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The Importance of Routines in Young Children

Routines are important for every child not only at school but also at home. When children are very young, routines are even more important. They provide your child with a sense of security, predictability, and calmness. Routines that are important to keep in young children include a sleeping, ... ...

10 Ways to Be an Advocate for Your Bullied Child

Unfortunately, bullying in schools is an issue that has existed, does exist, and will continue to exist. Many schools are now implementing anti-bullying programs in an effort to combat this issue. They may include stricter definitions for what bullying is, how they plan to address it, and plans to ...

How To Motivate An Obese Child To Be Active And Lose Weight

Motivating an obese child starts with having a role model for them to be inspired by and look up to. And who's better for the job than a child's own parents? Before you start to encourage an obese child to be active and lose weight, the initial step would be to make your child realize the c ... ...

9 Household Items Toddlers Love To Play With

You bought your toddler the best toys to play with. They are toxic-free, fairly-priced, and appropriate for their age. However, these toys lie untouched as your little one is more interested in exploring everyday household items. You may often see your child playing with remote controls and destroy ...

Learning How To Tell The Time

Being able to tell the time is a very important skill that all children should learn and the responsibility for teaching this falls to the parents. Current school math curriculum does not include the teaching of time telling. The easiest way to introduce your child to the concept of telling the tim ...

Introducing Your Child to Phonetics

Now that your child already knows her alphabet, it is time she learns how to read the letters phonetically. Reading the alphabet phonetically means saying or pronouncing how the letter should sound. Make her understand that how she “identifies” the letter is not the way she “prono ... ...

How to Enrich Your Child’s Vocabulary

Your little one’s first word “da-da” sounded like music to your ears. As he progresses, he constructs his own language and combines different syllables so he can send his message across. The simple da-da becomes “where is daddy?”. He progresses in language by the day, ... ...

Tips and Tricks to Getting Your Child to Go to School

Although most parents realize that getting a good education is a necessary action for every child to receive in life, not every child will agree with them.  Sometimes the biggest hurtle of getting a child a good education is to physically get them to school every day.  There can be a lot ... ...

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6 Games That are Brilliant for Baby Development

Making noise or weird faces may seem unimportant to you, but your baby will learn loads from these simple games. These are very basic games, which has the potential to boost your baby’s development. Most importantly, they will allow you to spend and create cheerful moments with your little on ... ...

Preparing Your Child For The School Experience

Starting school may appear a difficult stage in the life of many children. Many young children are anxious about this new experience, since they have to be with new people instead of being with their families. Parents, then, should help to prepare their children for the first day of school.First of ...

Instill a Scientific Temper in Your Children

Science is can be a nightmare-creating subject for many children in school. Some children loath learning science and find it extremely difficult to comprehend, often because of lack of passion or curiosity. As a responsible parent, we have an important task to instill a scientific temper in ou ... ...

How To Raise A Reader

It is never too early to introduce your children to the fantastic world of books. Parents who read to their children while they are tiny tots and infants often see them grow up to be voracious readers.However, one mistake that parents often make is that they turn reading into a boring, “you-m ... ...

10 Ways to Be an Advocate for Your Bullied Child

Unfortunately, bullying in schools is an issue that has existed, does exist, and will continue to exist. Many schools are now implementing anti-bullying programs in an effort to combat this issue. They may include stricter definitions for what bullying is, how they plan to address it, and plans to ...

9 Household Items Toddlers Love To Play With

You bought your toddler the best toys to play with. They are toxic-free, fairly-priced, and appropriate for their age. However, these toys lie untouched as your little one is more interested in exploring everyday household items. You may often see your child playing with remote controls and destroy ...

All Earth Ecobot Challenge Awaits You

Who wouldn't want their children to become creative and innovative during early school life? Learning begins at home and is refined by early schooling. This idea of creative learning and innovation was introduced in 2009 by Mr. Doug Kleiner, who is currently the CEO of Harris County Foundation ... ...

Make Summer Reading Important

Reading, reading, reading! Every few weeks a study or article comes out that talks about the importance of reading, and reading on a regular basis at every age. This is especially important for younger children who depend on reading to help them explore new information and ideas, gain new knowledge ...

Sleep, Sleep, Sleep - No Junk Sleep

“All work and no play makes jack a dull boy” can be rephrased as “all play and no sleep makes jack a dull boy” for the purpose of highlighting the impacts of junk sleep on children. Junk sleep refers to the low quality and interrupted sleep pattern due to the increased inter ... ...

Helping Your Children with Revision

As examinations come closer, students start panicking due to the lack of studying. It is not possible to remember what they have learned in classes weeks ago. In such critical times, parents play a crucial role. A parent's correct guidance makes everything easier. So, how do you help your child ... ...