Do You Help Your Child Develop Creativity?

Give honest answers to the questions below and check yourself, if you were able to create a favorable atmosphere for your child to develop his creative personality.


  • I answer all my child’s questions in the most patient and honest way.
  • Do you take all your child’s questions and statements seriously?
  • I have a display of my child’s recent works.
  • I help my child to make plans and decisions.
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Your Stubborn Child at Different Ages

What is  a stubborn child?

Stubborn children and stubborn teenagers are stubborn for unknown reason. Speech pathologists notice this phenomena and find solution to it.

One of the first words after mom, dad and give in the stubborn child vocabulary is "I do not want to". Immediately, parents should start paying attention to the wishes of their offspring. However, mothers and fathers are not ready to accept new trend in their stubborn child behavior.

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10 Secret Words to Know to Better Speak With Your Children

Below are the 10 secret words to know to better speak with your children:
whisper, maybe, sorry, stop, where are your eyes, learn, you can, be present, always, and laugh


Raising your voice is a manifestation of weakness. Moreover, children, particularly small, are responsive to the speech tone more than its content. How do you make your child obey you without elevating your voice?

It is noted time and time again that bending over to your child’s ear, having established eye contact before, and starting talking very quietly — is the most effective way to get your child’s attention.… Read More

Role-Play Games for Kids

Role-play games are very popular among kids up to 12 year old. The faster you offer the games adults play the better.

If a child has come to you with a request to “play”, brought his/her favorite teddy bears or horses, even the look of which makes you sick and tired, do not get frustrated, use one of these ideas to quickly come up with a role-playing game.… Read More

Your baby’s speech and language skills from birth to 30 months

From the time they are born, children start communicating. Very early in their lives, they learn to understand what you are saying and to make sounds of their own. They are beginning to develop speech and language skills. As a rule, those skills will help them to make friends and learn how to read. Furthermore, later those skills will help them to succeed at school and in life.

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