Category Archives: Early Education

Children, mobile and tablets

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Education

Reflections as a pediatrician and father of the role of phones and tablets in the lives of children. Common health problems. Although not everything is negative.

What I will present here is a mixture of my experience as a parent, as a pediatrician and a reflection from common sense than from the base of scientific studies. Therefore as debatable as they come. In fact what I hope is to generate debate. Continue reading

Early Signs of Reading Problems in Children

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Reading Problems in Children

Is your child having trouble reading? The truth of the matter is that a lot of kids have trouble with reading, so your child is certainly not alone. When it comes down to it, though, you want to be sure that you catch your child’s reading troubles early. The key is to spot some very common warning signs and then work towards rectifying the issue. Most of the time, this issue has to do with anxiety about reading, but it may also have to do with a learning disability. If the latter is the case, there are certainly things you can do to make reading easier. Here are some early signs of reading problems in children. Continue reading

Educational Games for Children to Play

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Educational Games for Children to Play

Education and the process of learning is something that begins at home for children. Parents naturally want their children to do well in school, but this desire often clashes with other adult priorities (parents also want their children to be active and learn new hobbies), not to mention the children’s own to-do lists. There’s only so long a youngster is willing to do homework or read, before wanting to run off and do something a bit more fun. Continue reading