Outdoor learning is nothing new. Children have been learning outdoors, using their developing bodies and minds to make sense of the world around them, for thousands of years.
Is our obsession with safety and providing sanitised spaces for children actually hindering their development? Let them fail, fall and feel their own way through and we might reverse a worrying trend, writes Rachael Sharman.
If the schedules and screens are making you feel like you’re losing track of or losing touch with your child, it’s time to simplify. The benefits of simplifying your child’s world are many. And it can make your life more fulfilling, too. Children flourish when they have the time and
Just in time for the holidays, the American Association of Pediatricians (AAP) has released an updated report about the best toys for childhood development – and there’s nary a screen or battery to be seen in their recommendations.