Do you want to raise a smart and intelligent baby? Are you concerned about your baby’s brain development? If any of these situations relate to you, continue reading for an informative insight on brainy foods. The first three years of a child’s life are critical for his brain development. He figures out how to think,…

Though most parents don’t realise it, they are caught up in the constant loop of worrying about their children. This stress and anxiety is passed on to the children, creating undesired reactions and long term animosity. Mindfulness is a natural capacity of being aware of what’s happening in the present moment. Joanne Jewell, Parenting Specialist…

Bullying is an antisocial activity which manifests itself in a child feeling intimidated, threatened and belittled. Education Finders spoke to Carolina Barajas, Head of Guidance and Counseling at Universal American School, Dubai to ascertain the impacts of bullying and the damage control parents can do. What are the different forms of bullying? Bullying is a…

There are many systems in the world which are taking precedence over rote learning methods. The Waldorf Steiner curriculum is one such based on a deep understanding of child development. It delivers age-appropriate subject matter and activities throughout the child’s education. Education Finders spoke to Jasmine Swiel, Director of Zaya Early Learning, which is the…

Education Finders speaks to Emirati conservationist Afra Al Dhaheri, owner of Cloud9 Pet Hotel, to find out what role pets play in a child’s life Afra Al Dhaheri is an entrepreneur with a difference, owner and founder of Cloud9 Pet Hotel and Care in Abu Dhabi, which is the first luxury hotel in the Middle…

Children are born with an innate ability to respond to the pain of others. So empathy is a crucial social-emotional skill that can be nurtured and developed from a very young age. From the age of two, children start to show genuine empathy. They begin to understand how others may feel and try to help…

Every parent has faced the dilemma of their child lying to them while obvious facts prove otherwise. For instance, if there is a glass of spilt milk with your child right next to it, he or she will probably blame the sibling in the other room or even the neighbour’s cat. What parents have to…