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With an abundance of parenting websites and motivational sources nowadays, parenting in the modern age can feel like a race to perfection. Things like how much screen time you allow, which brand of toys are safe, and which schools are reputably effective can sometimes demand a humongous amount of research. After all, who does not want the best for their kids?
If you have a child with sensory issues, you will appreciate the battle in the mornings when it comes to school uniform. The thing is, I do get it. Who really wants to wear uncomfortable fabrics, have lumps, creases or seems in their socks and be uncomfortable in what they are wearing?
Generally, young children are naturally physically active and are constantly moving around, whether that be on the playground at school or in the house – typically – right before bedtime. Most little children have a type of energy that’s enviable to parents and adults but this can’t be applied to every child, especially as they get older.
I had a conversation with a mum this week about how difficult she is finding her baby not sleeping and her toddler not listening. It got me thinking about how the behaviours that challenge us so much when our children are young can actually help to shape them into incredible people later on in life.
Eczema is a dry skin condition. It is a highly individual condition which varies from person to person and comes in many different forms. One person’s experience is unlikely to be the same as the next. It is not contagious but can run in families.
Teacher Play products are designed to help children flourish in their early stages of life, accelerating their existing skills by teaching them language, reading, writing, and numeracy skills.
After school activities are more than simply a way for kids to pass the time – they also provide demonstrable benefits for young people, ranging from the physical and emotional to improving social and academic skills. Here are just a few of the ways that after school activities can help students within their school and personal lives.