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What to do at home so your kids do well at school

November 11, 2019

Student achievement has been found to be most influenced by parents’ aspirations and expectations for their children’s development along with active involvement in their learning. Parents must be supporters and there are simple things a parent can do to ensure a child is well-adjusted and ready to learn in a school environment. These expectations and […]

 
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Here’s how to get kids to remember times tables

November 2, 2019

Lots of kids have trouble remembering their times tables. Learning them by rote can mean a child can accurately recite the times tables, but has no idea what the numbers actually mean or how to apply this knowledge in a Math problem. Practice is essential to effective learning, but it is important to keep a […]

 
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Five things every guilty parent needs to know.

November 1, 2019

It’s the guilty secret many parents are reluctant to admit aloud: no matter how much you love your kids, being a parent can make you feel bad. But Google knows you’re not alone. Look up the phrase guilty parent and you’ll get more than 70 million results. Unfortunately, most of that advice is based on […]

 
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3 Things that help improve your kids’ exam results (besides studying)

October 30, 2019

As parents, we all have worried about our child’s academic results at one time or the other. To help the parents, we have listed a very helpful article here. Parents are requested to go through it and also encourage their kids to read and implement the tips mentioned here, especially since this article is addressed […]

 
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Here’s what to know about Homework and help your child.

October 19, 2019

Many parents and educators view homework as an important indicator of classroom rigor. The Back-to Basic Movement, which emphasizes the need for schools to teach basic academic skills in particular, has increased the emphasis on homework as a measure of a school’s success. In fact, many parents and students judge the difficulty of a course […]

 
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Talking to kids about emotions is important

October 14, 2019

Pop culture parenting styles like “Helicopter” and “Snowplow” have received a lot of recent media attention. Such coverage tends to overlook the findings of decades of parenting research. Much of this research traces back to Diana Baumrind’s pioneering work in the 1960s. This identified the connection between parents who exercised control, were communicative and nurturing […]

 
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Why you should teach your child to love Math?

October 11, 2019

Literacy is an essential life skill. Not being able to read or write means missing out on a large part of life and being cut off from vital information. Most people would be embarrassed about being illiterate. However, It’s not the same with innumeracy. “I’m terrible at math,” we admit cheerfully. “I’ve just got no head for numbers,” […]

 
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How to identify early signs of eating disorder in your kids?

September 24, 2019

Eating disorders like anorexia, bulimia, binge-eating disorders affect a large population between the ages of 14 to 30. Body images issues, instances of shaming and bullying on social media can drive people to problems and even impact their mental health. However, what many don’t realize is that the disorder stems from adolescence, just when kids […]

 
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How to win back your kids?

September 18, 2019

Many parents may be troubled by the angry out-bursts by their kids. This is exactly what happened to the author Gabor Mate. When Gabor Maté’s eldest son was eight, his angry outbursts troubled his parents so much that they took him to see the renowned developmental psychologist, Gordon Neufeld. He talked to Maté and his […]

 
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Being in the moment and enjoying parenthood

September 13, 2019

Could we go down in history as the generation that forgot to enjoy our kids? It’s a shocking indictment, but the evidence is mounting: recent research found that parents become happier when their children have left home, while another study earlier this year found that working mothers with two children are 40% more stressed than […]

 
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