Packing lunches for kids is an art, everyone knows is difficult to get the kids to eat healthy, even in breakfast, so most parents just read some stand mixer reviews, get one and prepare their children pancakes so they eat something healthy. And while we still drool over the lunches our own parent’s packed for us while we were little, you will know how hard it really is to keep things interesting, delicious and most importantly healthy for your child when you pack their lunches. Continue reading Healthy Toddler Lunch Ideas
These days it is not easy for us to accept that our children can wander the streets, go to a mall or even visit their friends without supervision. Continue reading Internet Safety For Your Child
Puberty is an important milestone of anyone’s life and so is talking about the issues of puberty. Children today are exposed to information banks on TV and the internet that points directly to relationships and sex. Continue reading Talking To Your Child About Puberty
Anger in children is a subject we need to seriously talk about. Dealing with an angry child is a challenge to parents as well as teachers who are committed to bring up the child in the best constructive and ethical guidance. What do we know about children’s anger- the contributing factors and how to manage them during this emotional state? Continue reading Helping Children Deal With Anger
Math isn’t exactly everyone’s cup of tea, and it’s often the most dreaded subject at school for kids. They grow up thinking math is tricky, but it doesn’t have to be that way. With the right encouragement and support, your child can easily pick up the skills needed to progress in mathematics. Continue reading 6 Ways to Help Children Develop Better Mathematical Skills
Kindergarten is a completely new phase in the lives of our little tots. Here’s how you can prepare your child before he/she starts school. Continue reading Training Children for Kindergarten, Preparing for the First Day at School
Teaching our children how to express the way he or she feels is essential in developing his emotional skills and balance. And I find the most beautiful thing to teach our little one is how to understand, feel and express love. Continue reading How to teach kids to love – Article for parents
Sibling Rivalry: Do you dread school holidays? Do you feel like running out of the house when your children are at home? Do you find yourself acting as a moderator in a boxing match? Continue reading Sibling Rivalry, Top Tips For Parents Not To Lose Their Sanity
In the modern world, you are what you look, what you speak and do. We cannot overemphasize how important it is to look good, speak politely and be helpful to people. In a world where soft skills are becoming increasingly important, every parent has to teach their children how to look, behave and act politely, with good manners and etiquette. Continue reading Etiquette and manners every kid should learn, say the magic words
Living with a child with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can be overwhelming and frustrating. Continue reading Tips For Parents To Deal With ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), ADHD in Children
Almost every morning before school, Jamie, 9, will scream, cry, throw a temper tantrum and do anything possible to stay home. “He’ll go on whining and crying, ‘I don’t feel good. I don’t want to go to school,” say his parents, Suzie and Bob, who report that they have hit the wall with his behaviour. Continue reading What to do when your kid says “I don’t want to go to school!”
Sex Education : Did you know that there are 116,000 searches conducted on the internet every day for child pornography?
In the age of information and communication explosion, when a major chunk of life of both adults and children are lived out on the social media, the average age at which a child first sees porn is 11, according to the latest statistics on pornography on the internet. Continue reading Sex Education for Children: Why, What, When and How?