2020 Resolutions

Setting New Year’s resolutions is a time-honoured tradition for many. It is a way to assess the past year and look forward, thinking what you may do differently and how you can better yourself. Setting New […]

Bedtime Hygiene: How to Motivate Children to Brush their Teeth and Wash their Face

Teaching children the importance of good hygiene and proper hygiene routines is key in keeping them clean and healthy. Keeping good hygiene is important for children of any age but in their younger years it plays […]

10 Tips to Help Children with ADHD Relax Before Bedtime

October is ADHD awareness month; ADHD or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder affecting both children and adults all over the world. ADHD often begins in childhood and may continue into adulthood. There are various symptoms […]

A young girl and her dad lay on a bed playing video games.

Raising children in the digital age presents parents with a number of concerns and raises a lot of questions about what is best. There are debates that uncover the reasons why you should keep your child’s […]

Young girl sleeps in a white bed while cuddling a grey teddy.

How to Clean a Mattress

Posted on 10/07/2019 by Room to Grow
Beds, Child Health, Room to Grow

Every single night most of us spend at least 6 or 7 hours in bed. During this time just think how much sweat, dead skin cells and oils from your body have the opportunity to transfer […]

Child woken up from a nightmare scared, with red monster on wall.

The Sleep Health Foundation reports that more than a third of school-aged children have sleep problems. Having interrupted sleep can cause a number of issues in growth, development and behaviour. Sleep problems are difficult to diagnose […]

Room to Grow explore what sleepwalking is and why it happens.

According to the National Sleep Foundation, 1% of pre-school aged children and 2% of school-aged children walk in their sleep at least a few nights per week. As it is something that is more common amongst […]

Why it’s advisable to ban mobile phones and TV’s from the bedroom

We are living in a digital age; with children becoming increasingly accustomed to technology such as mobile phones and TV’s. On average children are receiving their first every mobile phone at the average age of just […]

How long should your child nap for?

Why nap? Young children need their sleep more than any other age group in order to revitalise and prepare for the day ahead. In early childhood, vital physical and mental development occurs so naps provide additional […]

1st October World Vegetarian Day: 5 Veggie Recipes

Did you know that more than a quarter of all dinners eaten every night in the UK contain no meat or fish? Vegetarianism is on the rise and, with so many health benefits going along with […]

Baby proof your home

Every year from June 4th to 10th, the Child Accident Prevention Trust runs Child Safety Week – a week dedicated to raising awareness of common child accidents and how you can stop them from happening. This […]

How to Create a Safe Learning Environment for Children

With school back in full swing, many of us are still getting to grips with setting up a happy and healthy homework routine for our little ones. Even if you don’t have children of school age, […]

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