After a year unlike any other, parents need fun activities that keep children mentally stimulated. Depending on the vaccine rollout and new COVID-19 cases where you live, staying indoors may be the safest option. Here are a few indoor activities you can keep in mind to make sure your kids have a fun and productive summer.
Independent learning comes with benefits worth considering. It motivates students to learn and improve their organisational and time management skills. Moreover, it enhances their academic performance while increasing their confidence levels.
Handwriting can often be a tough thing for many children to grasp. It can feel tedious and boring to some kids, and often getting your children to practice can feel like a bit of a battle. What can you do to ensure that you encourage handwriting practice and raise your child’s confidence levels? Here are some of the tips that could help.
In this extensive gift guide, I have found some incredible gift options for your school age child. I have covered all bases including interactive gifts which will keep them occupied, educational options that will still hold their interest, as well as fun games and playful options.
Indoor games are slowly losing their popularity in recent days, with the advent of smart technology and digital video games for kids. The healthy ritual of sitting down with the family all together and playing indoor games is evaporating and that is not appreciable at all.
Parenting is a complex process, and more often than not, you might find yourself wondering if you’re doing things the right way. You know how the life skills and lessons that your little one learns now will carry on into adulthood, and that doesn’t just include values like honesty and kindness but also important aspects of personality including self-esteem and confidence.
You’ve heard it often! Your children need less screen time, and they need to spend more time outdoors. You know that. But that’s easier said than done right? Our lifestyle habits and digital dependency has made it difficult to get ourselves and our kids to step outside.
If that’s what you’re struggling with, here’s some help. Keep reading to discover 7 simple and actionable ways to encourage your kid for some outdoor play (and possibly you too).