Coping with Mean Kids in Kindergarten

Coping with Mean Kids in Kindergarten

The kindergarten age is one of those early formative years in a child’s life. It refers to preschool education that also includes singing, playing and other activities such as social interaction and drawing that helps with transitioning of kids from being a baby to starting with school. As a parent, […]

March 10, 2019
TV Learning Tricks You Can Use in The Classroom Part 1

TV Learning Tricks You Can Use in The Classroom Part 1

At a young age children are sponges of information as any Parent will know, a simple slip up in a sentence is often remembered a week later by a child much to the adults annoyance. Similarly, when it comes to actively learning kids are eager to expand their minds, though […]

March 9, 2019
Sex Education for Kindergarten Kids

Sex Education for Kindergarten Kids

Parents find that one of the most awkward and most dreaded moments of raising a child is releasing information that will forever alter the way that they look at certain things. “The Talk” is a nightmare that follows every parent. There is even some that practice the idea that it […]

February 23, 2019
Raising Bilingual Kids – Parenting Kindergarteners

Raising Bilingual Kids – Parenting Kindergarteners

Languages are considered to be a significant part of society, and to some, they are essential to the advancement of a specific culture. Learning a language is one of the most valuable skills available for a tourist. It enables them to converse with a foreign citizen who does not speak […]

February 19, 2019
Balancing Education with Physical Activity at Home

Balancing Education with Physical Activity at Home

Education starts at home from an early age, and so does physical development. Doing different activities will teach your child structure and rules, while helping them to adapt to a daily routine before starting school.

January 24, 2019
Transitioning from Kindergarten to Primary School

Transitioning from Kindergarten to Primary School

Once the hard days of getting your child used to be away from their parents have passed, the rest is easy. In some cases, transitioning to primary school from kindergarten is considered to be a nightmarish aspect of a child’s schooling days. One of the essential things to bear in […]

January 7, 2019
Dropping off Kindergarten Kids At School – Tips to Parents

Dropping off Kindergarten Kids At School – Tips to Parents

When your child has successfully survived the first day of school in kindergarten, everything is a breeze. At least, that’s what you think. What parents fail to realize when their child is going to school is that there must be routine. This can be a complete hassle if you have […]

December 23, 2018
Downtime running

Ideas for How Teachers Can Make the Most of Their Downtime

We all know that the life of a teacher is a busy one, whatever level of education you teach at and however many hours you’re contracted for. Outside of actual classroom time, there are lesson plans to prepare, there’s work to mark, and there are usually other important responsibilities connected […]

December 20, 2018
Parents of Kindergarten Kids – A Teacher’s Worst Nightmare

Parents of Kindergarten Kids – A Teacher’s Worst Nightmare

The most challenging part of a teacher’s job according to any bystander is the children. However, the challenge is dealing with the parents. There are two types of parents when it comes to PTA conferences and meetings, the joyful and well-mannered parents/children and the rude and strict parents with the […]

December 19, 2018
Preparing for First Day of School – Kindergarten Kids’ Parents

Preparing for First Day of School – Kindergarten Kids’ Parents

Majority of kids these days find that they dislike school. Parents find that they have difficulties in coaxing children to go to school as well. However, one of the most essential and most exciting parts of your child’s schooling days is the first day of kindergarten. The time where your […]

December 3, 2018