If you are keen to try a natural way to treat and even prevent head lice and nits, there is a safe and effective treatment to help you ditch the itch.
When I was growing up there was a lot of talk about warm fuzzies and cold pricklies, the two representatives of any feelings we were having.
Unconditional love is hard to explain to adults, let alone children.
Rhyme, rhythm and repetition are popular features of children's books – and they are incredibly important for early childhood education.
Hidden veggies in a fruit bar?! Sounds like a great way to get veges in your kiddies doesn't it? Until you look a little harder...
As the use of cash is on the decline and cashless, contactless payments are on the rise, why are our kids still using toy coins and notes to practice math?
Summer break is a great time to get on your bike and enjoy some family time outside. Cycling is an excellent way to get active and have fun with your kids.
Babies have an amazing gift – they can master a language quickly. That’s why it is such a great time to introduce them to the bilingual board book series from Hachette NZ and illustrated by Donovan Bixley, with two books for tamariki with first words in both English and Te Reo.
The best way to describe Nina’s reaction to Sleepy Kiwi is - spellbound. Having shown no interest in fixing her stare on anything for longer than a second, she spends full minutes staring at each page and has done since 4 weeks old.
Nurture Box delivers expertly selected, high-quality toys chosen for the age of your child to aid their development.
Posture is especially important for growing kids, because their bodies are in the ‘growth’ phase.
Between two to five percent of children can be classified as gifted. These children often demonstrate the same traits, which can help you determine whether your child may be gifted.
If motor skills learned through physical activity are not learned at an early age can have long term effects on our children’s academic and professional performance throughout their life.
Here is a list of warning signs when selecting childcare.
There seems to be no end to the lists of things we need for our babies. However a growing number of parents in New Zealand have found using items collected from around their home, at the beach and in the bush is enough to keep their babies and toddlers engaged, finding that using this equipment has created focused, curious and confident children. This type of play is called Heuristic play...