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Early Childhood Development

The Impacts of Sports upon Children’s Lives and Parenting

By Luiz Felipe Moraes on 30th Jun 2017

Although misrepresented by unhealthy competitiveness and big money schemes, sports still play a major role in teaching lessons both for…

Early Childhood Development

Swimming for Babies: Not Only Allowed, but Also Recommended

By Luiz Felipe Moraes on 28th Jun 2017

Many parents are often not aware of how good it is for a baby to swim, and it’s time to…

Early Childhood Development

Dealing with the Stress of Finding Joy

By Ananya Singh on 21st Jun 2017

“All I wish is that joy were a fruit that grew on the get-at-able branches of some perennial, evergreen tree…

Early Childhood Development

Engaging Fathers in Parenting Interventions in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

By Joshua Jeong on 18th Jun 2017

About the author: The Novak Djokovic Foundation and the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University have awarded four…

Early Childhood Development

Want to Be a Great Parent? Let Your Children Be Bored

By Luiz Felipe Moraes on 8th Jun 2017

If we keep amusing our children whenever they get bored, we may be depriving them of important skills beneficial to…

Early Childhood Development

5 Steps to Ditching the Dummy

By Anne Steinhoff on 9th May 2017

Many children get attached to their dummies. Depriving them of this special comforter can be hard work. Here are a…

Early Childhood Development

What is #SportIn1Word for you?

By NDFAdmin on 7th May 2017

Although we all know what Sport is, it plays very different roles in our day to day lives. What is…

Early Childhood Development

A Global Gathering: Investing in the Early Years

By Alberto Lidji on 5th May 2017

The world is beginning to take note that investing in early childhood development (ECD) and education (ECE) matters. High-power meetings…

Early Childhood Development

Early Childhood Development: Let’s Have Some “Art Talk”

By Ananya Singh on 25th Apr 2017

Visual and verbal literacy are developed through active experiences with the visual arts, including questioning and dialogue, what it often…

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