Looking after yourself can have a positive impact on the family. You feel happier and more content, which often means your behaviour and reactions will be more positive. With that in mind, here are some of the things that you could do.
Early Years Education: What You Can Be Doing With Your 1, 2, or 3 Year Old Ahead Of School + #Giveaway
There are plenty of early years education activities you can do from the age of one, and it can be a big help for them to have some grounding in knowledge before entering a new chapter of their own lives. So with that in mind, here are some of the early years education activities that you can be doing with your one, two, and three-year-old ahead of school.
By following these top health tips for new moms, you are protecting yourself from illness, injury, or burnout. This is crucial for both your well-being and the ongoing welfare of your new baby. So while you are taking care of a brand new life, never neglect taking care of yourself too.
After school can feel like a little bit of a slog. Filling the time with games and educational activities can be a great way to break the time up. While also doing something productive. So with that in mind, here are some of the educational games and activities you can do after school.
Even as an adult, you wouldn’t enjoy sitting through an hour-long lecture learning a subject that didn’t interest you or seem relevant.
It’s not uncommon nowadays to see a toddler playing on an iPad for hours on end, but what if this new way of life is having a sinister underlying effect on your child’s mental health? What if your child is addicted to video games?
It is easy to relay the alphabet yourself, but aside from repetition and just saying it over and over, there must be more engaging and stimulating ways to teach your child to read and write the letters of the alphabet. Thankfully, there are a few different things you can try. I have found eight ways that you can do this.
Homework can often be an unpleasant thing to do. What child actively wants to come home after a day in school and continue with their studies? Not every child will enjoy doing their homework, but thankfully, many will understand that it is just part and parcel of school life.
Everybody learns differently. Or, at least, that’s the theory put forward in the VARK model – a theory gaining traction with several education experts. In this post, let’s zero in on reading and writing learners. Here are four tips parents can follow to support and encourage their word-loving learners.
With the evenings becoming darker & darker, my mind is slowly starting to think about Christmas (I’m sorry, I said it!!). This will be my youngest child’s second Christmas & (fingers crossed!) we won’t be in lockdown this year, so there is a lot to celebrate. I thought I would jot down some potential gift ideas for my little one, which would be great gift inspiration for any under 2’s.