Helping your kids with their homework is a great way to keep your brain active as a parent, but most homes don’t have dedicated homework space. There are many reasons why this is the case, from there not being enough space to simply not thinking about it. However, if you have a spare room or area of your home that isn’t being used for anything functional, a homework room could be the answer. This can greatly benefit your child, so it’s important to know how to design the perfect space.
Dads, as you know, your children’s early development stages are crucial. You may be wondering how you can help them grow and develop in the best way possible. In this blog post, we will give you some tips on how to do just that! Keep reading for information on how to help with your child’s physical development, cognitive development, emotional development, and social development.
As a good parent, you need to keep an eye on what interests your children, and the sorts of things that they show an interest in. All children have hobbies, and being able to nurture these can come with so many long-term benefits for your child. This is why you have to look at some of the best ways of being able to achieve this moving forward. There are a lot of different options out there in terms of hobbies for your kids, and this can be a trial and error process when you’re just starting out.
At one point in time, your children will have access to a mobile phone or own one themselves. Access to a mobile phone can mean a lot of things; connect with their friends outside of school, play fun and educational games, use the internet to conduct research, and much more. However, there is a dark side of the web that parents and children alike need to be attuned to, to ensure everyone is safe from its potentially harmful effects. Unfortunately, the risks that come with using a mobile device are quite high and are often hard to spot as they are disguised in innocent websites and games.
Let’s face it, kids more than ever are so reliant on screens. This includes phones, tablets, TV, computers, and handheld gaming consoles too. Sure, unlimited time on electronics is going to keep your child pretty busy. But is this healthy for them?
Not exactly, it’s important to set limits on screen time for your children. Something like this may be a tad difficult in a screen-filled world like ours. But in the end, it’s better to have it this way. Here are some tips for limiting your children’s screen time. Continue reading →
Winter is the most wonderful time of the year. As soon as Halloween is over many of us start getting into the festive spirit and whether we are preparing for a thanksgiving feast or counting down to Christmas, there are so many fun and festive things to do.
As a family, if you have some free time this winter and you are looking for the perfect way to spend it – allow us to help you find some amazing activities to do. Here are some great ideas for ways to spend your winter this year.
Once you have kids, almost everything they do will be a new memory for you. You’ll remember the vast majority of these for the rest of your life. That’s especially true of their firsts, such as their first day in school.
You might want your child to remember as many of these occasions. Outside of planning special occasions, you mightn’t know how to make memories with your kids. You’re not the only person to be in this position.
Countless other parents have been in the same situation. As a result, a few tips and tricks have been developed that should be effective.
It is never easy discussing difficult topics with kids, especially when they are on the younger side. However, you cannot shield them from these topics forever, and there will be one day where you need to sit down with them and answer any questions they have. One topic that is certain to crop up is death, and they might want to know more about their grandparents or other relatives they did not meet or cannot remember. They want to learn about them and feel closer to them, and these ideas can help you and them celebrate loved ones’ lives.
As a parent, you know how difficult it can be to find time for your hobbies. Between work and taking care of kids, the idea of finding personal interests or pursuing passions often pushed aside.
How do you show your child that you love them? You know the answer to this question, but sometimes it can be hard to say the words when you feel like your kid is doing so well.