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IN THE KITCHEN! There are myriads of benefits of introducing your children to cooking, plus you get to spend some extra time with them! Read about how cooking with your kids can improve their imagination, overall development and self-confidence! http://mommyuniversitynj.com/2015/03/16/10-benefits-of-cooking-with-kids/ IN THE LIBRARY! Confused about what books you should buy your children? Or which ones […]

How to teach your kids to have polite conversation?

Having polite conversation is definitely one of the most important things a child must be taught. In order to teach them to be polite as a parent you must encourage them to speak. The more they speak the more you can guide them on how to speak. Studies suggest that all conversation is good for your […]

Teach your kids the art of rhyming & poetry

Have you ever wondered why kids enjoy poetry so much? When you look closely into kids poems, they are as simple as they can get. Many of them are simply words put together that tell about things around. The best example here is “Roses are Red, Violets are Blue…” The reason why this kind of […]

How does your child’s writing develop in Kindergarten and beyond?

Writing refers to the ability to put form and structure to one’s thoughts and expressions.You may think that speaking comes naturally to children, however you need to understand that there is a sequential process by which young children acquire language. The relation between language acquisition, comprehension and the ability to make meaning from the spoken […]

Listening to your Child

Listening lays the base for the vocabulary bank of a child. It is through the pathway of the ears that a child remembers and recalls words from memory to be able to make sense of what needs to be acted upon. Listening as a process requires receiving inputs, attending to the input, understanding the call […]

Child Safety – At Home & School

Child safety is one of the most important issues we can address today. All children have the right to be safe, receive adequate care and grow up in a protective environment such that they can grow, learn and develop to their fullest potential. A family is the first line of protection for children. Parents are […]

Why Letting Children Use Digital Devices Is A Bad Idea

In today’s day and age, it is important that your child develops an aptitude for technology, as it is an essential skill to have now and in the future. However, on average, children spend five to six hours a day looking into digital screens. They’re also often using two devices at once, for example watching […]

What to do when your child doesn’t want to go to school

Every parent has to go through the same situation in which their child decides he or she doesn’t want to go to school. They will scream, cry, throw a tantrum and do anything to stay at home. To combat such a situation as a parent your duty is to identify the problem and then find […]