VSP Direct recently surveyed about 500 parents to find out what types of mischief their kids get into. See how one mini gamer spent their parent’s money, typical food aversion schemes. and other parenting fails.
Watching your little one grow throughout the pregnancy is a fun way to pass the nine long months. You may think that there is no other way to track the baby’s growth other than ultrasound scans. MomJunction has compiled this infographic to give you a fair idea of your growing baby week by week with easily recognizable fruits.
Your child tends to whine for various reasons. Instead of asking your child to stop whining every time, you can try out different ways to deal with the whining in children. Let’s find out in this infographic from Mom Junction.
Children bring with them a whole set of complications you need to consider when trying to create the perfect child friendly room, and these problems start at the floor. Remember this is a space you will be spending much of your child’s early years standing, sitting and lying on. It’s particularly important when you consider how vital tummy time is to a babies development and how much of their early years will be spent learning and playing on the floor you choose.
Play is a fundamental ingredient in a happy, healthy lifestyle for kids. Play cultivates social skills, builds confidence, broadens cognitive abilities, sparks learning, and nourishes emotional health. In addition to the mental benefits, playtime and sports work wonders for a child’s physical fitness and motor skills. As your kids are embarking on the ever-evolving adventure of play, they will need fuel to keep to stay active and learning.
If you’re a parent, then you know it’s a constant challenge to balance keeping the kids both healthy and entertained at the same time. That’s why Giraffe Childcare has come up with a clever, informative and adorable infographic, titled The A-Z of Getting Fit with Your Children. From Football to Yoga, Playgrounds to Retro Dancing, the infographic shows that it’s fun and easy to maintain a healthy, active lifestyle which includes your kids.
When a loved one dies, it can be difficult to know how to help children cope with the loss, particularly as you work through your own grief. This infographic aims to guide parents and family on how to help a child understand and process their feelings in the event of a loss including helpful tips on introducing the concept of death to a child and even highlighting ‘what not to say’.
Getting your baby to sleep through the night is one of the biggest challenges parents face. Sleepless nights can have an effect on everyone. This infographic will hopefully help everyone get a little more sleep.
This infographic summarizes the essence of the wonderful book “Peaceful Parent, Happy Siblings” by Dr. Laura Markham into a quick and easy-read visual guide. It includes a decision making flowchart of when and how parents should respond to fights between kids, tips for teaching emotional intelligence, 11 steps for problem solving success and more.