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How to Make Family Dinners Awesome

by Tania Cowling March 21st, 2020| Elementary, Seasonal
Mealtimes should be happy routines for your kids. Remember that pleasant eating experiences are just as important as nutritious foods. At this age, the kiddos are developing their food habits and attitudes – hopefully good ones, although sometimes the dinner table can be a battleground between kids and their parents.

Age-appropriate Responsibilities for Your Kids Regarding the Family Pet

by Editorial Team February 28th, 2020| Elementary





Many parents struggle to decide when the best time is to get a family pet. Should they wait until their kids are older and better equipped to cope with the responsibility of taking care of an animal? Or should they get

The Guitars Kids Will Love

by Editorial Team October 24th, 2019| Elementary





Kids are the father of new innovations, creativity, and inventions. Adults should nurture the hidden talents of children, right from the start, and provide them with proper guidance and support them so that they can achieve their dreams and ambitions in life. Childhood is

How to Look After Your Family After An Accident at Work

by Editorial Team May 15th, 2019| Elementary





One of the most important things that may be on your mind when you have an accident at work is how to look after your family while you are injured. This is particularly urgent if you have to spend a lot of time off work

How to Socialize Your New Pet

by Editorial Team March 25th, 2019| Elementary





The first couple of months in your puppy’s life help shape their personality and how they deal with people, places, and things they encounter when they’re an adult. One of the most important things you can do to ensure they grow into a well-adjusted and friendly dog

Can You Claim Compensation for Being Assaulted?

by Editorial Team March 13th, 2019| Elementary





If you have been assaulted resulting in physical or psychological injuries that are having negative impact on your life, you may be able to claim compensation to help make your life easier. 





Assault compensation can be used to pay for medical

How to Make Moving Home Easier for Children

by Editorial Team March 13th, 2019| Elementary





It’s an exciting and scary time when families move to a new home. Whether you’re just moving across town or going somewhere more distant, there’s a lot to remember. While adults have a lot of prep to do, the younger members of

Best 3 Multiplication Apps for Learning Time Tables Fast

by Editorial Team March 4th, 2019| Elementary





Learning times tables doesn’t have to be boring. In fact, there are hundreds if not thousands of apps that integrate math lessons into games to make learning math fun and exciting. However, with so many apps to choose from, it can be

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Fun Ideas for Your Child and the Kidsitter

by Tania Cowling February 25th, 2019| Elementary, Entertainment
Elementary kids, ages six to nine, don’t like the term babysitter, as they feel they are too old to be cared for like babies and yet they are too young to stay home alone. So instead parents can call a kidsitter to spend time with their children when they

How to Give Your Kids the Best Start in Life

by Editorial Team February 5th, 2019| Elementary





It’s what every parent wants; to provide for their children and get them off to a good start in life. It’s also something people can have very different ideas about, depending on their own philosophies; you might believe that academic success is the

Saving Options for Children in the UK: Junior ISAs and SIPPs

by Editorial Team January 21st, 2019| Elementary

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Many parents in the UK have a desire to save money for their children, but their ability to do so varies greatly. According to a recent survey, the average savings per child is £561 per year,

How You Can Help Your Kids Grow Up to Be Healthy

by Editorial Team November 23rd, 2018| Elementary
Kids, especially when they are smaller, need guidance from their parents. It is up to you to steer them on a path where they grow up to be healthy and responsible adults. However, there is more to consider than only the education component.

Parents must lead by example in everything that
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