Experiencing manageable amounts of stress during early childhood (in the presence of supportive adults) is still necessary for kids to develop a healthy stress response system. However, it’s an entirely different case.
Around 2 or 3 years of age, most kids will be ready for toilet training. However, this should happen naturally. After all, kids need to go at their own pace. That’s why.
Our daily diet affects us more than we realise. Truly, what we eat has effects not just on our physical health and abilities, but also on our cognitive capacities, psychology and overall.
As parents and adults, we don’t remember much how we were prepared for schooling. And right now, there are still times when we still feel clueless about how can we best care.
Up to 90% of children’s brain development occurs in the first five years of their life. In addition, over 1 million new neural connections are being formed every second during the kids’.
Around 1 in 5 children are developmentally vulnerable in one or more domain, according to a recent finding by the Australian Early Development Census (AEDC). In other words, many kids today might.