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Boys’ attention and social behaviour is linked to earnings 30 years later

Behaviours identified as early as kindergarten have always been clues for how one may turn out in adulthood. This study explores boys’ attention and prosocial behaviour and found a link to their potential earnings.

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Good news: Child mortality is on the decrease in SA

The under-5 child mortality rate has decreased dramatically from 75 deaths per 1 000 live births in 2006 to 34 deaths in 2016. Here's why.

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Tune in every Tuesday: This school teacher is using Facebook Live to read to learners!

A teacher and first-year principal in the U.S. is using Facebook Live to read bedtime stories to her learners once a week, and we absolutely love the idea!

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Kim Kardashian wants YouTube to remove Momo challenge that tells kids to harm themselves

Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, Kim Kardashian West has once again used her influence for the benefit of others.

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The Film & Publications Board urges us to know what our kids are doing online

Parents, know what your children are doing online. This is the message sent by the Film and Publications Board.

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Future skills: How to teach kids empathy, kindness and patience

We’re launching an exciting new series called Future Skills for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Which skills do our children need to master now for when "the robots take over"? (They won't, not entirely, but bear with us!)

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FEATURE DOCUMENTARY: The story of 4 transgender children

6-year-old David is part of the new trans generation of people who don't identify with the sex they were assigned at birth, and who chose to make the transition very early. This moving film explores the transitioning through first-hand stories told by four young people.

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5 ways to raise a genius child: "Talent is made, not born"

Early starts are key to developing children’s talents, experts say. But so is deliberate practice, a center of excellence, and singleness of purpose.

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WATCH: Just a reminder from Pantosaurus that what’s in your pants, belongs only to you

Baby Shark is fun and all, but we’ve been sleeping on this catchy song by the NSPCC of one dinosaur’s important message about consent.

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What ‘Into the Spider-Verse’ can teach kids about resilience

It's not all web shooting and fighting bad guys. This Spiderman movie will leave your kids with some valuable life lessons... plus a whole lot of web shooting and fighting bad guys – yay!

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Nine-year-old’s heartfelt letter to Disney requesting princess characters who wear glasses

“I wanted to write the letter to make a difference. I don’t want other girls to think the way I did.”

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Why reading aloud means the world to your child

To celebrate World Read Aloud Day on 1 February, the READ Educational Trust explains why reading out loud to child can change their destiny. Whoah, really? Yes.

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8 ways parents and teachers can help children make friends in primary school

Experts have found a positive link between high-quality friendships and better academic results. Here's what parents and teachers can do to help young ones make and maintain healthy friendships.

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Are imaginary friends good for your child?

According to psychologists, imaginary friends are a sign of positive developmental progress.

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Before letting your kids splash around in the water this summer, consider these safety tips

Parents need to be extra vigilant when their kids are around water this summer.

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8 ways to keep your kids smart over the summer holidays

How to encourage learning at home during the school holidays.

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Worried about your child's excessive smartphone use? It's not all in your head

Parents who fear their kids are spending too much time in front of screens now have more reason for concern.

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Being disappointed by Christmas gifts is good for kids who have enough

It is essential for children’s mental health, well-being and overall development that they experience how to deal with disappointment well.

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Lies about Santa? They could be good for your child

Developmental psychology suggests that such fantastical beliefs are not actually harmful, but are associated with a number of positive developmental outcomes.

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WATCH: 11-year-old cancer survivor dancing The Nutcracker with The Royal Ballet

Charlie Tait was only 3 when she was diagnosed with Wilms’ tumour, and used ballet as a way of staying strong. Now 11-years-old, Charlie is dancing with the stars of The Royal Ballet's, The Nutcracker.

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Let's talk body image (not body shape) with our kids

Body image is a tricky subject and extremely sensitive for some. It's something that can be determined from an early age in children, and can be the foundation for how they perceive themselves as they grow up.

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So does on-screen violence make children more emotionally distressed after all?

The amount of violence children witness on-screen alters their perception of the world and can be detrimental to their development.
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