Physical punishment of children has emotionally and psychologically negative effects across cultural communities, hindering developmental potential.
It has been established that children are aware that they are effectively, learning through the medium of play.
Breaking the cycles of bias and violence starts at home by talking to children about racism rather than well-meaning adults avoiding the subject.
Diane L. HughesJune 2020
Thinking that it’s play versus learning misses the point; these are inextricably linked.
Positive emotions are often included in definitions of play, but children experience many feelings during play. These offer crucial opportunities to further their learning and…
The better the parental relationship the higher the level of education reached by children, on average (Nepal)
Child & Family Blog EditorMay 2020