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9 Ways To Keep Christmas Spending Under Control This Year

Ah, those holiday traditions. Singing carols. Spending time with family and loved ones. Delicious food. And panicking about how much it’s all cost afterwards....

Making Fitness Fun – The LeapFrog LeapBand Will Have Kids Jumping...

Making sure kids get enough exercise can be something of a battle. The lure of Netflix or the newest video game makes...

The High-Tech Gadget Your Kids Will Love – The Vtech Kidizoom...

Combining fun and functionality, the Vtech Kidizoom Smartwatch is the ideal gadget for today’s kids. They’ll love having their own smartwatch, just...

It’s Another Winner From Fisher-Price – Your Child Will Love The...

Friendly, colourful and offering a wealth of activities, the Singin’ Soccer Ball is bound to become one of your baby’s favourite toys.

A Timeless Gift Any Child Will Cherish – Baby GUND’s Flappy...

There’s usually no shortage of soft toys in the house when you’re a parent – and for good reason. Babies, toddlers and young...

8 Top Must-Have Christmas Gifts For Kids This Year

If you’re the organised type, chances are you’re already planning your Christmas celebrations. You might even have bought one or two presents. Here are...

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3 Tips: How To Teach Children To Watch TV Commercials More Sceptically

With all the time that young people spend in front of screens these days – from TVs to laptops, cellphones and iPads – children...

Curious Kids: What Causes The Northern Lights?

What causes the northern lights? – Ffion, age 6.75, Pembrokeshire, UK. I first saw...

How To Balance Entrepreneurship And Motherhood

As any entrepreneur will tell you, working for yourself is never going to be a 9am to 5pm gig. Setting up your own business...

‘We Produced Wild Children’ – Parents Raising Brave Kids

I watch him play. At the foot of snow-covered hills, forests reaching behind, winter-weary fields rolling down to the water’s edge. The roar of the water...

Teaching ‘Grit’ Is Bad For Children, And Bad For Democracy

According to the grit narrative, children in the United States are lazy, entitled and unprepared to compete in the global economy. Schools have contributed...

How To Take Charge Of Your Difficult Teenage Daughter

The relationship between teenage girls and their mothers is traditionally a tricky one. While girls are often dad’s little angel, they’re more likely to...

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