From games and puzzles to creative projects and challenges, there’s something for everyone. Whether your goal is to build teamwork and problem-solving skills or simply to have a good time with friends, these indoor group activities are sure to keep you entertained for hours on end. So, grab a group of friends and get ready to have some fun!
The third trimester of pregnancy brings with it a myriad of sleep-related changes and struggles. If your Zzzzz’s are being disturbed by insomnia, frequent trips to the loo and an uncomfortable burning sensation in your chest, you’re not alone. The good news is, there are ways to improve your sleep quality if you are experiencing difficulties during the later stages of pregnancy.
Anger management techniques and healthy ways to deal with aggressive behaviour give troubled teens a productive way to control feelings that are often caused by stress and hormones. When anger goes unchecked, decisions become reactive and logical reasoning goes out the door.
Some of the reasons why parent bloggers can enable people to feel less alone, help in a very uncertain new time and reach out to people. Not to mention the benefits that you may experience.
Teenagers should know how to behave while using the internet and identify unacceptable online content. Above all, they should know the proper steps to take if they encounter something dangerous online.
Did you know that studies show that children who go to Montessori schools show steeper growth and advancement than those that attend regular schools? Montessori students often have greater social cognition, increased problem-solving capabilities, better executive function and enjoyed school more than others.
As a parent, you are most likely to play a massive role of witness and guide to the growth of your teen’s maturation and self-identity formation. It is essential for you to understand how you can support the growth of your teen and help them create a strong, positive sense of both self and identity as you know by now that identity is a personal journey your teen will navigate mainly on their own.
As a parent, how can you ensure that your child gets as much out of their educational journey as possible? Are there things that you can help with or encourage to make the transition between high school and independent student life a little easier?
The GCSEs are now completed and it is time to start preparing for sixth form or attending a post-16 college. With all children and young adults are required in England to be in a form of education until they are 18, this guide will help you prepare them for the next step in their education and how different life can be in Sixth Form and/or college education.
What would happen to your family if you were rendered unable to work due to serious illness or injury? What if your side of the family income disappeared? This is why every parent and every working person should consider income protection insurance.