Category: Parenting Infographics
Every parent likes to document their childrens’ lives through photos. And with all the different apps out there it’s pretty easy to take quality pictures. Check out this infographic to learn how you can take the best pictures possible.
We bet you heard some of these stories while growing up… After all, most parents in the world love to tell some little white lies. Cheapflights.co.uk takes a look at some of them in the following infographic.
Whilst many expectant parents may look forward to that 18th birthday, when the child embraces adulthood and flies the nest to fend for themselves, in reality, this could merely be a pipe dream. In today’s economy, many parents are faced with using their personal savings to support their offspring financially even when they enter adult life. Aldermore takes a look at the rarely acknowledged costs of adult children and why you need to be saving now.
Three million reports of child abuse are made annually. It’s a bigger problem than you might think. Check out the infographic below to learn more.
If you’re having trouble getting your children to help out around the house, you might want to consider a few simple steps to make their regular chores a little bit more fun. This infographic will help you show few crafty tricks to getting the kids involved in taking care of the household.
Getting a fussy kid to sleep is one of the toughest parts of a parent’s job! When the hour is late and the clock is ticking, what wouldn’t you try to get your child to snooze? This infographic provides 17 techniques that parents use to try to get their little ones to bed.
Parenting definitely isn’t easy, and sometimes we need some help. Books are a great source for new and old parents to learn how to best take care of their children. Check out the infographic to see 50 of the best books for parents.
Everyone parents differently, and some take it to the extreme. Tiger moms are a part of that category. Strict parenting is common in many Chinese immigrant families, but not all Asian-Americans practice it. Check out the infographic below presented by Master-in-Teaching.com to learn more about tigers moms and how they use extreme parenting.
We all know being a parent is a tough old job – juggling so many demands on time and priorities. Just working to pay the bills eats into the time we get with our children. Sadly parents are losing confidence at playing, the majority (76%) often feeling self conscious and inadequate. Nearly half of parents (49%) felt envious or inadequate in comparison to other parents. And 1/3 think parents in general have just forgotten how to play with their kids. Moms and dads are giving themselves a hard time over this.
Everyone knows that times are tough and it is becoming more expensive then ever for raising a family. Single parent households continue to rise due to financial instability, unplanned pregnancies, and divorces. Finding the right solutions to these issues is very challenging, but if we work together as a nation, they can be improved.
Parenting has been a frightening proposition since the beginning of time, but parents today are faced with challenges no generation has ever faced: raising children who have spent their entire lives immersed in the Internet and social media. Here Best Counseling Degrees takes a look at the threats and the safeguards that make a virtually impossible task manageable. The big bad Internet can be tamed, and your kids can be kept safe.
Do you love your dad? You really should, because whether you know it or not, the tender loving care you’ve had from dad has made you a better person! It’s no wonder we idolize our fathers when we’re kids. This infographic from CareTeen gives you some very hard hitting numbers on father involvement and how fathers help their children grow in a more positive way.
Deciding whether to go back to work after having a baby can be a difficult decision for mothers. Check out the infographic below presented by HumanResourcesMBA.net to learn about how women feel about going back to work after having a child.