‘Immunity debt’ – what you need to know and how it may be affecting your family this winter

Do you feel like you have been battling constant sickness in your family, recently? You may have heard the term ‘immunity debt’ popping up around the place, especially in regards to life now, post-lockdowns.  ‘Immunity debt’ occurs when people don’t… Continue Reading >

Baby Safety

Yes, this is a bit of a dry topic but, for once in your life, it’s probably time to take it seriously, as your child’s health and safety are obviously of paramount importance to you. I think a good way… Continue Reading >

Announcing: Kiddipedia’s Early Years Guide 2024 Edition

Did you know that up to 95% of a child’s brain has developed by the age of 5 years? The Early Years of life set the foundations for lifelong health and well-being. During the early stage of life, toddlers’ and… Continue Reading >

Nurturing Young Minds

As parents and educators, we are all familiar with the boundless curiosity and rapid growth that characterise the early years of our children’s lives. Ages two to five are a critical period for learning and development, as children’s brains undergo… Continue Reading >

How to be a great parent and raise a successful child

Recently, I had an interesting discussion with Dovi, a five-year-old boy, at the beach. Dovi told me he wants to build a sandcastle and needs a bucket for this purpose. He looked around, searching for a bucket, but none was… Continue Reading >

Dealing with Anxiety and Extreme Fussy Eating in Children

At dinner, my child refuses to come to the table. She has massive meltdowns if the food is not familiar to her! She will scream that the food is yuck, and that she is not eating it”. “At bedtime she… Continue Reading >

Parents’ Guide to Early Literacy Education

Media kindly brought to you by Learning Logic   Over the last two decades, there has been much debate and discussion about the best way to teach children to read. Recently updated curriculum documents, and a wealth of research, support… Continue Reading >

Let the Children Play

Parents constantly ask themselves what is best for their children. In the modern, competitive world, they want to see their children grow up and experience success and happiness. But how do we prepare our children for success? One answer is… Continue Reading >

Gestational diabetes

  What is gestational diabetes? Gestational diabetes is a form of diabetes that occurs during pregnancy and disappears that goes away after the baby is born. It is diagnosed when higher than normal blood sugar levels first appear during pregnancy…. Continue Reading >

7 Study Tips Your Child Can Use When They Get Older

Your child is getting older and will soon be expected to perform well in school. Excellent study habits are crucial for academic success. As a parent, you can help your child develop great study habits that will serve them well… Continue Reading >