Parenting - Family | 0-18 yrs

Benefits Of Spending Quality Time With Your Children

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Children depend on their parents not only for their physical needs, but also their emotional and psychological needs. Research shows that children who spend more time with their parents grow up to be happy, healthy, and successful. Spending time with children also benefits parents, who feel happy and satisfied.

Our ClipBook tells you how spending time with your child can prove beneficial to both of you.

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Helps Academic Achievement

How parents play with their children matters. In a study that spanned 15 years, researchers at Utah State University have demonstrated a positive connection between...

Enhances Compliance

If you’re struggling with getting your child to listen to you, then pay attention. Spending quality time together is one of the most important things you can do to improve...

Reduces Stress

Spending time with children in weekends is the best stress reliever. It helps in connecting with the child and also is a great bonding time. Make the most of your weekends and holidays with...

Creates Happier Memories

Our children's memories can also lend insight into their rich inner lives, and can help them develop what Eric Neisser, founder of the Rutgers Special Education Clinic, calls "the extended...

Improves Mental Health

Children from birth to adulthood need time and attention from their parents. Sometimes parents become so anxious to raise a “successful” child that they overlook the importance of spending time interacting...

Reduces The Need For Time-Out

Giving kids daily doses of positive attention reduces behavior problems. But that doesn't mean you have to devote every waking hour to your child. Instead, quality time is key to strengthening your bond...

Increases Empathy

Reports reveal new concerns about today’s “plugged-in” kids and how technology may rob them of face-to-face interaction, jeopardize empathy, social skills and communication development as well as...

Improves Health

My kiddo loves playing with her dolls and teddies. Her favorite is to arrange picnics for them. However, she wants even me to join her in this pretend play. She keeps on asking me, whether I would...

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