Collaborative play with toy trains fosters teamwork and negotiation skills as children share resources and ideas and engage in together in play.
Croup is most common in 1-3 year olds because their windpipe is particularly small in relation to their size so even a small amount of inflammation can restrict their breathing.
We team up with educational toy experts Edx Education to explore the fascinating world of construction toys and uncover the incredible ways in which they inspire young minds to learn, grow, and thrive!
Award-winning doctor and mental health ambassador Dr. Amir Khan shares his expert advice for parents on how to manage exam stress.
Are children born with empathy? Can we teach them? We discuss the science behind empathy, when children start to show empathy and why it’s so important to demonstrate empathetic behaviours to our kids.
The Joie i-Spin XL is a smart and economic choice for parents seeking peace of mind for years to come.
From the best play hubs for babies, toddlers and older children to spa treatments, salons and brasseries, you’ll find one perfect for you and your brood.
We find out how the right kind of play can have all sorts of benefits for children with autism, together with tips for parents on how to engage their children.
Managing director and lead therapist of Headstuff ADHD Therapy Sarah Templeton joins the show to discuss ADHD in young children.
Dr Lucy Ansell debunks the myths about hand, foot and mouth and offers some basic advice on how to tackle it.
Here are some great tips by Carol Evelegh from The Kindergarten to help your child successfully transition from nursery to primary school.
Use the discount code MYBABABEARS to get a 10% discount on up to 3 packs of Fruit Bears.
There are many ways to support a child when they are not feeling their best, including teaching them simple skills they can use when overwhelmed.
To commemorate Children’s Mental Health Week My Baba’s Editor Ellie Thompson welcomes shyness expert Nadia Finer to the show to talk about shy children.
From online wills and life insurance to appointing a guardian, My Baba outlines how to plan for your children’s future, in case the worst happens.
Antibiotics are convenient and can knock bacterial infects on the head quickly, but there is now evidence that they can have a long-lasting negative effects on our children’s health.
Get out and about with your family this spring with our collection of inspiring products to get active outdoors.
Fake news can easily go viral via social media so we need to give our children the tools to decide what’s real and what’s fake. Its not always easy to spot but here’s some tips for helping children spot fake news:
Fireman Sam is inviting your children to draw their very own modern-day hero, and post it on social media using the hashtag #FindTheHero. They’ll donate £1 to the DEC Coronavirus Appeal for every picture, up to £10,000.
Most schools and nurseries recognise that arts and creativity have a great effect on all areas of child development. Here are our top tips on to help you unleash your creative child in the comfort of your own home!
A relatively new form of Imposter Syndrome is the rise of perfectly good mums and dads who feel that they are secretly bad parents. Parents who never feel they are good enough, despite the obvious testaments to their efforts.
Nutritionist Gabriela Peacock gives us the low-down on children and sugar, with some top tips for making the right choices.
Getting young toddlers and children to drink tap water can often be tricky, so when I came across AQUA Carpatica Kids, a new, nitrate free mineral water that has won awards for its taste, I was keen for my daughter to give it a try.
Sepsis is a serious complication of an infection. Here is how to spot the symptoms in your child.
To make sense of what has happened children need information and explanations. These need to be honest, simple and in language that children understand.
Babies and young children can have vast differences in their speech, language and communication development. Here Speech & Language Therapist Amanda Griffiths explains what to roughly expect and when.
Sibling rivalry happens at some point in most families after all. Being aware of these common mistakes can help reduce the likelihood of conflict although it’s not a guarantee that there won’t be any!!
When is the last time you talked about polio? Dr Ellie Cannon explains everything new parents need to know about polio and getting vaccinated.
Cooking and baking is a firm family favourite, but how do you make the most of this experience? We spoke to Stephanie Wood, CEO of School Food Matters
News headlines are often unavoidable and can sometimes be upsetting. If you child is affected by the headlines, here’s how you should respond.