'

Tag Archives | school age children

Hobbies are Healthy

Hobbies benefit children in many ways. It gives a child an opportunity to express themselves, and it allows them to discover themselves and build self-esteem. They are also great educational tools. A child interested in rock collecting learns about geology and science, and a child in writing stories learns about sentence structure and proper grammar. […]

Continue Reading » 0
Young girl putting coin into piggy bank smiling

Teaching Kids about Money

My younger sister can’t save money for anything. If she gets $20, she goes out and gets her nails done, without any idea how she will pay for the upkeep. Watching her made me realize that I needed to teach my children about money. Give your children an allowance that is age appropriate. For our […]

Continue Reading »
Two little girls - best friends

Choosing good Friends

Friends are an important part of childhood and you want to make sure that your child develops good friendships early on. It’s easiest to help them make the best choices for your children while they are young. Have your children invite their friends to play at your house. This gives you a chance to see […]

Continue Reading »
shutterstock_109114196_mini (1)

Help Your Child’s Interruption Habit

Trying to teach your child not to interrupt can sometimes be an exercise in frustration.  Telling them there’s a time to interrupt (in case of a fire) and a time to not interrupt (boredom) isn’t enough. But putting these principles into practice is easier said than done, especially for a very verbal or high-energy child. […]

Continue Reading »

How to Diffuse a Temper Tantrum

If you haven’t experienced this, you will soon enough. All children, especially toddlers and teenagers, will have at least one temper tantrum in their lifetime (if you’re lucky). For parents, it can be a frustrating time, but you are not without help. Here are some tips to keep the tempers cool. What Is a Temper […]

Continue Reading » 0
How Chore Charts Teach Kids Survival Skills Featured Image

How Chore Charts Teach Kids Survival Skills

It can be very frustrating to ask your child over and over again to complete their chores without them ever getting done. If this describes your house to a T, consider designing a chore chart. Chores might include taking out the garbage, doing the dishes, cleaning their room, helping with the preparation of family meals, […]

Continue Reading » 0
March goals (11)

4 Tips for Your Child’s Academic Success

Academic success is important in a child’s life as it will help to shape their future. There are many things you can do to help your child succeed and they all start at home. Keeping track of your child’s school activities, setting up a consistent routine, ensuring that they have enough rest, and making sure […]

Continue Reading » 1