Coping with bedtime when the clocks change

Coping with bedtime when the clocks change   Tip 1 –  How to prevent your children’s sleep problems when the clocks change The clocks “fall” back 1.00 am on Sunday 30th October.  We suggest delaying the start of your child’s bedtime routine a few weeks before the clocks change, settling them 15 minutes later than…

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Halloweeeeeeeen Crafts!!

Halloweeeeeeeen Crafts!!   Puffy Ghosts DIY these hanging ghosts from Thriving Home with cotton balls on white construction paper. Glue on black paper eyes and mouths in expressions of your choosing. Thriving Home Spider Web Plates Have toddlers practice fine motor skills by threading white yarn through holes you’ve punched into a black paper plate to create…

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Common illnesses in children

Common illnesses in children 30 of the most common illnesses in children Learn about common childhood illnesses, like measles and mumps, …. and indeed the common cold  Autism Autism affects the way a child communicates and relates to other people. Early signs include not fixing his or her eyes on your face, resisting being cuddled,…

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Worried about a child’s mental health?

Worried about a child’s mental health? Here’s what you should do. News that a quarter of a million children are receiving help from NHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (Camhs) won’t be surprising to most teachers, social workers, nursery workers and health visitors. They know that in every school year or geographical area there is…

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