Your baby's sensory needs are constantly changing, so how do you nourish your baby's senses when COVID-19 has you stuck at home? Here is a generous list of ideas.
‘How did you do that?!’ Read this gorgeous story by Debbie Spink about how she used sensory stimulation to magically calm her 15 month old grand niece.
Some kids look forward to starting Prep and others don't want to even try on their new school uniform. So how do parents know whether their child is ready for school?
Make some time to connect with your child through song - the research shows the substantial benefits, even if you're unsure about the quality of your singing voice!
Do you worry that your child is doing things or behaving in ways that other children aren't or that your child's behaviour just doesn't make sense?
When your baby is distressed, how do you use your voice? Do you sing, speak quietly or do something else? Find out how your voice can influence your baby.
Babies experience two kinds of hungers: the hunger for milk, and the hunger for sensory experience. Dr Pam explains why sensoral nourishment is vital to babies' neuronal pathways.
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