There is clear scientific evidence that children who are curious and explorative fare better at school, work and even relationships later in life. So how do you cultivate curiosity in your little one?
Now that you have the entire arsenal they demand, you can arm them with some safety tips as well. Here is how to keep them safe this holi. Out of sight and you’ll mind: Adult supervision is non-negotiable. Large containers of water and little children are a dangerous mix. So be present at all times. Be prepared: Keep a list of emergency contacts ready, including those of your paediatrician.
It is time to spring into action and continue on our #unplugged journey. Your little ones can do to discover the delights that spring bring to all of us. The days may be getting longer, but it just means there is more room for fun. Just enjoy all the sights and sounds of nature. It is a gift that keeps on giving. Happy spring time!
There's nothing like a perfect body. Everyone has a different one. Tall or short, long or thin. Just like our babies. Body images change with fashion and time. It is important to tell children that all bodies are fine as long as we strive for health and fitness. We suggest some ways you can teach your little ones to have a positive outlook on their bodies and life.
Now that the winter holidays are here, does your little muchkin have a case of the winter blues? Are they going crazy cooped up indoors in the cold? Take advantage of the shorter day to snuggle with your children, keep them away from all kinds of screens and try one of shumee’s favourite things to do.