It’s the middle of summer. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic that meant your kids were out of school but at camp or other activities. Now that our lives have changed in ways we never could have foreseen, your kids might be stuck at home, doing schoolwork online or already returning to in-person school to make up for time lost. You may even be dealing with multiple scenarios.
As parents, we love to see our children happy and excited. Perhaps one of the most exciting days of the year for the child is on their birthday. To have the most ultimate kid’s birthday party ever, consider including these five tips and tricks.
We have been taught to believe that some people are born talented or intelligent and are bound to do better than others. That is not true. And definitely not what we should be teaching our kids. Our abilities and personal potential are limitless. The only thing that limits us is our attitude and mindset.
This article discusses ways of raising emotionally intelligent kids. The article was written solely to provide parents with tips for making their kids acquire soft skills to build emotional intelligence.
Having a small kid at home is never easy when it comes to sleep. From the moment they are born until the moment they leave home for college, you’ll always worry about them waking up, having nightmares, or staying out late. However, there is a period of time, when everything seems fine – when your child becomes a toddler and starts sleeping peacefully. Up until he or she doesn’t.
You’re planning to hold a jungle-themed party for your kid, complete with wild forest decorations, jungle-inspired food, animal print plates, and of course, animal costumes. The dilemma is you want the party to be really great, but you don’t want to overspend. You want some helpful ideas on how to set the scene. Read on as we guide you in hosting a fun jungle-themed party that is inexpensive yet very creative.
The summer is classically seen as a time for fun and relaxation. However, for a busy parent, it can be anything but. The lack of a structured school schedule and organized extracurricular activities can leave a family feeling scattered. The warmer weather and time spent outdoors can lead to a host of seasonal ailments. If you’re not prepared for it, the summer can be full of a host of different woes.
Practicing good oral and dental hygiene is extremely important for people of all ages. This includes children, which need to get into the habit at a young age of brushing and flossing their teeth. Unfortunately, brushing and flossing are something that many kids do not enjoy doing. While it may not be their favorite activity, there are several tips that can be followed to help get your kids to brush their teeth and take oral health seriously.
The recent pandemic displayed the importance of family preparation. Many parents became teachers, playmates, and medical aids without prior training or knowledge. The uncertainty of the world helps families learn and grow, developing new skills in anticipation of anything.
Getting your child to embrace their creativity has never been easy. Like all other qualities, however, creativity is nurtured, and it is your sole responsibility to bring out the best from that little artist. Luckily, there are plenty of prompts for kids methods that you could borrow from and use as your guideline with your child. Here are some art prompts that will aid you in training your child and give you an idea on how to formulate your customized prompts for your child, depending on their likes and dislikes.