The findings also revealed children’s favorite stories and surprisingly, the popular Harry Potter books trailed behind in eighth place, with classic tales such as Goldilocks and the Three Bears and Winnie the Pooh beating JK Rowling’s magical Potter series to the top spot. Children’s top 10 favorite stories: 1. Goldilocks and the … Read more
Bedtime stories are a great way to bond with your children and send them off to sleep with a head full of images and adventures. But according to research by Leapfrog, only 24% of parents read to their children just once a week, or in some cases, even less than that. On average only 16 … Read more
When you think about anger management for children, you probably visualise toddler tantrums, time outs and the naughty step. Unfortunately, anger issues aren’t restricted to the terrible twos – children of any age can experience difficulties controlling their frustration and anger, and it’s essential then as a parent that we’re equipped … Read more
Television ads for junk food often tend to make children hunger for those treats, especially if they watch a lot of television, according to a study. The findings, published in Americal journal Pediatrics, come amid growing calls to ban junk food advertisements aimed at children in order to combat obesity. … Read more
Kids Hair Accessories Ideas While selecting baby hair accessories, opt for only those that fit easily on her hair and are not too tight. Also look for options that do not keep slipping off all the while. Try to go for reputed brands that use soft and safe products. Here … Read more
There are several ways to make children genius or shortcut. Indeed, to make the child a genius or a shortcut that many people suffer this, because it can make parents can be proud of and also make a bright future could be six, because the child has a very clever … Read more
Cooking for a toddler is different from cooking for adults especially if you are dealing with a picky eater. When my baby started eating solid foods, I got tons of suggestions from experienced parents. One of the suggestion was to make your toddler eat what you eat. But it was … Read more
How can you raise a smart kid? Buy the kid books. You don’t, however, have to read them.
That’s the conclusion I drew after reading the results of a new study in the journal Research in Social Stratification and Mobility. The researchers argued that there is a strong correlation between the number of books a family owns and a child’s academic track record.
The researchers went to a lot of effort to document this finding. Over a 20-year period, the study looked at more than 70,000 people in 27 countries.