The Baby Atelier Blog



Role of Color and Texture in One’s Life

Children and even adults learn best and retain the most information when they engage their senses. Many of our favorite memories are associated with one or more of our senses: for instance, the color of your favorite cartoon character as a child or a song you memorized the lyrics to with a childhood friend or even what your favorite quilt felt like . Now, when your mind is stimulated with those familiar visuals, sounds or textures, your brain triggers a flashback memory to those special memories/moments.   It is vital for children to actively use their senses as they explore their world through sensory play as this is crucial for brain development – it helps build nerve connections in the...

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Teaching Cleanliness from an Early Age

“Good hygiene is the key to good health,'' “Cleanliness is next to godliness” etc. etc. We have all heard and absorbed these wonderful phrases. But, have we as parents and responsible adults implemented ‘Cleanliness’ as a virtue  in a proper way? Have we cared enough for our own habits and that of our children? 

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Pre-teens and teenagers

A teenager, or teen, is a person who falls within the ages of 13 to 19 years old. Whereas preeteenager or tweenager is that stage of human development which follows early childhood and preceding adolescence. The word "teenager" is another word for an adolescent. When a teenager turns 20, they are no longer a teenager: they are no longer in that developmental stage. Now this may seem like a problem to most of the parents; an end to development after a certain age. But trust me it’s not. Setting some things in motion, at the right time can your child’s personality and eventually their life.

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Fun DIY's to do at home with kids

Fun DIY's to do at home with kids If you're a parent, you know the constant struggle of having to entertain your children, they get bored of their toys & games very easily and constantly want to do something new and exciting! We all know that is impossible to keep buying new games and toys for the kids as they are expensive and a great hassle to store. Here are a few great DIY ideas that your kids can do at home with just a few inexpensive supplies. You'll be giving your child the tools they need to spark imagination and creative play. Not only that, this will ensure that you get to have quality time with them and they...

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