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Better Childhood in the Age of AI

This is the age of artificial intelligence. Our lives are being made simpler and better by leveraging technological resources. Children are a significant aspect of this revolution as they are the ones to take this forward. So, it is best to use AI to make their lives better and at the same time educate them about AI. AI is here to stay, and it is on us to update ourselves and the children. Introducing children to artificial intelligence can boost their logical reasoning skills and increase their awareness about the uses of digital tools. Research also shows how using AI social robots at home with ASD children can improve their gaze behaviors like making and maintaining eye contact with others....

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Importance of Sensory Activities for Toddlers

Letters, flashcards, numbers, and alphabets usually come to our minds when we hear the word teaching. ROYBI is a smart educational toy, and as a company in the education industry, it becomes our goal to educate and create awareness on better educational tools. In this article, we will be looking at Sensory Activities for toddlers. It is one of the most creative and beneficial forms of learning until a certain age. Children need to touch, see, hear, and interact with materials to activate the brain's sensory regions. Sensory activities have been around for children forever, but there are usually confusions regarding what sensory play is and how it can benefit the child.What is a Sensory activity/ Sensory play?It is a...

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Raising Fit Children

Physical activities are vital for a healthy lifestyle. And its importance is equal for everyone, but the intensity will be different for different age groups. As parents, you can encourage your child to participate in physical activities that are age-appropriate, enjoyable, and offer variety. According to the CDC, the following are the recommended Levels for Preschool-Aged Children-  "Preschool-aged children (ages 3 through 5 years) should be physically active throughout the day for growth and development. Adult caregivers should encourage preschool-aged children to be active when they play."  Toddlers having to be active throughout the day doesn't mean that you have to be around them all the time for their needs; you can plan their games accordingly so that you wouldn't...

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Essential Life-skills to Teach your Child at an Early Age

The benefits of early education are well known, and we have discussed them extensively here. However, specific skills are associated with the growth of children. Skills that help them fulfill their own needs. Learning such skills can also have a significant impact on their brain development. Here are some skills that you can teach your child even if they are babies-Basic Self-defense This doesn't mean they need to learn to fight. Of course, self-defense focuses on safety, but being able to defend oneself is a skill that comes with perks of confidence and a sense of security. Invest in giving them defense classes; it is worth the effort. Let them do their work.  Please remember this activity is age-based. The amount of...

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Calmer Parents, Happier Children

Stress is an uninvited guest, yet an inevitable part of our life. Everyone deals with stress, but we all can choose how we want to deal with it. Parenting is not easy, and when you are a stressed parent, it shows on the child and affects their behavior. In the end, we cannot control our children and their way of life. But we can control how we react and behave when they are around. There are several examples of how children can be seen mimicking their parents' stress responses. If the parent responds to frustration by shouting, the child is likely a screamer and yells when things are not in control. In contrast, when the parent acknowledges the stress but...

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