To anyone unacquainted with the idea of Early Year Foundation Stage monitoring, a child tracker observation has the ring of something unpleasant – an overly stringent teacher keeping tabs on everything a child says or does, rather like a nosy neighbour, constantly peeking through the curtains to tut and disapprove of normal childhood games and fun! But in fact, the truth is much more useful, and all but invisible to the child, when done right.
Whilst some mums seem to defy the laws of nature by becoming amazing earth mothers, domestic goddesses, and career high-fliers, the reality is that this can only be achieved with help. That might be a family member, paid childcare, or by paying for help with another area of life such as a cleaner. In reality, we all have limits and the only real way to be a successful working mum is, to be honest with yourself about your limits. Don’t get disheartened, the ones who look like they have everything in hand, they won’t be doing it alone.
Merseyside-based Knowsley Safari has launched a series of free, educational live stream events and online activities to help people navigate the lockdown wilderness. Whether you’re a parent looking for exciting online content to help keep your children entertained, or someone looking to learn more about the natural world during this time, Knowsley Safari has you covered.
Experts have warned that lockdown could lead to children having a skewed perception of gender roles in the home – as almost seven in 10 mums juggle more household chores than ever before. Does this sounds familiar?
As the name suggests Molluscum Contagiosum is a highly contagious viral skin infection, commonly known as water warts.
Molluscum Contagiosum occurs most frequently in children and is spread from person to person by touching the affected skin or a surface with the virus on it.
I recently had an opportunity to speak with representatives from Ashbourne College, one of the best A-level colleges in London, on the study techniques that their students apply to achieve A*/A in their exams. Here are the 13 tips that help the students build an effective study and revision system.
In the time of smartphones and social media, the topic of internet addiction among young children and adults has become a raging issue. There are debates and discussions regarding the impact of internet addiction on young minds.
Parenting most certainly makes me wish I had superpowers. I mean multiple arms and the ability to never require sleep would be a start right?