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Bright Kid or Gifted Child– How to distinguish between the two?

Bright Kid or Gifted Child– How to distinguish between the two?

At the outset, every child who is intellectually bright or is a high achiever may appear to be gifted. After all, this kid aces his tests, is good in sports and dramatics and is considered a model pupil by teachers. But does academic excellence exemplify giftedness or do these children fall into the ‘bright’ rather […]

[ 0 ] April 12, 2014 |
Managing Tantrums in Older Children

Managing Tantrums in Older Children

As a child nears three years of age, tantrums lessen because he now has the language to express himself, and he’s busy developing in other areas of his life (such as imagination is blossoming, and more fears are surfacing. Tantrums may reappear at four with a surprising twist. A four-year-old is smarter, stronger, louder and […]

[ 0 ] April 12, 2014 |

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The ABC’s of toddler talk

The ABC’s of toddler talk

When do our toddlers speak their first word? Why do some speak more words and others less? To answer these questions, Abbott Nutrition conducted the Toddler Language Development Study. See what we found in the handy infographic below! Also, find out more about your child’s current level of language development by taking the Toddler Vocabulary […]

[ 0 ] April 20, 2014 |
Snoozing it Right! – Sleep Training for Your Little One

Snoozing it Right! – Sleep Training for Your Little One

A restful night’s sleep is what we all look forward to after a busy, tiring day of work. But sleep for our young ones is more than just rest. Little ones need adequate sleep so that their muscles and bones can grow, they need adequate sleep so that their little brains can absorb more and […]

[ 0 ] November 19, 2013 |

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