Dr Amanda Gummer speaks to Nihal on BBC Radio 5 Live to discuss the Duchess of Cambridge’s new nationwide survey on the development of under-5’s.
From CES in Las Vegas, Dr Amanda Gummer (Good Play Guide) speaks to Scott Gilbertson covering WIRED’s top STEM toys at CES 2020 You can read the full article on ‘Our 6 Favourite Toys at CES this year’ on WIRED’s website
Dr Amanda Gummer speaks to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the costs of the impact that buying Christmas presents has on both families and the environment and what parents can do to reduce stress, waste and time over the Christmas Period
It is reported that almost half of the families in the UK wasted £50 per child on unwanted presents this Christmas! To help avoid wasting money and take the stress out of buying unwanted gifts, Dr Amanda Gummer explains how the Christmas Good Toy Guide can help parents and grandparents alike!
Dr Amanda Gummer was quoted for a new Huffington Post article that looks at a recent viral post which shows parents pranking their children with an appearance from the Grinch during their Christmas photoshoot. Dr Amanda has stated that, You can read the full-length article on ‘Christmas Pranks On Kids, Like The Grinch,
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Dr Amanda Gummer has shared her thoughts with the Huffington Post on a new Snapchat filter that portrays an animated spider that crawls across people’s faces. The filter has been gaining virility as parents are using this filter on their children’s faces, which has sparked a debate on whether this is just harmless fun or
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Dr Amanda highlights the importance of bonding with Grandparents and the benefits of intergenerational play
Dr Amanda shares her thoughts on findings from the Good Childhood Report that shows that that young people have become increasingly unhappy with their lives over the last 10 years
Dr Amanda comments on a survey’s findings that reveal 87 per cent of mothers feel guilty at some point in their lives.
A new study has revealed that although children are viewing more than 160 ads per week, their exposure to age-restricted products is on the decline.