If a child suddenly starts talking to someone who isn't there, parents might be a little thrown off.
It allows children to interact with their parents without the “stress” of having to constantly follow directions.
Plan a fun scavenger hunt from this list the next time the kids are stuck in the house.
When kids have a problem with their self-control, play therapy may help.
Preschoolers don't want to stop their fun activity to sit and eat. Here are some tips for getting them to stop what they're doing and have dinner.
When parents see preschoolers playing, they think it is all fun and game. And while some of it is, there is learning involved as well.
6 in 10 moms struggle when it comes to planning their kids’ summer vacations.
Children who spend more time playing adventurously have lower symptoms of anxiety and depression, and more.
This could be hindering their development, and it could actually be doing more harm than good.
When children play with dolls, they are creating imaginary worlds.
Be it indoors or out, there are always games that school-aged kids can play on their own on a day off from school.