How to Let Your Children Practice Independence

How to Let Your Children Practice Independence

One of our biggest goals as parents is to raise children who will eventually become independent and self-reliant individuals. While your children count on you for nearly everything in early development, as they start to grow they become less reliant…

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Top Educative Activities for Kids

Top Educative Activities for Kids

Educative activities are a great way to help children’s development bloom—all while encouraging them to develop a passion and a hobby that could stick with them for the rest of their lives. There are many different educational activities available for…

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Helping Your Child Transition from Prep to Senior School

Helping Your Child Transition from Prep to Senior School

Starting secondary school is a huge milestone for your child and with it comes many new changes. They will need to get used to new surroundings, new teachers and new friends. They will also need to adjust to a new routine and learn how to take on…

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How to Get the Whole Family Active

How to Get the Whole Family Active

As summer approaches, it’s important to begin getting your entire family outdoors and active. Not only does exercise boost your family’s health, but it also offers a great opportunity to make memories that will last a lifetime. Here are a…

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Encouraging a Good School Routine

Encouraging a Good School Routine

The morning routine can be tough for parents, especially if there’s more than one child. When we’re half asleep, it’s difficult enough sorting ourselves out, let alone the kids as well. However, the key to a care free school run…

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How to Take Your Kids to Work

How to Take Your Kids to Work

When you have children, it can be difficult to balance both your work and your home life, especially if you are the primary caregiver. Although taking your child to work may not seem practical, sometimes this may be the only…

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