Children often struggle to articulate their feelings verbally. Their vocabulary is still expanding and they might not have the words for the complex emotions they experience. Drawing offers a form of communication that transcends language limitations. It allows them to express their inner world, their dreams, their fears, and their joys in a way that is uniquely their own.Continue reading
Children need high-quality time with parents and caregivers. This quality time is what benefits children the most and can have a positive effect on them as they grow. It’s not about endless hours of time—it’s about how you choose to spend that time that truly matters. As parents and caregivers, we can make conscious choices to ensure the time spent with our children is high-quality. Here are nine tips for busy families.Continue reading
Quality family time is not about the number of hours we spend with our children. It's about the connection we make during those hours. It's about the laughter that fills the room as we play a board game together. It's about the warmth that floods our hearts as we share a meal together. It's about the peace that descends upon us as we sit together, reading a story or discussing their day at school.
One of the key components for the harmonious development of a child is the ability to recognise, name, and express emotions. Drawing and naming emotions provide a fun and entertaining way to do this, and they may also have a range of positive effects.Continue reading
Reading to my daughters has always been one of my favorite activities. I believe that developing the habit of reading together with your kids is an excellent way to bond with them.Continue reading