KIDDOW – Edutainment classes

    The current climate of isolation and online learning has created adaptive techniques for learning which, after some initial turbulence, has settled into a necessary and effective learning experience. The flexibility of virtual classrooms has struck home with learners and teachers, which can be enhanced from institutionalized learning to live, ad-hoc, on demand, interactive [...]

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How to listen to our children – hints

I often hear parents say: “My child does not listen to me.” My immediate response is: “Are you really listening to your child?” Here are some handy hints on how to listen to your child Mother going down to her daughter’s level in order to make eye-contact For me, the most important tip is to [...]

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Helping a child with a lifelong deficiency

Primary Immunodeficiency Disease (PID) By Jodi Lord (Play therapist, Cape Town: Southern Suburbs) I have recently been approached by a mother to help her daughter, through play therapy, cope with PID, Primary Immunodeficiency Disease. PID occurs in people born with an immune system that is either absent or hampered in its ability to function, whilst [...]

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