Vegetables are nutritious and are important for children to eat. However, forcing your child to eat vegetables is not effective and may cause them to dislike vegetables even more. It is better to encourage your child to become interested in vegetables and want to eat them naturally. In this article, we will introduce tips for getting your child to eat his/her vegetables.
Parents should understand that many children who don’t eat vegetables when they are a child grow up to like them as adults. However, it is a good idea to encourage your child to eat vegetables as part of their daily diet by using the techniques introduced above. Attending mommy and me lessons and going out on lunch dates with children their age will expand their interest in the world around them including their interest in vegetables.
Many parents deal with their child’s sleeping issues daily (“it is hard to put them to sleep”, “nights are stressful at bedtime”, “as soon as I put my child to sleep, he/she wakes up crying”). There is a popular saying “Children who sleep, grow up!”, but why is it important for children to sleep at night? In this article, we will explore why some children have trouble going to bed at night and how parents can handle these sleeping issues.
Children who attend school (kindergarten, preschool, elementary school) will have a fixed daily schedule. This schedule will be affected if they do not get enough sleep at night. It is important that parents determine the causes of their child’s sleeping problems and try to solve them as soon as possible. For children who are not yet in school, it is a good idea to create a fixed daily schedule at home which includes participation in mommy and me classes and short naps. This will help them sleep better at night.
Being able to “comprehend” what is going around you is important not only when studying but when interacting with others in daily life. Some children can understand with a little explanation and others take longer to understand. Also, some children are not as flexible in their thinking as others. How can parents improve their child’s understanding (comprehension)?
Everyday conversation plays an important role in improving your child’s comprehension. It is not necessary to implement difficult worksheets or study materials. Simply having “tech free” daily conversations with your child is beneficial. Attending mommy and me or drop-off classes with your little one is also an effective way to improve their comprehension. These classes include a variety of learning activities for your child to benefit from.
Belgium is a popular destination for Japanese students in Europe. Depending on the region, it rains about 200 days a year. As a result, children enjoy a lot of play that is not affected by the weather. The country has many indoor athletic spots and indoor pools that can be used on rainy days. In this article, we will introduce the educational situation in Belgium and popular games that children in Belgium play.
Many spots in Belgium have been created as places for children to play freely. On sunny days, children can play outside on a sunny day and indoors on a rainy day. Attending mommy & me classes with your little one is a great way to learn English and about foreign cultures. Look into classes near you today!
Please join us for our upcoming Mommy & Me Trial Events at our locations in Tokyo, Yokohama and Nagoya. During the event, families can take a tour of our facilities and learn more about our unique Mommy & Me and Saturday School programs. We will have fun activities for the whole family to enjoy and an brief explanation about our membership system for parents. Motoazabu: 6/27(Sat) 15:30-17:30, Jiyugaoka: 6/20(Sat) 15:30-17:30, Yokohama-Bashamichi: 6/27(Sat) 13:30-15:30, Suginami-Asagaya: 6/20(Sat) 13:30-15:30, Nagoya GG: 6/27(Sat) 15:00-17:00. Please refer to the following flyer for details.
Avoid the heat and join us for our popular Bubble Pass this Summer! The monthly passes are open to children 0-6 years old. Customers can choose the pass that best fits their busy summer schedule (4 Class, 8 Class or 12 Class Pass) and can attend to any of the classes on our schedule. We are looking forward to seeing you and your children at Gymboree this Summer!
It has become much hotter in Japan in recent years. As the temperature rises, we hear more about heat stroke in the news. Children who are still immature in regulating body temperature compared to adults are more susceptible to heat stroke, so parents and teachers should be careful when taking care of young children.
Many people think that heat stroke only occurs outdoors under the sun. However, there are many cases of heat stroke indoors each year. In this article, we will introduce measures to prevent heat stroke in children both indoors and outdoors.
Heat stroke is a dangerous condition and should be avoided at all costs. It is important that adults (parents/teachers) take all the precautions necessary to prevent child from getting heat stroke.
It is important that children experience spending time in both cool and hot conditions. Exercising moderately is also supports them in gaining the power to survive during the hot summer months. Building physical strength through gymnastics and other types of exercise in classes is also a good idea. Attending mommy and me classes is a great way to do this.