THIS teenager has never been a parent, but she has some VERY interesting tips for people who are — and we think she’s on to something. I HAVE not birthed a child, held one in my arms, and felt what it is like to see my own creation. I have not become a parent. But …
Being anxious is a natural thing in any child's development and an important factor in their future character building. The article below for worrywisekids.org gives parents some key points for supporting children on understanding their feelings to overcome stress and anxiety.
Moving from Early Years to Primary is a critical milestone for your child's academic journey and a big concern for many parents, and youngparents.com has published 6 great tips for Primary children parents on what they can do to help their child have a happier adjustment to primary years.
The article below by Child Care Resource Center will provide Early Years parents with helpful information of each of a child's major age milestones from birth to 5 years old, so that parents can prepare to help their child develop new skills and reach their full potential.
Research shows that positive family involvement contributes to a child’s success. Here are some steps suggested by the parenttoolkit website that parents can take to enhance the foundation of a child’s social and academic development.