Today we are not going to talk about toys or about what children feel when faced with the changes brought on by growing up. Today we want to talk to you. Better yet, we want you to talk to us and tell us what types of things you'd like to find here on our blog.
A Small Door would like you to share something that worries you, that topic you've always wanted to read about that is never brought up, a section of ideas for playing with children... anything that concerns you and that we can address on our blog.
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What do grandparents mean to our children? The majority probably smile and show gestures of affection.
In most cases, grandparents are a lifesaver for the parents and one of the greatest treasures for their grandchildren. No child should be without them.
For Club Imaginarium they are authentic superheroes. They care for our children, educate them, play with them, and are they only ones that are allowed the luxury of spoiling them.
This is one of the most common questions of any parent when they have a baby and it is time to go back to work. In many cases, this new situation has parents wondering if their baby is too little to be separated from mum and dad to go to day care or nursery school.
While it is true that experts don't entirely agree on the best age for children to begin nursery school, most seem to concur that it is best from 18 months, as children at that age have enough independence to not rely so much on their mothers.
Even so, others recommend not...
The kids are now in the last few days of summer before going back to class. The holidays are a period of freedom in which the daily routine is relaxed, they eat at irregular hours, enjoy ice creams and sweets and daily activities are all about playing.
Getting back into a routine after so much fun isn't easy. Here are five simple tips for making the new school routine easier for everyone:
1. Get them used to the new time schedule. In the last week of the holidays, begin to adapt to the new timetable. Put the kids to bed earlier and get them up earlier...