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Augmented Reality: How Does It Help My Son?

Technology is already part of our lives and it is at hand, whether for daily consumption or to boost the educational...

The Brain and Your Baby: How to Boost Their Psychomotor Skills?

When babies are born, all their organs —including their heart or their kidneys— are fully developed; although they will still...

Technology: The New Ally of Moms

It is late. You are at work and your baby is at home; you have no time to go to the...

What is the Difference Between Fine and Gross Psychomotor Skills?

Even before they are born, babies are in constant movement; however, once they are born it is your job to help...

Why is Infant Stimulation so Important?

Did you know that 90% of the brain connections are formed during the first 5 years of life of a human...

The Senses Your Baby Must Develop Since Day One

Babies start to discover the world from the day they are born, as they develop their senses. It is fundamental to...

Technology and Babies: Is It a Good Combination?

Although this debate topic is not necessarily negative, it is fundamentally a new way to understand the world and it only...

Tablets: Time Limits

It’s increasingly common to see children spending time with a cell phone that they could use for other purposes. Therefore, parents...

What to Look for in Apps that Claim to Boost Your Children’s Development?

Family activities have been increasingly monopolized by technology. Even children already have a natural access to augmented reality and technology as...

Advantages and Disadvantages of Technology for Children

Today, the world is different from what it was decades ago. Digital technology has transformed the world,...

Why is Learning Other Languages Important for Your Baby?

Although people previously believed that children exposed to different languages would not realize that both languages were different and that they...

How Can You Identify if Your Child has Language Disorders?

Parents usually compare their children’s development with that of other children of the same age. In some cases, they become worried...