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.
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.
It seems like every generation is summed up by an idea, and this generation is no different. The newest generation has been deemed, “Generation C”, or “The Connected Generation”. With the emergence of tablets and touch screens, our children are learning about technology in a completely new way.
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.
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.
Kids these days. They all seem to be nose deep in some iSomething. Check out the infographic below presented by Early Childhood Education Degrees to learn about how media and technology affects children.
Educating our children early can help to increase their development in the future. More and more research has proven that the earlier a child starts learning the better. This infographic from SchoolTutoring.com also shows the importance of a parent staying at home to facilitate the early childhood education.
Preschool has become the preference of American parents, with more than half enrolling their young children into these educationally focused programs for their many developmental, behavioral, and social benefits. Preschool is continually proven to give children every advantage by offering a developmentally appropriate curriculum, character education, health and fitness exercises, and technology education. By nurturing and improving these skills in young children, they are better prepared for success throughout school and life.
These days, children are getting their hands on mobile devices at a younger age every day. According to a new study, kids are ditching their nondigital toys by age three and turning their attention to smartphones and tablets. In fact, data shows that five-year-olds are using computers on a routine basis, and grade schoolers are getting mobile phones earlier each year, as well as joining multiple social networks. So, when is the right age to introduce children to technology?
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and this infographic from Parenting Safe Children shows parents how to keep children safe from sexual abuse. It debunks common myths, suggests body-safety rules, and provides you specific questions for screening caregivers.
Did you know the likelihood of a severe head injury is higher on a traditional trampoline than in a car crash? Each year over 105,000 kids are sent to hospital because of traditional trampolines – and that’s just in the USA. Learn more about the risk of head injuries caused by traditional trampolines and why Springfree Trampolines are a safe alternative.
In the following infographic by Well Rounded Baby, discover the reasons you should consider cloth diapers as an option for your child and your family.
Letting your kids play sports isn’t just a matter of dropping them off at the field. It’s important to consider safety issues; the potential for injury is not a matter to overlook. In this infographic from Total Injury, you will learn about the types of injuries that children suffer from in youth sports.
In the following infographic, designed by Beckon Media Inc. in partnership with California Cryobank , take a trip back to 1960 to see how much it cost to raise a child 5 decades ago. Compare it to the cost of raising a child in 2011, and you may just be surprised at what you find.