Playtime for New-borns

Playtime for New-borns

Playtime is a major part of your little one’s development. From cognitive and physical development to emotional and social growth, the importance of play is undisputed. One of the smartest steps you can take is to engage your newborn in brain – boosting play activities via playtime – AND IT’S EASY TO DO Play helps

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Making Play Engaging

Making Play Engaging

“Play is the royal road to childhood happiness and adult brilliance.” – Joseph Chiltern Pearce Children learn best through play. It’s a fact that we all have been told and have seen in practice. Yet, in our minds we often differentiate it from ‘real learning’. Play is learning in the initial years and giving a

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Back to Sleep, Tummy to Play

Back to Sleep, Tummy to Play

‘Back to sleep, tummy to play’ is a popular concept that help babies strengthen their core muscles and develop their back strength, which are critical for achieving subsequent developmental milestones (such as neck control and sitting) as well as preventing SIDS. Ideally, babies should be on their backs for sleep, but should spend a significant

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