The Value Of Teaching Children Respect For Others

One of the most important virtues a child can have is respect. Being respectful of others and their values and beliefs can ensure that they develop positive relationships with their family, friends, and those in their communities throughout their life. There are many ways to teach children the importance of respecting others and it all… continue reading »

6 New Year’s Resolutions For Kids

Just like adults, kids also have individual goals and they need to make new resolutions each year for positive personal growth. They want to have the feeling of achievement and to see positive changes in their lives. Having said that, it is the responsibility of parents to make sure their children stay on the right… continue reading »

Fun Holiday Recipes That Children Can Make

The holiday season is a time for families to come together, create new traditions, and spend some time enjoying the Christmas break. This is more important than ever this year as social distancing, face masks, and lockdowns have changed the way we work, play and learn. One of the best ways for families to come… continue reading »

Three Ways Children Can Burn Energy On A Rainy Day

When it comes to doing workouts and burning calories, it is not always necessary to go outside. If it’s rainy all day, the whole family can exercise at home indoors. Children should burn calories and use more energy to maintain physical fitness. Children don’t have to be a total sloth on a rainy day as… continue reading »

Day Out Ideas For Half-Term

While it seems almost as if school has just recently begun, half-term is almost upon us and that has many parents searching for ways to keep their children occupied and entertained while on break. If this situation sounds familiar to you, keep reading as we are going to take a look at some fun day… continue reading »

4 Healthy Snack Ideas For Your Child’s School Lunch

Other than regular meals at home and during school, children also need healthy snacks for proper nutritional intake. Many common kids’ snacks often have low nutritional values, because they are high in simple carbohydrates and fats. Healthy snacks can keep children energised and nourished while at school and they should be included in their lunchbox… continue reading »

How To Reduce Children’s Anxiety For Going Back To School

Young children are like sponges; they soak up suggestions, emotions, and various environmental factors. Because they are not yet exposed to many new experiences, their uncertainty can lead to anxiety. There are many unknown things at school, and children who are just starting, or who are going back this term, don’t always know what to… continue reading »

5 Tips For Choosing A Dentist For Your Special Needs Child

Maintaining proper dental health and hygiene for children with special needs is often more difficult. Parents need to frequently remind special needs children to floss and brush. And, just as any other child, children with special needs also require scheduled dentist visits so dentists can inform parents about the best way to maintain their child’s… continue reading »

5 Ways To Turn Your Children Into Avid Readers

The increased use of digital devices, like smartphones, tablets, computers, smart TV, and gaming consoles, is turning children away from books. The only books many children read are their school textbooks and nothing else. Unfortunately, school textbooks aren’t giving children the same pleasurable experience they can get from reading and adventure story, and this is… continue reading »

Important Children’s Literacy Statistics

One of the most important elements to a child’s development is literacy. Foundations have been created here in the UK and around the world to study the importance of literacy and how we can improve the literacy rate of children throughout the world and they have found some remarkably interesting facts which have given the… continue reading »