Tips on how to involve everyday responsibilities and learning fairness in any game Participating in team events is all a part of growing up. Unfortunately, not everyone gets to be on a winning team and not every winner is a gracious one, which is why it is important for parents to teach their kids good […]
It’s wise to start teaching children to help around the house with assigned chores when they’re young. They can be taught to participate and feel a part of the family effort as young as age two or three. Children take pride in doing chores, and the tasks instill a sense of responsibility that can serve […]
The kids are settling back into routine of school , fall activities are in full swing and for many of us it’s time to get back to the daily routine of chores for our kids. Yes, those lazy Summer days are gone until next year and routine is back in full force at least in […]
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Learning how to cook is something we should all do at some point. There has for too long been a tendency to look on it as a housewife thing. Although almost every cookery show on TV features at least one male chef every once in a while, this idea persists. There are still more than […]
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There are 52 weekends every year, so that’s lots of time that you need to fill to occupy the kids. Luckily for you, the US is one of the most exciting countries in the world, with so many places to visit and lots to do. So don’t panic in the face of 104 weekend days, […]
by Stephanie Dua and Keith Meacham, founders of Learn With Homer It’s back-to-school time and for families with young children starting kindergarten, many parents ask, “is my child really ready for kindergarten? And what does it mean to be kindergarten-ready anyway?” According to the National Center for Education Statistics, students enter kindergarten at very different […]
Back to School Tip: The After School Schedule Board Help your kids to have after school organization by using a framed chalk board or white board. Write out their daily after school schedule and begin teaching them to be responsible to follow-it. Hang this in a place where they can view it easily. ( Kitchen, […]
If it is your family’s first experience with the passing of a loved one, you may be wondering whether or not it as a wise idea to include your children in the funeral. The rituals of mourning and grief for somebody who has died are often something that many parents want to keep their child […]