In part one of this two-part blog series, we looked at some basic themes on weaning your child off of their sippy cup when the age is right. From why this is important through the right time to do so, we looked into several of the most basic elements involved in this conversation as your
There are numerous important transitions your child will make as they move through their early years, and one of these for toddlers and young children is the move from a sippy cup or similar child-oriented cup to regular cups and glasses. The sippy cup is often a middle ground that comes after the baby bottle
In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some basic tips for parents of multiple children on how to manage and prevent sibling rivalries. While bits of disagreement and even squabbles are common between siblings, you want to avoid these reaching crazy levels and creating actual resentment between siblings. At Lit’l Scholars
For parents with multiple children, managing the relationship between them can be tough in some cases. Included here are situations where “sibling rivalries” develop — when are these a negative thing, and what can parents do about them? A possible resource you may not have considered here: Our staff at Lit’l Scholars Learning Centers, where
In part one of this two-part blog series, we looked at basic sleep guidelines for children based on their age, plus how and why these guidelines differ so significantly from adults. Children typically need much more sleep than adults, especially younger children, and knowing the general ranges here is important for parents and other caregivers.
Of all the topics vital to your child’s development, sleep may be the single most important. Kids need the right amount of sleep, and determining what this amount is typically relies primarily on the age range the child is in, along with a few other minor factors. At Lit’l Scholars Learning Centers, we’re proud to