Development

The five aspects of Emotional Intelligence: Self-Awareness and Self-Regulation

In the second in her series, Brett Borbely examines the role self-awareness and self-regulation can play in managing our emotions.

Features

My Tiny Humans: You’ll join in when you’re ready

Surprised that her usually outgoing kinder kid was reluctant to join in at AusKick, Natalie Moutafis found a way to gently encourage him without pressure.

Opinion

Girls at 10 are the new teens: our interview with Ten-ager author Madonna King

In her new book, Madonna King finds the transition from childhood by girls is happening earlier than ever before. She tells Shane Green what parents need to know.

Features

Why Emotional Intelligence matters, and how we can develop it in our children

In the first of a four-part series, Brett Borbely explores the importance of Emotional Intelligence in shaping our relationships, and how it can help us build successful lives.

Features

How to talk with kids about consent: Top 5 strategies for parents

Hundreds of parents and carers joined our recent webinars with Elephant Ed on the topic of consent. Here are their top 5 strategies for parents to start, and continue, the conversation at home.

News

Free Webinar: Helping our kids through tricky times with Andrew Fuller

Due to overwhelming interest, registrations have now closed for Andrew Fuller's webinar this week on tricky behaviours in kids of all ages.

News

Is your child worried about NAPLAN? Here are some ideas to help them beat NAPLAN jitters

NAPLAN can be an anxious time for some children. Helen Schiele offers tips and advice on reassuring and supporting them.

Features

Ready, set, go: Ways to set your child up for an active lifestyle

Parents have a critical role to play in encouraging healthy habits for kids that will last a lifetime, writes Kim Bate. She gives her tips for parents on supporting an active lifestyle.

Features

How movies and books can help you discuss consent with teens

Young people learn about relationships through the media, and may absorb ideas subconsciously. Elizabeth Little discusses how we can help them interrogate what they are seeing and reading.

Opinion