Kids & Teens

7 Must-Know Tips for Helping Your Child During Their First Week with Braces
By Simplibraces · 2 months ago
Whether your child’s first appointment is rapidly approaching or you just left their orthodontist’s office, you might be wondering how you can make the transition to life with braces smooth and painless. Well, there are ...
CHILD PROTECTION SYSTEMS AND CHILD BEGGING IN WA MUNICIPALITY OF THE UPPER WEST REGION OF GHANA
By Alhassan Abakpon Faali · 2 months ago
ABSTRACT The Child Protection System in Ghana has been decentralized to make all services responsive and accessible at the local level and closer everyone The existence of begging in Ghana and most especially Wa municipal ...
Raising Children with Emotional Needs
By Melanie Lane · 3 months ago
“I failed.” These two words were uttered by a loving, consistent, and amazing parent who felt everything he had done was not enough. He dumped every ounce of energy and strength into the most important ...
Why Do Autistic People Wear Headphones?
By Robin Akins · 5 months ago
Did you know that approximately 1 in 44 children has autism spectrum disorder? This number might surprise you, as many people are not aware of the fact that autism is this common. Autism comes with ...
Journey Through Grief: A Son's Tale of Loss, Denial, and Healing
By Olonade John · 5 months ago
“To those grappling with grief and the searing loss of a loved one, this I have written that you might find peace, comfort and warmth within these pages". “Mummy is dead, Brother John.” “No!” I ...
Am I neurodivergent?
By Robin Akins · 6 months ago
What if you didn't understand the most important thing about your own mind? Am I neurodivergent? In the late '90s, we started using terms like "neurodivergent" and "neurodiversity" to describe segments of the population. These ...
11 Tips for Helping Dyslexic Students Succeed in the Classroom
By Robin Akins · 6 months ago
11 Tips for Helping Dyslexic Students Succeed in the Classroom The life of a student is full of ups and downs. But for people with dyslexia, words on a page can seem to dance around, ...
Unlocking the Future: Why Kids Need to Code with 'Kids Coding'.
By Prosper Onwuka · 6 months ago
In the age of technology, where the digital landscape is continually evolving, coding has transcended its status as a niche skill. It has become a vital tool that empowers children to excel in a world ...
The Ultimate Guide to Choosing the Perfect Kids Bike
By Ann Liu · 9 months ago
As kids grow, they develop a natural desire for exploration and adventure. One of the most exciting ways for them to experience the world is by riding a bicycle. Cycling not only promotes physical activity ...
The Key to Establishing a Healthy Sleep Routine for Babies, Toddlers, and Children
By Alison Reid · 11 months ago
Establishing a healthy sleep routine is a common challenge for many parents, as babies, toddlers, and children often struggle with irregular sleep patterns. However, sleep training offers a structured approach to help parents guide their ...
Backpack Considerations for parents
By Adina Vasile · 1 year ago
If kids feel fine during the holidays, but start complaining of back, shoulder or neck pain once school starts again, an overloaded schoolbag could be to blame. Excess weight can contract muscles, causing pain and ...
4 Reasons Why You Should Purchase Computer Chess For Your Children
By Yaw Boakye-Yiadom · 1 year ago
Believe me computer chess can do wonders for your children! And what’s more computer chess is inexpensive. For those who don’t know yet what computer chess can do for your kids here are a few ...
17 useful musical Instruments for 5 years old that improve Toddlers' Creativity
By Tusar Ahmed · 1 year ago
Are you looking for a fun and educational way to introduce your child to the world of music? Our new musical instrument is specifically designed for 5 year olds, with colorful buttons, easy-to-press keys, and ...
Best blinds for schools
By Edward Wilkinson · 1 year ago
There’s no doubt that schools are a unique environment where the furniture must be durable. If a product isn’t built to last, it won’t withstand a continuous flow of children in a school. School kids ...
Pediatric Heart Murmurs
By Kevin Mccurry, Md · 1 year ago
It can be scary to hear your doctor say your child has a pediatric heart murmur. Thankfully, the vast majority of pediatric heart murmurs are innocent or benign. There are several types of heart murmur, ...
5 Common Myths About Ear Infections in Toddlers- Debunked!
By Kevin Mccurry, Md · 1 year ago
5 Common Myths About Ear Infections in Toddlers—Debunked! As a parent, it’s normal to worry about your child’s health—especially when they’re sick. And when your toddler has an ear infection, it can be difficult to ...
Teen with Epilepsy Gives Back Through Toys
By Anthony Cales · 1 year ago
Our daughter Alex seemed normal at birth up until she began to crawl. That is when we noticed she wasn’t using her right arm or hand. We later found out she had suffered a stroke ...
How to choose best baby stroller for travel system
By Rasel Hossain · 1 year ago
When it comes to traveling with a child - whether it is a big road trip or a few quick tasks in the city - luxury is everything. This is where the tourism system control ...
How to Make Oral Care Fun for the Whole Family
By Dr. Daniela Canales · 2 years ago
All too often, kids and adults alike fall into the same boring oral hygiene routine. Slowly brushing each tooth, carefully flossing, rinsing with water or some mouthwash… same old, same old. It’s no wonder that ...
The Journey to Ezido Lake: A Story about Empathy
By Anyoha · 2 years ago
"The Journey to Ezido Lake: A Story about Empathy" is now available in both paperback and Amazon Kindle. This new book follows two Nigerian children with two completely different social backgrounds and beautifully shows that ...