on what we parents can do to encourage our kids to establish friendships. By Jana Carlson Even as an adult it is difficult to navigate the delicate intricacies of socialisation, relationships, and friendship. There are gentle […]

  • Sleep When the Baby Sleeps…The Fairytale of Life Balance for New Parents
    Sleep When the Baby Sleeps…The Fairytale of Life Balance for New Parents

    Midwife Emma explores the myth of achieving balance for new parents and concludes that life with a newborn can be fantastic, magical, horrific, mind-numbingly boring, and spectacularly exhausting all in one day; and that’s ok. We are all just winging it on the good ship parenting so give yourself a break and hang on for […]