Within its purpose of working for the defense and promotion of children's rights and for justice for all children in the world, Save the Children presents in its digital magazine a practical guide with simple guidelines and reflection exercises to help parents to achieve the full development of their children.
Is myopia inherited? The ophthalmologist Mónica Lovera, from Doctor Lens, explains what hereditary component exists in the case of myopia. Can a child of myopic parents & 39; get rid & 39; of this visual problem? Should a child with myopic parents check their eyesight more often? We answer all these questions.
One of children's favorite childhood experiments is the rainbow cocktail. In Guiainfantil we teach you how to make one following six simple steps. With this experiment with water you will know the different densities and you will learn one of the principles of physics and chemistry. In addition, you can take the opportunity to do it with your children to enjoy a pleasant moment with your family.
Imagination is a powerful force that allows us to be creative and reach for the unattainable. Children have a very vivid imagination, but sometimes they need to get them on the right track so that they can use it. In the adult world, we often tread on the ground. There is no time for fairy tales and dreams. There is rush, duties at work and at home, as well as a large dose of worries and worries about what will happen ... Despite everything we can think of, children see how we behave during the day.
Before I got pregnant, or actually before I gave birth, I had an idyllic vision of motherhood in my head. I don't know why, but I thought it was really simple. After all, women have been doing this for centuries, what a problem to give birth and later bring up "on people". We're made for that. Seriously, I thought so and I strongly believed in it.
The child's feet develop dynamically. It is estimated that 80% of children are born with healthy feet, but only 20% of adults can boast of proper foot building (Brian Rothbart, Forever free form chronic pain, 2009). It is worth observing the way the child walks and the appearance of the feet to be able to react quickly in case of irregularities.