Building resilience in children
Your child’s coping skills can be directly linked to how they react to difficult situations. It’s why building resilience in children is so important.
3 types of play and how they help your child’s development
While commonly associated with early childhood, adults can also benefit from these different types of play.
🎥 Bedwetting causes & solutions
Paediatrician Dr Phyllis Bogopa busts a number of bedwetting myths as well as causes and solutions.
Why is my child always sick with a cold?
Are you at home again looking after a sick child? Here are ways to boost your child’s immunity and how to comfort a sick child.
Is this what second children are like?
Ever wondered why your second child behaves the way they do? Science has an answer.
🎥 Simple ways to spend one-on-one time with kids
Spending one-on-one time with your children is essential to all areas of their development, regardless of whether they are a newborn, toddler or teenager.
Does your child need multivitamins?
Vitamins are “vital” for our bodies to work effectively. So you would think your child needs multivitamins for good health right? Wrong.
Pocket money for kids: How to do it right
Giving kids pocket money isn’t simply about how much or how often. It’s also about teaching kids financial literacy, work ethics and life skills.
Business ideas for kids: Building your child’s entrepreneurial skills
Sixty-five per cent of children entering primary school in 2021 will end up working in a job that currently does not exist, and something is missing in their education.
Smacking children: The only time you should do it
Physical punishments to correct our children’s behaviour can sometimes be seen as child abuse. You’d be surprised why there’s still a case for smacking.
Questions to ask kids that will get them talking about their day at school
We ask members of our Mums At The Table group to share their tips on questions to ask kids so they’ll open up about their day at school.
The 4 things my parents did wrong when raising me
As far as I am concerned, the example of my own parents led me to conclude that there are four things parents do wrong when raising, caring for and educating children.