The rest we enjoy at night is just as important for adults as it is for children. For babies and children of all ages, good quality sleep influences a proper development, both from a physical and mental point of view. So, none of us should disregard the quality of sleep we enjoy night after night. First of all, we should all make sure we rest sufficiently. Adults should enjoy at least 7 to 8 hours of sleep per night, while children need a bigger number of hours. They need to sleep the most in their first months of life, their …Read More
Being a parent can both be fun and tedious when raising energetic kids, and sometimes it shocks you what they learn from interacting with other people. Some things they pick up can be potentially damaging, and some can actually hone them into better individuals. However, it’s up to you to filter what should stay and what should go. Teach them good habits, including green practices to help them love nature more and learn to save Mother Earth.
Contrary to the belief that kids are too young to understand how recycling works, it’s actually possible through small and effective practices. Kids …Read More
Learning disabilities, also known as learning differences or LD, are rooted in a person’s neurology. Although most LDs are diagnosed after a year or two of school, some signs indicate this type of wiring early on.
What Causes Learning Disabilities?
It’s important to know about what can contribute to having a learning difference. Although there’s no definitive cause behind why some kids have LDs and why others don’t, some factors that make it more likely.
Most learning differences run in families. For example, my dad, grandmother and youngest sister all have dyslexia, just like I do. This applies …Read More