Brainchild explores the importance of providing optimum fundamental necessities such as sleep, rest, nutrition, touch and security to children so that they can focus on being the best they can be.
Supported by case studies and scientific research findings, Brainchild provides keen insights on how to get the best results from your children in anything they commit to doing. As the parent, you are the key to unlocking their excellence.
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- How to Use Digital Tools to Support Literacy“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” (Nelson Mandela), and “literacy is the most basic currency of the knowledge economy” (Barrack Obama). If we’re going to raise children who will change the world, we must first help them to become literate adults. Teaching children basic literacy skills can be challenging […]
- The Science of Learning: How Do Brains Learn Best?We had another workshop at school on the science of learning – how brains learn best. In the workshop, we covered some of the following concepts. What is Neuroplasticity? Neuroplasticity is the brain’s amazing ability to change and adapt as a result of our daily interactions with the world around us. It allows the brain […]
- The Effects of Social Media Influence on Our ChildrenThe following article is a guest post from Jessica Freeman. Jessica Freeman is a blogger and freelance writer from Sydney, Australia. She enjoys covering various topics, from education and technology to motivation and productivity. She also has her own blog where she presents top writing tips. Follow Jessica on Google+ and Twitter. The Internet: all […]
- Bullying: Understanding, Responding, Preventing ItBullying. It’s that “B” word that strikes fear into the hearts of parents. We could do everything in our power to protect our children from it and still fail. Perhaps it is the knowledge of our impotence that makes the “B” word so terrifying. Recently, our school took on this troubling topic to help parents […]
- Why All Children Should Have Singing Lessons“I don’t sing because I’m happy; I’m happy because I sing.” – William James We hear a lot about the benefits of learning to play a musical instrument and we’ve written about them in previous articles: Brain Scans Show How Learning a Musical Instrument Enhances Our Brains How Playing a Musical Instrument Alters the Brain The […]
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Discipline has got to be one of the hardest tasks of parenting. We want to raise moral children who can feel empathy for others. When our children behave in a way that goes against that, it is hard … [Read More...]
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It used to be that when it came to the children, it was Mum's domain. Mothers would handle everything related to the children, except perhaps the really big disciplinary issues where Dad's … [Read More...]