Archive for the ‘5+ years’ Category

Ways to increase your child’s creative potential

With The Taoiseach Leo Varadkar announcing today his plans to enable children “across Ireland to reach their creative potential”, it would seem that creativity is making its way back to the fore. Far from taking away from STEM subjects at school, the new scheme encourages young students to partner the two fields in order to […]

All you need to know about night terrors

Most parents will have had to comfort their child in the night due to the occasional nightmare, but some children may be experiencing what is known as night terrors. Children suffering from night terrors can be inconsolable for a time after they wake in the middle of the night. What are they? They affect one in five […]

UPDATE: Health warning as contagious disease spreads in Dublin and Meath

The HSE have issued another health warning following a series of seventeen diagnoses’ of measles in Dublin and Meath last week. To date, there have been 12 diagoses’ of measles in Dublin and five in Meath. An outbreak and control team from the HSE have been set up in Dublin to “investigate and control the […]

5 ways your kids can help with pancakes this weekend!

Pancakes are an art form, and lots of families have their secret recipes for the perfect pancake. What better way to spend this weekend than to teach your children the sacred art of pancake making? This way, they learn how to make you breakfast in bed and they get to enjoy helping out in the kitchen. It’s […]

Google launches Family Link in Ireland

Google has launched an app to help parents set boundaries, rules, and guidelines for their children when online. Today they launched Family Link in Ireland following a successful launch in the US earlier this year. Family link Not knowing what their children are getting up to on the internet is a common cause of worry […]

Boots Child Hero of the Year Award 2017

This year’s Child Hero of the Year award was born with a rare genetic condition called OFD Type 1, which meant that it was highly unlikely that she would ever walk or talk. But Molly Byrne persevered and surprised everyone, defying expectations with a smile and a sunny disposition. Winner: Molly Byrne When Molly was […]

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