National Geographic is rolling out a photography competition for kids, encouraging younger creatives across the globe to share their vision of the nature around them.
The focus is made on the language, psychomotor skills, problem solving, attention/concentration and memory.
LEGO has released a film that focuses on the brick sets that contribute to children’s development.
The initiative was inspired by kids’ creative approaches and realized by BETC Paris.
Nivea, a cosmetics brand with a social good twist, has launched a wearable print ad that is supposed to help parents track their children’s activity on the beach.
Now, when technologies are constantly reformulating our everyday lives, are they also reaching out into the basics of our existence, the way we develop from the very first day after the fusion of gametes?
Doing good can be not just rewarding, but beneficial for all—prove the U.K. ethical food brand for kids and toddlers Little Dish together with the London children's charity Kids Company.
Working with two different agencies from its design roster, British retailer unveils visual overhaul for the two product ranges: fresh soups and baby care products.