Childhood Rashes – Learn About Different Types, Causes and Remedies

Pediatric rashes are one of the most common allergic conditions that disturb every parent. Rashes come from the environment. In any case, one needs to avoid these maladies so that one’s child remains healthy and happy. Some childhood rashes are harmless and disappear with time. Others are however, dangerous and need immediate medical treatment to avoid further difficulties. Some of the common rashes that every child suffers through are measles, chicken pox, meningitis, heat allergy, scarlet fever and eczema. Common Rashes in Children – Which is what! Parents need to identify the symptoms of recurrent pediatric rashes at early stages and for that, they must have a clear idea about these infections. Have a look at the most occurring [...]

A toddler’s physical development – is a balanced diet necessary?

Physical development - why do you think a balanced diet is necessary for children as young as 1 to 2 years? That’s because their body is undergoing rapid physical development and hence, needs each nutrient in an equalized proportion. Moreover, training children to eat healthy with occasional breaks in junk food is imperative for leading a healthy life! You might wonder – is it really necessary to maintain a balanced diet for kids at such young age? Well, yes. It is rather compulsory because the toddler has just learned to walk, is highly active all day long and is growing in centimeters every week. A complete nutritious meal is, therefore, vital to complement their rapid physical development. Also, approximately [...]

2018-01-19T11:12:54+00:00Categories: Toddler|Tags: |

5 factors influencing a child’s social development in early childhood!

Various factors like family, friends, school, extracurricular activities, cultural and religious communities have an impact on a child’s social development. To ensure that a kid acquires appropriate social skills and behaviors, a parent must take care of these different factors. Growing up in negative surroundings will have adverse effects on his/her behavior and personality. A child’s social development in early childhood Early childhood is the age between 2 and 7 years. It is the most crucial stage for forming various social and emotional bonds. To ensure a positive social development, it is imperative for parents or caregivers to maintain a healthy physical, social and emotional surrounding for the child. Otherwise, a child is likely to acquire a negative perspective [...]

10 diy activities to develop fine motor skills of young kids!

Fine motor skills are essential in the development of toddlers. As they grow up, these skills will improve their muscle coordination in body. There are some fun and easy DIY activities which will improve the skills in toddlers effectively. Fine motor skills, the beginning of your kid’s development. From a young age, it is important that toddlers train their small muscles to coordinate. This is also known as dexterity, which continues to develop intelligence at every stage of their growth. It indicates the importance of developing fine motor in young kids or toddlers. What do these motor skills involve? Fine motor involves coordination of small muscles like fingers, wrist, hand, toes, feet, eye level, etc. These may sound very [...]

2018-01-19T11:20:30+00:00Categories: Toddler|Tags: |

Know more about your child’s gross motor skills development?

Developing strong muscles is very important for toddlers or kids. It helps to improve their body structure, strength and personality traits too. This is why; parents must encourage their little ones in doing different activities that will enhance their gross motor skills from an early age. As a parent, there’s an unsaid yet universal responsibility to develop your child with stronger structural and functional growth. This growth can only happen when the fine skills of muscle are working in accordance. Gross motor skills are one such important thing that helps children develop stronger and better muscle coordination between hands, legs, fingers, arms, etc. It involves the large muscles and strengthens the body by increasing stability, head to toe control [...]

2018-01-19T11:22:19+00:00Categories: Toddler|Tags: |

5 Q&A’s to understand a child’s emotional development

Emotional development in children has major significance in shaping their personality and approach in society. It is for parents to know and understand the crucial questions for helping children in developing their specific skills of emotional growth. It can sound a little vague and irrational as many parents still believe that their child is ‘too young’ for any emotional growth. If you are thinking the same, let’s break the ice and clear the cloud of thought – emotional growth and progress start in a child as soon as they start recognizing people and understand things around them. This can start from as early as 2 years of age. To understand thoroughly, there are certain things that you must have [...]

2018-01-19T11:25:16+00:00Categories: Toddler|Tags: |

Your child’s cognitive development

Even though apparently difficult to trace, a toddler develops his mental abilities rapidly after the first year. Apart from nourishment, they are ways and activities that can enhance an infant’s cognitive development. It is by catering to his/her various special needs through each stage, you can you boost his mental development. Boosting a toddler’s cognitive development through easy plays and tricks! Physical development is easy to spot in infants and toddlers, but tracing his/her cognitive development requires closer attention. As important it is to feed the baby properly for a healthy bodily growth, it is equally essential to pay careful attention to the toddlers mental growth. Food, of course, has a huge role to play in it, for without [...]

2018-01-19T11:27:45+00:00Categories: Toddler|Tags: |

The first 24 months of your toddler’s effective language development

The first 24 months are highly sensitive for an active language development of your toddler. How a parent nurtures his or her child during the period defines how the vocals of the kid shape up with every passing week. “Babies are gifts or blessings from the above; A treasurable cute angel to value and to love!” Children are God’s most innocent and priceless creations. That curious pair of eyes, fluffy cheeks, and an amused look is all that any parent wishes to see. So, when your cute little toddler utters her first words, a few heart melting drops are sure to roll down your smiling cheeks. Any parent will now start teaching the toddler small syllables to ensure their [...]

2018-01-19T11:37:30+00:00Categories: Toddler|Tags: |

Toddlers can now learn several languages just by hearing them | Researchers speak

Presently, toddlers are on the go with their excellent skills of advancement. This is all the more possible if children have access and exposure to several other languages. As per Rebecca Treiman, a researcher from Washington University St. Louis, Missouri, the United States, - “Children can learn and understand the statistics of learning and talk with sounds of language. It gives them an idea regarding which alphabets come after one another more often and which alphabets don’t pair so often. Later it helps them to speak clearly and more fluently.” The reason has been well established why children or baby brain can register different languages faster. According to researchers, the baby brain can recognize the difference between all 800 [...]

2018-01-19T11:39:15+00:00Categories: News, Toddler|Tags: , , |

28 months old

At 28 months old, your toddler is an inquisitive bundle of energy, always on the go... Their little minds are developing so quickly, and soaking up everything they see and hear. Temper tantrums may be the norm now as well as they are beginning to test their boundaries. It is important that you remain patient and set a strict set of rules for your child. This article will discuss how your child is developing at 28 months old. Toddler development at 28 months old Language development By the time your child is 28 months old they are learning to speak in longer sentences and can express what they are feeling as well as tell you what they are doing.  Their [...]