Climate change is one of the most pressing issues globally and has been the cause of major existential angst in humans. It’s now only crucial for everyone to play their part in alleviating the effects and preventing further damages. From grown-ups to kids in schools, the onus is on everyone. The upcoming generation is the driver of change, with schools playing a central role. The following are some of how schools can create, maintain and improve an eco-friendly environment.
When it comes to moods and emotions, young children can be all over the map. Partly this is due to their age and that they are still learning how to manage their emotions and partly this is due to their lack of real understanding of what their “normal” is. Parents who are in tune with their kids can often pinpoint quickly what the culprit is when their mood changes suddenly. It could be something as simple as needing a nap or having consumed too much sugar, both of which are fairly quickly remedied. In other cases, however, their moodiness may have a more serious cause. Here are 4 reasons why your child might be “in a mood” more often.
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Lunch is one of the most important times of the day, not only for adults but for kids as well. You want to send your kids off to lunch with the best food you can give them. If you are not sure where to get started for your preparations, think about some of these healthy school lunches you can make.
Children fight. That’s the harsh reality of parenthood. While children fighting at home is expected and can be managed, children fighting at school brings a lot of other consequences and undesired attention. It’s important to talk to your children about the consequences of fighting before it becomes an issue in school. Here are some talking points you can work into the conversation.
Make a Statement With a Beautiful Watch
This year for school make sure you are always on time with a nice timepiece from Time World Inc. Watches make wonderful accessories and are completely functional. Plus cell phones are not allowed in some schools, so you need a watch to tell the time. Therefore find a watch that is all you and really helps tell your style story.
I cannot believe summer is almost done, and it is already August. Our summer has flown by with carefree jaunts to museums and parks. I must admit we did little this summer to sharpen our minds at home. Now that we are coming to the start of another school year, I feel the kids should engage in activities that help them get in the school groove. Here are some great items to get your children ready to learn!
Tired of dark corners and not enough light to get the job done? You are going to love Luminoodle Click!
Our home was built in the 70’s and since it does not feature an open floor plan, it has a lot of dark spaces. I am a child of light. I like to have the room lit up! Thankfully, I’ve found a solution with Luminoodle Click by Power Practical.
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School can be a complicated territory for kids. They will love it one day and the next, they may be struggling with certain issues. To make their life easier at school and to boost their success, there are certain things you can do. This article runs through some ways you can get more involved in your child’s school life as a parent. As a result, you may notice a shift in their academic results and overall well-being.
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Moving to a new school can be difficult for a child, but this is a common and necessary transition that almost all students experience at least once. Maybe your family is moving to a new home in a new city, or perhaps your child’s progress is ahead or behind and the transfer is being made to a school like Kid’s Country Learning Center to accommodate her academic needs. Whatever the reason for this transition, your child will be leaning on you for comfort, strength and stability to let go of the old routine and embrace this new chapter in her life. These four tips can help you provide the support your child needs and to make her school transfer occur smoothly.
There is no mistaking that if your kids aren’t headed back to school now, they will be soon – the stores are filled with supplies and sales and ads for back-to-school. The beginning of a new school year can be an especially challenging time for parents and children both, although for totally different reasons. For parents, making sure that kids are equipped with the supplies and everything they need to get organized and have a good year is usually the first challenge. Then meeting the teachers, checking out the classrooms, and assessing the curriculum for the year is next on the list.
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