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When talking about information processing in babies, a good deal of time is usually devoted to vision and how babies see. This is because during the first months of life, the mechanisms for processing visual information are developed and refined. Continue reading “What can babies see? Sight in the first few months” »

Kids see the world from a different perspective. Their curiosity combined with their vibrant nature makes them the little Einsteins for their impish world. Continue reading “How to Decorate Kids Room – Creative and Funky Room Design Ideas” »

The best way to create an important and meaningful memory is to experience some strong emotion. When a fact or an experience means something to us, surely the chance that it will stay with us in our memories, however many years pass, is much greater. This happens because we need to feel in order to learn. Continue reading “We need to feel in order to learn” »

From the moment a baby is born and as the months go by, we see how they begin to express themselves and communicate with others through their smile. In this article, we show you a series of lovely photographs in which babies and children appear smiling at different stages of their life. Continue reading “Smiling babies: the most beautiful pictures!” »

Nothing gives children a better head-start in life than fostering a love of books and reading. By creating a cozy, comfortable, and entertaining reading nook, you’ve given your kids every reason to fall in love with the world of books and reading. These fun and imaginative reading nooks are practically guaranteed to put little noses in books! Continue reading “Unique Ideas for Creative Reading Spaces for Kids” »

It is normal for small children to be afraid when it comes to sharing something. At the same time, it is also normal for them to feel that everything they want should be theirs, even if it belongs to someone else. Sometimes, small children may even behave violently to defend what is “theirs”. Nevertheless, it is necessary to teach children to share, showing them that by doing so they can gain even more. Continue reading “How to teach children to share?” »

The syllabic method was developed by the pedagogues. Both focused on finding a technique that would allow children to learn to read much more quickly and effectively. To achieve this, they developed a method that uses syllables and their combinations to facilitate the learning process. Continue reading “The syllabic method: How to integrate it into classroom?” »

After a premature birth, it’s natural for parents to feel overwhelmed. Fortunately, there are some things both moms and dads can do to feel a little more in control, and to help their baby get stronger — including practicing kangaroo care. We’ll walk you through what kangaroo care is, its benefits, and how a little (or a lot of) skin-to-skin contact each day can help your preemie grow and develop, and maybe even go home sooner. Continue reading “The benefits of kangaroo care for premature babies” »

Once you become a parent, bedtime turns to pure happiness – your little one becomes a sleeping cherub, the world goes still, and you all have much-needed rest. Or at least that’s what you dream of! The reality: During the first year, he will be in and out of nursery several times a night to feed and change his baby. And later on, coughs and colds, nightmares, and potty training will mean little kids wake up in the middle of the night. Continue reading “Unique Kids’ Night Lights That Make Bedtime Fun and Easy” »

The concept of psychomotricity in society, in many cases, is diffuse. Many people think that this ability of the child consists only in knowing how to move properly. However, the importance of psychomotricity in child development goes far beyond this. Continue reading “Psychomotricity in childhood: Observation and intervention” »