Your Child's Teacher and You
Let's face it. Most children do not breeze through the school years without problems. There are bound to be issues with grades, homework, behavior, a classmate or even a particular teacher's approach to dealing with the kids under her charge. Here are some points to keep in mind when such a situation arises and parent-teacher collaboration is necessary.
My Teacher Hates Me
At some point, most kids come home complaining that their teacher picks on them or that they hate their teacher. So don't be too alarmed when you hear those first complaints. It's completely normal for children to feel frustrated with their teachers at some point during their school years.
Effective Study Skills
This article shares some useful insights into to your child's study world. As a busy parent, these points may not have come to your awareness. Following a certain structure and some strategies can do wonders and get you results.
Encouraging your child to read
Reading, is considered by most experts, to be one of the most important habits you can instill in your children. A child who is a good reader has a tremendous advantage at school. Take out few minutes to learn some new ideas as to how to get your child reading more.
First Day of School
Time flew by and none of us realized how fast they had grown up. We stand there wondering what it will be like, for them and for us. Will they refuse? Will there be unbearable cries and pleas to be taken back home? Or worse, will they walk on and not look back? The first day of school breeds anxiety, and tensions rise high as both parents and child wonder what is going to happen next.
Colouring and Painting
Easy to do activities for your children as they explore their creativity. Help children learn to think out of the box to make simple patterns and fun craft.
Make Holidays Memorable and Fun
You may have started thinking of ways to keep your child entertained, occupied, and out of trouble during summer holidays. Learn how to make holidays more fun and productive for your child.
Scrap It - Before They Scrap It!
Help your child/children know their family tree, the source of their existence, why they are the way they are, etc. This article can be helpful to learn how to put those little hands and minds to work so that they have fun as well as stay connected to their roots.
Saving Your Child's Artwork
There are different ways to customize and appreciate your child's art work. Using the simple ideas mentioned in this article not only helps in sorting out the clutter but also shows your child that you love them and that their work is valuable.
Collecting Material for your Childs Art
Collecting recycled items to use for crafts gives children an endless supply of creative materials. This section explores some of the materials which you and you child may use while embarking upon a wonderful journey of artistic inventions.