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We are turning ONE and we are celebrating our First Anniversary Carnival! An ENTIRE DAY OF UNLIMITED FREE PLAY, PARTY, GAMES, CREATIVE WORKSHOPS, SURPRISE COMPETITIONS & PRIZES, as well as PARENT – CHILD BONDING activities!
Taking in too many calories, especially when paired with a sedentary lifestyle, can seriously affect your child’s health -- both now and in the future.
The American Heart Association recommends that children participate in at least 60 minutes of enjoyable, physical activity every day to improve cardiovascular fitness, physical wellness and emotional development.
A super active, super fun Summer Camp to boost your kid's physical fitness, mental agility, endurance skills, attention span levels, and keep them engrossed in meaningful, constructive activities.
Although some may regard arts & crafts as a luxury that only rich can afford, stats show that creative activities are some of the essential building blocks of child development.
When young kids have weak gross motor skills, it can get in the way of having fun. Running, jumping and throwing all require using large muscles. Help build gross motor skills with these eight activities.
Without demarcating a strict definition of play, but there are some key properties of play that all children exhibit. These properties need to be examined.
Helping your children eat more fruits and vegetables every day is the first step towards creating calorie conscious healthy kids who watch what they eat and enjoy it too!
Students need to have fun with learning to stay motivated. To keep students happy while making the most of precious instruction time, let students play games that are quick to set up, like toothpick puzzles.
Growing your own vegetables might not be for everyone due to space and time limitations, but home-grown organic produce is more delicious any day!
Can Brain Training Have A Meaningful, Long-Term Impact On Early Learning, Physical Development & Cognitive Performance?
Can we design our way out of the obesity crisis? Can we recreate our lives so that our children grow up physically fit? Is an Indoor Child's PLAY facility the answer?
This Spring, get your Cub involved in meaningful, engaging Activities that boost their gross motor skills, cognitive development & let them learn through PLAY!
Play is crucial to the development of children's gross and fine motor skills. Through play, children practice and perfect control and coordination of large body movements, as well as small movements of hands and fingers.
When the time comes for your tiny tyke to pair up with pals, he might not be a social butterfly off the bat. Find five ways to help your munchkin mingle with this go-to guide.
Your support and sensitive approach to children’s relationships can foster budding friendships in the classroom. This contributes to their early development in their toddler years and further on.
Play is essential to development because it contributes to the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being of children and youth. Play also offers an ideal opportunity for parents to engage fully with their children.
Some of the best toys for kids have been around for a long time. Blocks, balls, and books are simple, durable, and fun and can help children build skills.
Do you ever think why family time is important? Do you remain so busy that you don’t have time to spend with your family? It's time you changed all that.
Play underpins the learning and all aspects of child development. Children develop language skills, their emotions and creativity, social and intellectual skills.
Giving the gift of giving: Why a child should be taught the art of generous giving & philanthropy. It might just be the key to helping your children be happier, smarter and more successful.
These days, a lot of parents are so overwhelmed with the daily grind that they don't have the energy to think of creative ways to bond with their children.