Child Protection Week kicked off on 30 May and will run until 6 June under the theme ‘Let us Protect Children during COVID-19 and Beyond’.
The newest fidget craze is popping toys. Adults and kids all over the world have been buying up this endlessly reusable version of a longtime favourite fidget activity: Popping bubble wrap.
Coding and robotics might become a more integral part of classrooms across the country.
Facebook is reportedly planning a version of Instagram for children under the age of 13.
Keschrie Booysen shone brightest in the 2020 ‘Story Stars’ competition for grade 4s. Here’s how pupils can enter this year’s competition.
The Department of Basic Education is proposing that no pupil be denied entry due to a school’s language policy, among other recommendations.
Worried your kids aren’t getting enough stimulation at home? Here are some Cape Town spots to check out with them before the schools reopen.
The American plus-size model has put together a YouTube video listing what she has learnt in the 12 months since her son was born.
Here’s how to avoid some of the stressors that can amplify symptoms.
A new education model is taking a fresh approach to preparing youngsters for the future.
Nature’s Pharmacy: Qualified homeopath Hanli Rautenbach gives advice on helping children cope with separation fears.
The World Health Organisation has released a public statement on the guidelines regarding the wearing of masks for children in relation to the age groups as well as co-morbidities of children in the context of COVID-19.
Aussies find that many ‘disengaged’ kids have suddenly ‘reengaged’ during distance learning. World Economic Forum agrees.
Having your kids at home 24/7 can be a tricky business. But don’t despair! Here are some cost-effective ways to keep your kids entertained during the lockdown.
The greatest legacy you can leave for your child are beautiful memories created through storytelling.
The changes to education will be many, with technology being chief among them. But, above all, build resilience into the system.
At home with your young child during lockdown? Rough-and-tumble play and letting them take the lead will provide vital lessons.
We are living in the age of technology. Information is at our fingertips, but so is the danger that comes with it. Can we still keep our children safe in this technological era?
Reading aloud to your baby bump can begin a vital love for language and reading.
“Not to brag but what a time to be childless.” Every time I read this on social media, I am taken back to the day I found out I was pregnant.
Parents have always helped with homework and other responsibilities, but the lockdown has created new challenges.
As children get older, the question arises of when you should talk to them about the birds and the bees.
If you find yourself constantly staring at the fridge this lockdown, try these healthy hacks for ideal time-saver snack recipes.