Early signs of Autism can be observed as early as the baby turns 6 months. For parents who are concerned if their baby is showing symptoms of Autism or even those who simply want to keep track of their baby’s development, here are some of the subtle signs to look out for:
The ‘first word’ is always one of the greatest milestones for both the child and the parents. It is highly anticipated by the parents because it is one of the first signs of their child’s speech development. Children develop speech at different pace. There are some who learn to talk as early as 12 to […]
As children start to learn how to write, it is inevitable that they will commit some writing errors. It is part and parcel of the learning process. However, parents should be also cautious at this stage of learning and to closely monitor your child’s progress. If these writing errors continue to occur for a long […]
Although it is tough to engage young children in books and reading, it is crucial to help them develop a love for reading.
Recent studies have consistently shown a relationship between the amount of screen time a child receives and their language development. A greater amount of screen time has shown to cause a decrease in words and sentences that toddlers and young children use, therefore resulting in delayed language development.
Owning a pet can be helpful to children who have special needs. Below are some reasons why:
Giving out criticisms is not as simple as it sounds especially when it comes to young children. No matter how you put it, constructive criticism is still criticism.
Parenting is never an easy thing to do and it is a lot more difficult for parents who have children with special needs. They encounter a lot more challenges every day that might test their patience and self-control as such, they feel more exhausted than typical parents.
Homework teaches children to be independent, to take initiative and responsibility for completing a task, and it helps children to develop a sense of self-discipline.
To help your child, especially for those who have learning difficulties, to de-stress from school and explore fields outside the academe, here are some activities that they may enjoy and at the same time can be beneficial for their growth: