Monthly Archives: December 2021

Having a baby who currently uses Hi Baby Premium Nappies, I have come to appreciate the double leak guards. I realise that it does indeed serve a good purpose … this being most evident when baby makes a mess in the nappy. Every so often bigger than one could imagine possible for a little human […]

As the festive season approaches, you might be dreading Christmas without your children. Whether it will be your first time or you have accumulated many bad memories of lonely Christmas Eves and days, consider this: 1. Accept it This is the reality of your separation and divorce. Instead of pondering everything you have lost as […]

Let me paint you a statistical picture. First, 900 million people around the world cannot read or write. A whopping 171 million fewer people would live in poverty if all children acquired basic reading skills – that would mean a 12% reduction in global poverty. However, this might not be close enough to home. Okay, […]

In the same way that every person has their own unique set of fingerprints, each person has a unique brain. We all process information and think about things differently. If we didn’t, we’d be robots who all acted the same and were interested in the same things. What a boring world that would be! You […]

Einstein famously said: “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.”. Imagination might seem like something that is unique to children but as adults’ imagination is an integral part of our […]

As with all Chicco toys, education and brain development underlying every moment of fun is a priority. The Smart2Play toy range takes it one step further with proactive puzzle games to make even the youngest baby squeal in delight at their achievements. Smart2Play toys transform amusing creative experiences into fundamental cognitive achievements and make for […]

For those parents out there who’s children are already distance learning, or those of you that are considering distance learning as an answer for your child’s educational needs, we are sharing some insight about the amazing value-added products and platforms that we offer. We can’t deny that homeschooling requires a certain level of independence and […]

As you enter your third trimester you’ll have probably done a fair bit of research on the birth process (if this is your first) and may have a good idea of what you want before, during and after delivery. There are many options and opinions, from whether or not you want pain medication to how […]

High engagement online school, Koa Academy has announced the appointment of proudly South African creative, Majozi as their new Head of Culture.  The SAMA-nominated musician is well-known for ‘wearing his heart on his sleeve’ and for crafting hit songs conveying his inspiring perspectives on life.  Learners at Koa Academy, who engage with their teachers in […]

To determine how parents protect their children online,  FYI play it safe recently conducted a digital survey, and found that although 99.7% of parents worry about the risks that online communication and social media pose to their children, 25% give their child a device without setting up any type of controls. A further 35% set […]

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