Ah, the familiar scent of new notebooks and freshly sharpened pencils, the sound of school buses rumbling down the street—back to school season is upon us! As parents, we’re simultaneously relieved and apprehensive, while our kids might be feeling a mixture of excitement and dread. Fear not, dear readers! In this blog post, we’ll equip you with an arsenal of survival tips for both parents and kids to tackle the upcoming school year with confidence and ease.Continue reading "Back to School Survival Guide: Tips for Parents and Kids"
Is your child struggling in school? They might be having difficulty with a particular subject or they could be struggling with all their lessons across the board. Regardless of the situation, it’s important to understand why your child could be having issues in school. Here are a few of the possibilities that you need to address or be aware of as a parent.Continue reading "Why Can Kids Struggle At School?"
School is very important to any child. The early education that a person goes through can influence the course of their life for a very long time, and this is only becoming more crucial as time goes by. Of course, though, not every child has the same chances when they are at school. Making sure that your child’s school is able to meet their needs can be challenging, but this article is here to help you to tailor their experience when they first get started in education. Any child can find success when they have the right support and guidance.Continue reading "Challenging Children: Tailoring School To Your Child’s Needs"
You may think that your teen is past needing your parental help and guidance by the time they make it to high school. However, nothing could be further from the truth. Keep reading to find out more.Continue reading "4 Crucial Things Your Child Needs Support With In High School"
As a parent, reaching out to your child to let them know that you are here for them can make a great deal of difference. Learning to let go of some of the structures in life and make every day count is a new lesson to learn together. IContinue reading "Can You Use School At Home To Reconnect With Your Teen Under COVID?"
As they begin to manage their own money, high schoolers can build credit, and start investing in the stock market. Help them understand the ins and outs of moving into this next stage of life through:Continue reading "High School: Build Credit Knowledge and Begin Investing"
The last thing that we are going to want to hear as a parent is that our child is finding it hard to get to grips with their learning. Despite our best efforts, there are a variety of reasons why a child may find school hard. They may be a quick fix, or they may be something that is going to take longer to work on.Continue reading "How to Help Your Failing Child Succeed at School"
Keeping the children entertained on their school break isn’t always easy. They might be happy to sit in their rooms and play video games for hours, but you might want them to keep things fresh and have fun in other ways. There’s nothing wrong with binge-watching Netflix shows or gaming, but you might not want your kids to shut themselves away for the entire break. Still, you can come up with fun ways to make your children’s school break special, whether you have kids around 5 years of age, 15 years of age, or both. These are some fun ideas for the children on their next school break.Continue reading "Fun Ideas For The Children On Their Next School Break"
The back-to-school season is equal parts tiring and fun. There’s so much to do, but through it, all is the exciting buzz of anticipation for the school year ahead. The younger your children are, the more opportunities there are to create back-to-school traditions that will make the end of August something to look forward to rather than panic about. By planning as much as possible, you can make the transition enjoyable rather than stressful.Continue reading "Tips to Help Back-to-School Go Smoothly"
The bells have chimed, and kids are ready to make their way back to school. Summer breaks don’t only bring a change in the routine of children but their mums as well. Women find themselves busier figuring out how to keep their kids entertained during vacations. At the same time, they also have to make sure that they complete their homework, sleep at bedtime, and all their needs are met. Once the little ones head back to school, life can feel a little empty.Continue reading "8 Productive Ways to Spend Your Free Time While the Kids are Back In School"