October 6, 2020

Drama for Learning

By Zelia Maree Young students often hear the words: Drama is not a ‘real subject’. Only stupid children take drama. You are stupid! Drama is a subject […]
October 7, 2020

Brain Smarts

Your baby’s brain goes through major developments in his or her first years of life. What can you do to give their grey matter a boost? […]
October 14, 2020

Help! My child struggles to read

By Johan Leslie. One by one, the ghostly images of desperate parents appear in front of me: “Help! My child cannot read!” It hangs like a […]
October 23, 2020

“GOEDVOEL OOR MYSELF” begin vroeg…

Deur Corné Kotze. My 3-jarige seuntjie hardloop vooruit en begin boomklim.  Terwyl hy klim kom die instruksies baie duidelik. “Kyk, mamma, ek gaan in die boom […]
October 29, 2020

Selective Mutism

By Dr Melodie de Jager. Selective Mutism is a term used to describe a person who can speak,  but doesn’t speak. Mary was a well-developed eight-year-old […]
November 6, 2020

Defining emotional and social milestones in the first 6 years

By Dr Melodie de Jager Emotions have the ability to mobilise a person, they create action and movement – they propel one forward. Emotions don’t only […]
November 9, 2020

GRAVITY – an underestimated influence in child development

By Yvonne Pilbeam. Gravity is a force that we just don’t think about. But – from inside the womb, from the moment we are born, right […]
November 13, 2020

Knelpunte wat vreugde en energie verorber

Deur Dr Melodie de Jager. ‘Slaap-slim’ is ‘n term wat Prof Ignatius Gouws geskep het om een van die knelpunte wat soms gepaard gaan met meer-volwasse-word, […]


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