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Babies and Crawling
Babies and Crawling
Many new parents have questions about babies and crawling. This article offers basic answers to frequently asked questions about babies and crawling....
Babies Awareness of Colours
Babies Awareness of Colours
Babies are born able to view colour. This article offers parents basic information on their babies’ awareness of and ability to distinguish colour....
Brain Development in Young Children
Brain Development in Young Children
Many parents remain unaware of their potential to encourage their children’s brain development. This article offers basic information on brain development in young…...
Encourage Your Child's Physical Development
Encourage Your Child's Physical Development
Encouraging your child’s physical development is relatively easy. This article offers parents basic information on providing proper nutrition and offering appropriate…...
Handedness in Children
Handedness in Children
A look at handedness in children, including the theories about why children prefer one hand over the other, the age progression of handedness, and a recommendation for…...
Spatial Awareness in Young Children
Spatial Awareness in Young Children
Spatial awareness allows children to understand their location and the location of objects in relation to their own bodies. This article offers parents basic…...
Toilet Training and Children
Toilet Training and Children
Toilet training is a process that will occur uniquely for each child. This article offers basic information on the physical and mental developments that must occur for…...
What do Babies Hear?
What do Babies Hear?
Babies are born with relatively strong auditory systems. This article offers parents basic information on what their babies can hear, and what to do if they suspect…...
What do Babies See?
What do Babies See?
Babies’ sight at birth is weak as compared other senses. This article offers parents basic information on the development of a child’s visual system in the first year…...
When Should You Worry About Your Child's Development?
When Should You Worry About Your Child's Development?
Help and advice for parents about when you should, and shouldn't worry about your child's development....
Your Child's First Steps
Your Child's First Steps
Children tend to walk between seven and sixteen months of age. This article offers parents basic information on pre-walking behaviours, walking styles and safety…...
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