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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 […]

Diet, lifestyle and sleep all go hand in hand. We all know how important diet and exercise is for our health and our children’s health however sleep also plays a massive role in this. Studies have […]

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How to Help Toddlers Beat Jet Lag

Posted on 20/08/2019 by Room to Grow
Health, Holidays, Room to Grow, Sleep

With the school holidays well underway, it is now the time of year when many families are going to be jetting off to exotic locations and spending long days playing in the sun. The longer daylight […]

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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 […]

1st March World Compliment Day – 5 Genuine Compliments That Will Make Someone’s Day!   This March 1st is World Compliment Day – the perfect time to start dishing out little rays of sunshine wherever you […]

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Top Tips to Help Beat the January Blues   Whether you’re in the post-Christmas doldrums or you’ve got midwinter melancholy or New Year sales buyers remorse, January can sometimes be a bit of a downer after […]

From making sure they can look after themselves to helping them grow up to be nice people, raising children is a huge responsibility. While you might think you’re teaching them all the right things, it’s easy […]

In order for the human body to sleep, the core body temperature needs to dip. The ideal temperature for sleeping varies with age. A baby’s room temperature of 16-20°C is comfortable and safe for your sleeping […]

Unfortunately, your child is going to encounter poverty and homelessness. Whether it is the individual on the street corner asking for help, or the child in their class, each exposure will probably initiate questions. It is […]

   It’s part of your job as a parent to teach your child to behave in an acceptable manner.  Part of teaching good behaviour is teaching a child to understand consequences – cause and effect.  Your […]

Manners From An Early Age

Posted on 18/06/2014 by Jane Thomas
Articles, Default, Education, Health, Room to Grow

Children aren’t born with manners; it’s not an innate ability.  Part of a parent’s job is to teach a child good manners, how to behave in a polite and considerate manner towards others.  A child with […]

Potty Training

Posted on 16/06/2014 by Jane Thomas
Articles, Babies, Child Health, Education, Health, Room to Grow

When to start potty training is probably one of the most challenging questions facing parents of young children and there is so much conflicting advice and information on this that you can be forgiven if you’re […]

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