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Caring For Your Child Newsletter #25 - 28 October 2014

Caring For Your Child Newsletter #25 - 28 October 2014

28 October 2014 - 10 steps to a healthy pregnancy - Infants respond to social cues from the whites of eyes - 9 strategies to blend blended families - Introverted preschoolers - What to do when your child threatens to run away - Help your child study for tests Infants respond to social cues for the whites of eyes A new study has been released that suggests that babies take social cues for the whites of our eyes. Read more here.  10 steps to a healthy pregnancy These are 10 easy steps that you can follow[...]

Caring For Your Child Newsletter #24 - 14 October 2014

Caring For Your Child Newsletter #24 - 14 October 2014

14 October 2014 - Preparing your child for a new sibling - Eight ways to help improve your child's vocabulary - Learning to say "I'm sorry" - Parent's guide to teen depression - Basic dietary needs to vegetarians during pregnancy - South Africa's best universities Preparing your child for a new sibling Getting your child ready for the transition from only child to sibling can be challenging, but there are some helpful ways to approach the situation. Read more here. Eight ways to help improve your child's vocabulary Here are[...]

Caring For Your Child Newsletter #23 - 30 September 2014

Caring For Your Child Newsletter #23 - 30 September 2014

30 September 2014 - Teacher Unions Unite for Quality Education - What you need to know about curbing whining - Enhancing self-esteem of children with ADHD - A simple strategy to reduce test anxiety - Moms' 6 biggest sleep mistakes - Thinking about having a third child? Teacher Unions Unite for Quality Education South African teacher's unions and other education authorities have united in a step towards quality education. Read more about their first year of operation here. What you need to know about curbing whining Whining can be difficult[...]

Caring For Your Child Newsletter #22 - 16 September 2014

Caring For Your Child Newsletter #22 - 16 September 2014

16 September 2014 - Caring for a child with leukemia - 10 onesies not to put on your baby - 6 things to know about baby's first 6 months - 5 ways to positively discipline your child - Things to realize before you sign your daughter up for a dance class - CAPS and IEB matric timetables Caring for a child with leukemia Caring for a child with a terminal disease like cancer can be difficult.Read through this mum's experience with her son's leukemia.  10 onesies not to[...]

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