Good Habits for Kids

Good Habits for Kids

Good Habits for Kids
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Who Wins In The End? The Kid With Grit or Gift?

Most of us still remember the Tortoise and the Hare - a timeless childhood fable by Aesop which teaches us the benefit of setting and maintaini.

What makes Phelps one of the greatest athletes of all times?

So inspiring to see Phelps making a great comeback in Rio this year! He welcomed the challenges in his life, learnt from them, got back in the pool to do what he is good at -that is winning medals.

Let’s talk about superpowers. Or should I say gifts and talents?

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Children's Books to Teach Generosity and Combat Entitlement

These children's picture books can help to teach empathy, understanding and entitlement to children. These books may be suitable for all year levels depending on children's developmental stages and the topic/difficulty of the book.

7 Tips for Improving Your Child’s Homework and Study Skills

7 Tips for Improving Your Child’s Homework and Study Skills Homework and studying can be a source of stress for kids and parents alike. Good study habits can help with the stress. Here are some ideas for improving kids’ homework and study skills.

Get Kids Eating Fruits and Vegetables - Guaranteed

Here's one sure-fire thing you can do to get your children to eat fruits and vegetables! Here is the only thing you need to know about the development of the sense of taste and how to use it to your advantage to get your children eating