Each month you Hill find in this section information about different aspects of child psychology. From ways to trick children into eating vegetables to explanations about fear of the dark. We also give some guidance and advice to better understand this phenomena.
Topics ordered: Choose Psychologies How to prepare our kids for the exam period Why it's best to learn Spanish as a child Children & humor Vacation and changing up the routine Traveling with children Overcoming fears with games How to Stimulate a Child's Memory How to help them study during the summer Confronting children’s summertime phobias head-on What mobile apps to recommend for our children? Imaginary friends Too many extracurricular activities? The imagination of children Teaching them to have a balanced diet Teaching them to have a pet Christmas, children and the crisis Videogames, good or bad? How to choose reading material for your kids Children and Technology The importance of playing during childhood How To Pick The Perfect Family Vacation How to teach your child to share What to Do if Your Child Brings Bad Grades How to Create a Learning Environment The artistic development of the child How to teach them to watch TV Bullying at school What should we ask Santa Clause or the Three Wise Men for? Insomnia in Children Make your Kids Clean their Mess How to solve sibling fights The adaptation to kindergarten How to face a house change Children's characters according to colours The age of "No" The arrival of a new little brother or sister What to do about nightmares? Why do they suck their thumbs? Sleepwalking The Advantages of Being Bilingual Dyslexia Night Terrors The Age of "Whys" Fear of the dark Tricks to get children to eat vegetables What is "spring disorder"?