Children often struggle to try new foods and their different flavours and textures. When introducing new flavours and textures at home, it is important to do so slowly. The best way is through a process of systematic desensitisation.
Almost all children go through feelings of separation anxiety during some time in their early childhood. In fact, having these feelings are completely normal and stem from their primal needs for safety.
Settling in to preschool, kindergarten or even primary school can be difficult purely due to the separation from parents or family. Some children are simply distressed every time they separate from their parents, not just at times of schooling.
A consistent bedtime routine is a great way to ensure that your child gets enough sleep. Different routines suit different children so keep this in mind when you are trying anything new.
Toys are the best way to practise language while having fun with your child. See below for five more toys to help to get your child talking!