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.
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.
After half of a year of remote work in a house full of kids, you probably already ran out of fresh ideas for kid-friendly activities at home and developed hatred toward Baby Shark. But sometimes, finding something new requires looking closely at things you do daily.
Choosing great gifts for a nine-year-old girl can be difficult. Here’s a great selection of great gifts that your little girl will surely love. You’ll find everything from clothing and accessories to craft kits and board games. From small gifts and sock stuffing to important gifts for special girls, there’s something here for your entire budget.
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.
Raising a child can be challenging, but if you look at it from the child’s perspective, it seems even more confusing and daunting, especially for kids in their tween and teenage years. These kids are often overwhelmed with the world and the society and are trying to make sense of everything around them and where they stand in all of it, and some kids, in particular, take it harder than others.
The Comic Club, a new monthly subscription service that will not only allow him to receive his own post each month (always an exciting time for a child). But also includes two magazines and an activity sheet that will help him engage with the magazines. Gaining more enjoyment and knowledge than he would normally.
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).