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The answer to this riddle - and others - can help the cognitive development of children, writes Diane Bourke, in a repost of this family favourite that will bring smiles to faces young and old.
What's the best way parents interact with their children when viewing art? In the second and final article in her series, Diane Bourke says it's about good questions and careful listening.
Children who are older than their peers in school tend to do better. How can we mitigate the Birthday Effect? By Lionel Page, Dipanwita Sarkar and Juliana Silva Goncalves.
Having conquered the National Gallery of Victoria, Diane Bourke recently took her grandsons to Mona in Tasmania. In this first of a two-part series, she explains how she connects art and young minds.
Youth expert Chris Hudson offers advice on how to ensure that adolescent boys engage in safe risk-taking.
A new approach to screen use by children is all about the quality of what they consume, not just screen time. By Shane Green