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By Louise Wheeler14 May 2015

The Best Way to Play: Independent vs Structured Learning

Sam Flatman, an Educational Consultant for Pentagon Sport, explains why it is important to let children experience both independent and structured play. Read more

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By Louise Wheeler13 May 2015

Nighttime Teeth Grinding In Children

Teeth grinding, or bruxism as it is known to dental professionals, is a relatively common ailment in children, affecting over 30% of the population under the age of 11. Read more

By Louise Wheeler9 May 2015

Neighbour threatens parent over outdoor play

Spring is a time when children love to play outside in the garden, and who would begrudge them a little frolicking in the sunshine? For one angry neighbour in Arizona, outdoor play and laughter is awful enough for them to consider it a criminal offence. Take a look at this anonymous letter that was shoved through the door of a US parent and later shared on Reddit. Read more

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By Dr. Chig Amin7 May 2015

Tooth Brushing Made Fun

Any parent will agree that it can be a little challenging to get your child to brush their teeth. There are many ways to encourage them to take care of their teeth, but children tend to love approaches that incorporate fun and games the most! Here are a few apps and games that you can try with children that might persuade them to take better care of their gums and teeth. Read more

By Louise Wheeler6 May 2015

Parents urged to tackle vitamin D deficiency

Britain’s chief medical officer has once again expressed concerns about the alarming rise of rickets in children across the UK. Read more