22.1.2020 10:30 am
Firstly, teachers’ most fundamental needs must be addressed.
At the start of each new year, there’s a global flurry of excitement and attention around education’s new directions. Technology has become a key part of the discussion. Increased pressure on educators to improve student performance, combined with increasingly disconnected and inattentive students means that schools and universities are desperate for solutions. So they look to technology for change.
Research suggests that with time and without pressure, most children will accept new foods.
A study found that asking young children aged three to four years to look at themselves in a mirror while asking them about a potential misdeed significantly increased their truth-telling.
Reading for pleasure helps kids in a number of ways.
Kids should be eating fruits and vegetables from all colours of the rainbow.
Isn’t it weird that some words don’t rhyme that look like they should, like wood and food?
‘PAW Patrol’ will make its South African debut in April 2020.
The Parenty team picks the must-watch kid- (and adult) friendly movies for the festive season.
‘A selfish postman and a reclusive toymaker form an unlikely friendship, delivering joy to a cold, dark town that desperately needs it.’
If (like us) you’re pulling a lastminute.com on Christmas 2019, you’re gonna wanna listen to this week’s episode. Stay chill, calm your farm and pour yourself a gluhwein, guys, because we are NOT losing sleep over gifts this year.
Parenting a child with special needs? Desirae Pillay gives some ideas on how to cope with the upcoming holiday season.
When faced with your anxious child, you can use the following phrases to help them identify, acknowledge and work through these overwhelming emotions.
Parenty’s resident OT, Anneke de Jager, gives us some ideas on what to do when school holidays roll around in a few weeks.
Reading recipes enhances vocabulary. Baking involves measurement, addition and subtraction. Slicing your personal pizza is a great way to explain fractions to your child.