Play-based Learning Can Set Your Child up for Success
Kindergartens and schools offer various approaches to early education, all promoting the benefits of their particular programs. One approach gaining much attention in the early years sector is play-based learning. Research shows that play-based learning enhances children’s academic and developmental learning outcomes. It can also set your child up for success in the 21st century by teaching them relevant skills.
The incredibly simple secret to making mornings in your house more harmonious....
Do you feel crabby first thing in the morning! You don’t want to be talked to. You don’t want to talk back. You don’t want to make breakfast; you don’t want to hear the cartoons; you just want to be left alone until you are ready. If as adults we experience this crabby, anxious morning feeling, just imagine how much harder it must be for a child, especially a young child who doesn’t yet have the emotional regulation skills that we as adults generally do.
How much sugar is hiding in your trolley?
Everything you eat and drink can have a major effect on the health of your teeth and gums. Tooth decay is a diet-related disease that commonly develops in response to our consumption of sugar. Sugar from the foods and drinks we consume is taken up by decay-causing bacteria that live on the surfaces of our teeth. If this process happens over and over, without any effort to prevent or stop the disease process, it can eventually result in the formation of tooth decay. So, what can you do?