As we celebrate Read a Book Day (6 September), let's escape into the world of fiction or non-fiction and learn something new. A great day for encouraging others to read a book and share the different benefits that are associated with reading, which is listed below
For the health, safety, and protection of your kids, different district decided to have a COVID-19 (Coronavirus)-related school closures. If you are worried that you don’t have any idea what to do to keep your kids busy while at home, listed below are some ideas:
Do you think technology is helping or harming children’s development? It’s long been proven that healthy social skills are born from healthy face-to-face interactions. For those children in their formative years, these interactions allow for understanding and interpreting non-verbal skills, forming relations with others and learning empathy.But, the amount of time people are spending on digital screens is beginning to affect the way social skills are being taught and understood, especially for younger children.
Your child is going through a lot of changes and development in every milestone he/she faces. As a parent, we always want the best for our baby, and we can give the world, we will. The good news is there are toys that your child can own that will help him/her improve his/her cognitive, physical, emotional, and spiritual abilities.
Even in the digital age, board games are still very important to a child's playtime. Board games can help develop social and emotional skills, logic and reasoning, critical and creative thinking, and boost a child's confidence in relation to learning concepts. Find out why Anna Milne sees value in a child's exposure to board games.
Some children are naturally sociable while others need to be encouraged/trained to socialize. The art of socializing isn’t, however, mastered in a single day. Teaching your kids to communicate well is the first step to helping them be friendly human beings. Luke Baker, a Sydney based writer, outlines some of the ways in which you can encourage your kids to be sociable.
As we all know, back to school is always a big transition for your child and for parents. To help you and your child prepare for the new school year, here are our 10 top tips for back to school to get you prepared!
Junior Learning's Rainbow Timersare an excellent visual reference for understanding time, as well as setting limits to events and activities. There are three timers - 1 minute, 2 minutes, and 5 minutes. We've put together a list of ten creative ways that these timers can be used.
Let your kids disconnect from their gadgets and have an exciting summer that will become one of the most unforgettable and cherished experiences of their life. Kim Tiu discusses the top ten benefits of Summer Camp!