It’s Halloween and the best part about it, is costumes! Who doesn’t love dressing up weird and partying. But should you be buying a new costume each year? No one wants to keep reusing the […]
It’s not easy to take a step back from ‘parenting’ and think about what a child expects from you. Now, am not talking about how your son always wants to play video games or hang out online and you mostly have a ‘have you finished your HW? (or something else)’ up your sleeve. What does he really expect from you? Are you living up to his expectations? Should you live up to his expectations? Well, it’s a thin line.
Who’s got time for recycling??
And these super-easy tricks and tips can get you started. Remember: We don’t need one person recycling perfectly, we need millions doing their best!
Sir Ken Robinson encourages schools to cultivate creativity. His radical thinking and case for creativity are worth every minute.
Labelling school supplies is very useful for kids to identify their stuff from among similar ones in school. It is also especially useful when someone in school finds a misplaced, lost or forgotten item and can easily trace it back to the child when there is a name on it!
Bullying means intentionally hurting a person by someone who is, in simple terms, more powerful. It can be physical, verbal or emotional. Although there is some bullying in the adult workplace, bullying most often starts at school as kids.
It is never easy for children to come to terms with a new phase in their lives – SCHOOL. The transformation from carefree preschoolers to responsible first-graders can be quite a change, especially if they are not prepared for it. To avoid facing certain difficulties and wisely preparing children for the first day at school, here are some guidelines.
Little kids have loads of disagreements. Parents with more than one child, usually deal with at least 3 squabbles each day! It can be a case of both kids wanting the same train or a fight about who gets to play with it first. And there’s lots of yelling, kicking, crying, screaming, tantrums, and more, forcing you to step in.
Is your 8-to-10-year-old beginning to get pimples, underarm odor, or other hygiene-related problems? Well, you might not have expected it, but your child is growing up and it’s time to hand over the body care routine to him!
Even if your preteen hasn’t started sweating yet, it is a good age to explain hygiene and body care to him.
Sharing your love of gardening, or starting that love to spend time with your kids is a guaranteed great idea!