How Toys can help children develop empathy

Are you curious about how children can learn empathy through play? Toys, especially Interactive Pets, can help kids develop social and emotional abilities. Let’s take a look at how that’s possible.

From Learning to Understanding a Language: The Difference of Doing

It is no secret that children are more interested in learning by doing, creating and playing. Fun physical activities allow children to explore the world around them, discover different perspectives, express themselves, share reactions and observations. We are taught to… Continue Reading >

How Do Children Benefit from Playing with Toy Cars and Trucks?

Do you know why it’s so crucial for kids to play with toy trucks? Playing with toy trucks enhances social skills, motor abilities, mental capacities, and creative potential.

How to Play with Your Newborn Baby

Parents often ask me how they can ‘play’ with their newborn baby. Newborn babies do spend a lot of their time feeding and sleeping but it is important to spend some time playing with them as all babies learn through… Continue Reading >

Setting Up A Play Shop At Home

Pretend play is a really important way for children to learn about themselves and the world. They learn to make sense of what they’re observing, they learn to solve problems, they develop their communication, negotiation and thinking strategies and they… Continue Reading >

The Importance of Dads

Dads are often left out of the pregnancy care and early parenting because they don’t carry the baby and because they often have to go back to work in the early weeks after the birth.  But Dads are so very… Continue Reading >

How to get your kids to understand health and fitness from a young age

By Sam Wood The big thing to remember here is that what is health and fitness to us doesn’t need to be called health and fitness to them. Exercise should be called playing and fun and healthy eating should be… Continue Reading >

Benefits of Outdoor Play

Media kindly brought to you by Gazillion Bubble Rush   Oh, to be a child again. To see the world through the eyes of excitement, surprise and wonder with innocence, curiosity and awe. The formative years of a child’s life… Continue Reading >

Sticks and stones may break your bones, but gee they’re fun to play with!

The sight of a child playing with sticks and stones is usually enough to elicit some kind of freak-out response from most parents and with good reason; sticks and stones can be dangerous right? But really, that can be said… Continue Reading >

We welcome to the Kiddi-Community, Amie from Soundsations!

As a parent, you are your child’ first and longest-serving teacher.  Family creates the environments and experiences in which learning happens, which makes parents a child’s first and best teacher throughout their life. Did you know that 90-95% of brain… Continue Reading >