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4 tips to improve reading comprehension

March 14, 2021

Reading comprehension goes far beyond schooling and remains one of the essential skills to develop in your children.   Children with strong comprehension can deduce what they read by combining reading with thinking and reasoning. It takes practice, time, and patience to develop reading comprehension skills.    Use these four tips to help your children improve…

Zoom Meeting Etiquette for Kids

February 5, 2021

A combination of classroom-based and online learning is the mainstay for the foreseeable future and perhaps beyond. While our children are using video conferencing platforms such as Zoom to communicate with teachers and friends more often, we should educate them on some etiquette guidelines to observe when on these platforms. Here are some tips for…

How to Create a Successful Morning Routine for School

January 8, 2021

Those first mornings of the school year can be tricky. But if you don’t get an efficient school morning routine in place as the kids go back to school, it may not get better later in the school year.   1. Wake Up Early On the first days back to school, start your school morning…

5 Ways to help with your Children’s Organisation Skills

December 3, 2020

Let us look at five ways to help your children keep things organised in a breeze in the new school year.   1. Dedicate one homework space To boost organisation and productivity, you can help to establish one (and only one) quiet, uncluttered homework space for your children – whether it’s in their room or…

How to build resilience in children?

November 7, 2020

Nurturing resilience in children enables them to emerge from challenging experiences with a positive sense of themselves and their future. Here are some ways you can instil resilience in your young ones.   1. Build resilience through positive relationships The presence of a supportive parent can lead children through adversity. Research has shown that in…