The different seasons will all bring their own flavor of weather. Whatever you get, there will always be plenty of choices for activities with your little one. Rainy days may feel a little disappointing at first. After all, most preschoolers would prefer to be outside running, jumping, climbing and riding. Fortunately, we’ve collated a few of the best rainy day activities you can do to keep your tiny tot entertained indoors: Read More
As parents, we are a big part of our kids’ learning and development. Teachers play an important role in this. But learning starts in the home from birth. And it continues until long after your kids have left home. There are many ways to support your children through their schooling. Read More
One of the top things people think about doing after they finish school is to go to university. It’s a great way of furthering your skills so you can go down a specific career path. It also gives you some life experience and a chance to be independent. Once you have decided to go to university, you need to think about what you need to take. Here is what you need to take with you when you decide to go to university.
I’m having a mixed feeling this coming school year.
My three grade schoolers went back to their previous school, at Lord’s Jewels Christian School. Among the many grade school they’ve been, this is the school that they want to go back with especially when they see the activities they used to do there — and it happened.
When your kids are in the early stages of their lives, you need to make sure your bathroom is childproof. That doesn’t mean you can’t allow them in there, but there are a few things they need to stay away from. Otherwise, you’ll be putting their health at risk, especially if you’re not keeping a constant eye on them. There are hazardous chemicals in there, and the risk of drowning is a very real one. Let’s look at a few ways to keep them safe.