Teaching your child to cope with school cliques
TV shows and movies often take us back to the turbulent world of cliques, groups of boys and girls who hang out with each other almost exclusively. Cliques are not necessarily bad, but your child's experience both within as well as outside these social circles can be intense.
Preparing your child for a new sibling
There’s a wealth of information available for parents about bringing home a new baby, but what about when the new baby isn’t your first? Although the arrival of a new sibling brings joy and excitement, it can also jeopardize the sibling’s sense of security, leaving them angry and resentful of the family’s newest addition. Consequently, in addition to getting your home ready for a new baby, it’s important that you also focus on preparing the rest of the family.
Practicing good money habits for kids
Does your child know about saving? The most important thing at the beginning is to make saving fun for your child. Plus, the earlier you start teaching your children to save money, the better off they’ll be. Even toddlers can do it, but you have to teach this concept in a way they’ll understand. Then, as your children grow, you can introduce more sophisticated saving strategies.
Making your home conducive for exams
A parents’ responsibility is to strive to make your home conducive for learning, especially during exam time. The world today is not the same as it was 5 or 10 years ago. Kids now have to contend with so many distractions, and they have learned to multi-task which has some advantages but also has lots of disadvantages, losing focus as one of those. How can we ensure that our kids are able to maximize the home environment that we provide for them with the good school grades as a positive reinforcement?
Teaching your kids to cope with Exam Stress
From a young age, children are encouraged to think that exams are supremely important and of late, exams are becoming quite competitive. In such a situation, when exam stress becomes too much, children tend to crumble. However, with the help of some counseling and parental role in handling stress, children can certainly be helped.
Teaching kids to be “Money Smart”
Being Money Smart is a core life skill in the twenty-first century. Children are growing up in an increasingly complex world. Money is less visible, online shopping is growing, credit is easy to access and the choice and complexity in financial products is increasing. It is essential that young people are provided with the knowledge, understanding, skills and behavior to establish good consumer and financial habits from a very young age. This is critical to establishing the foundations for their future wellbeing.
Teach Your Kids these 10 Money Lessons
It's up to parents to teach their kids smart financial habits and also help them become aces at it. Here are some good savings lessons to teach your kids and remember, it’s never too early to start!
How to stop bullying in schools
The best and most obvious way to stop bullying in schools is for parents to change the way they parent their children at home. Of course, this is much easier said than done and everyone parents their children differently.
Learning with colours
Colors make our world beautiful in many ways— nature, food, clothing, crayons— the list is endless. It’s important to emphasize colors in our daily lives as they stimulate a child’s imagination and delight their sense of sight.
Saving for your child’s education
You want your children to have the best education possible, yet school and university expenses and fees can be costly. The money you spend on your kids' education could be one of your family's biggest expenses.

Starting to save early will help your children have a high-quality learning experience.