Most children today have tablets and games consoles, filled with downloadable content. Even if they do read, many of the books they see are on a screen. While you may encourage them to read and even spend time reading with them, how often do you take them to the library? Probably not as often as your own parents took you. Despite the declining usage of libraries and government cuts meaning many local libraries are closing,
This past school year I noticed my 3rd grader was struggling with believing in his capabilities to embrace and achieve new things. The simplest “no” or unsuccessful attempt would result in him being sullen and holding back tears.
As his mom, of course I want him to be self-confident and willing to embrace the new and different. I honestly believe that self-confidence is a key component of success in life. It’s, also, something I have struggled with throughout my life and want better for my children.
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I can’t even believe it’s time for me to start contemplating this. It seems like just yesterday we were in middle school creating a savings plan for his first car. In my mind that was decades away. But. Here we are. This summer my oldest baby will be celebrating his 16th birthday and I am being bombarded with the question from family and friends,
As parents, we have an important role when it comes to our kid’s education. For one thing, they listen to us and want to impress us. Therefore, they are more likely to work hard if we encourage them. Also, we are the ones at home who can ensure they do complete their homework. However, it can be easier said than done to make sure they do it after a long day at school. Therefore, here are some easy ways to ensure your child completes their homework on time and gets a top grade.
As a parent, you’ve got a lot on your plate and the burden of many responsibilities. You need to look after your home. You need to take care of your kids. In many cases, you’re going to be bringing money into the family, and in some cases, it could just be you on your own.
After a hard day at work, it can be easy to want to shut-off and relax,
As moms, we are always trying to guide our kids to do the best they can at school. For one thing, you need to ensure they have a good night’s rest. That way, they will head to school ready to learn for the day. And you need to check they have completed their homework. After all, you want them to get good grades in their subjects. There are some things you can do as part of their morning routine to boost their learning at school.
Disclosure: This article is a sponsored conversation on establishing a morning routine for your tween on behalf of Tiny Toast Cereal and in partnership with Acorn Influence. I have received compensation for sharing with my community. All words, experiences and opinions are mine.
Believe it or not, it’s time to start thinking about returning to school already. While the official start of school is just about a month away, we know it takes time to establish routines and patterns –