The years go by so fast, and in a blink of an eye, you may have gotten to this moment. But while it is emotional, it is also a big change and a new chapter for you and your little one. So you may be wondering how to prepare your child for starting school and what you can do. With that in mind, here are some of the things to consider.
You can argue that now there’s a lot more segregation in the world, but it’s so important for us to teach our children about differences and identity, so we are able to embrace those differences in life. Here are some things that you should try.
Life can be so busy and often we don’t realise that small acts of kindness can not only make us feel good, but they can transform someone’s day. However, as we go about our daily lives, where can you Create Your Own Kindness? It is easier than you might think
Family life can be one of two things. You can be riding the wave feeling positive, motivated, and feeling like everyone is happy and thriving. Or you can be stood there feeling like the waves are crashing on you. Overwhelmed, exhausted, and struggling. There often doesn’t seem to be a happy medium, which can be frustrating.
Time management is one of the skills your child should definitely learn in life. It can be quite hard to teach the importance of time to your kids. There are some tips and tricks you need to keep in mind while you train kids to manage their time wisely.
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.
Picture the scene! You are walking out to the park, the sun is shining, the sky is blue, and you are feeling pretty good about things. Your hands are free, your children are off in front of you with their wind in their hair, and they are whizzing around on their scooters. Laughter is all you hear, and a smile comes across your face. Oh to be young and to feel that little rush of speed on a scooter like your children. So what is stopping you?
A few years ago private tuition was just a rare luxury few could afford. These days, however, it seems that most children currently have or have had a tutor at some point during their education. If you’re clueless about the benefits of private tuition (or are a little suspicious about tuition in general), we’ve put together a few reasons why it’s worth giving private tuition a chance.
A tween, or a pre-teen, is a real transitional phase when it comes to your children. They are not quite a teenager, but they don’t want to be treated like a young child anymore. While you want to encourage them to be grown-up, you also need to be mindful that in some cases they might not be at the right age to do it. It is all about finding a balance while keeping calm in the home.
This type of parent-child relationship takes time to build. You don’t become best friends with your child overnight – you just develop the right practices that will bring you closer to them. So, here are some habits that you can dive into to strengthen your bond.