Posted on: 03.05.2017.
Author: Ana G
For the parents of teenagers, it may seem that they talk to everyone but them. They spend hours texting, tweeting, with headphones in their ears and behind closed doors. However, it doesn't have to be that way. You can be both the parent and a person of trust for your teenager using these tips.
Posted on: 14.10.2016.
Children tend to be selective listeners most of times, and this can spell trouble in everyday communication. Thankfully, listening is a skill that can be improved. By taking an active role in developing your child's listening skills, you are ensuring that your child becomes a good, active listener. This provides the basis of communication throughout the whole life. The way you communicate with your child plays a big role in how your child will communicate with you and others. We have prepared a list of ways to improve your childs (and even your) listening skills, from providing a good example to doing various fun activities and playing games.
Posted on: 12.08.2016.
Doing chores at home is a great practice exercise for what your child will need to do as a grown-up. Chores help your kids to learn essential life skills that they will need for living independently. They also help your kids to develop a work ethic. However, getting kids to do their chores is a common argument in almost every home.
Posted on: 27.05.2016.
In today's digital age, a typical child spends only an average of 30 minutes playing outside every day. Due to demands at school, hours of structured activities and tutoring and the time spent on electronic devices, kids aren’t getting outside enough to move their bodies, commune with nature and breathe the fresh air. Some kids spend as much time at school and doing homework as their parents spend at work. While children are gaining in book smarts, they are missing out on the benefits of spending time in free play.