6 Quiet Time Alternatives For Your Child Who Just Won’t Nap (Part 2)

by - Leave a Comment  | January 29, 2016

(Read the first part of this article HERE.) Create a rest spot Again, when your child just doesn’t want to take a nap, you don’t have to force him to. The reason for this is that a power struggle over the arguable need to nap often results in a kid who’s more wound up than […]

6 Quiet Time Alternatives For Your Child Who Just Won’t Nap (Part 1)

by - Leave a Comment  | January 27, 2016

Nap time can be a real struggle for any child and parent. When they refuse to take a nap, it can change the mood of the rest of the day—they get cranky, and you get super tired from not having breaks. Rather than putting up with your hyped up and exhausted child, you can resort […]

3 Habits Parents Can Adopt To Help Kids Study Smarter

by - Leave a Comment  | January 25, 2016

Big or small, your kids will greatly benefit from having a healthy and consistent study habit. We all know that, if practiced early, good study habits are something that we bring well into our young adulthood onwards. By then, we won’t need to force ourselves to get used to making time for homework and reviewing, […]

Effective Sleep Strategies For Kids As Told By Real Parents

by - Leave a Comment  | January 22, 2016

We’ve all heard and read it before: Establish a regular bedtime routine and your child will be able to fall asleep on his own. Then again, if you’ve already tried it, it doesn’t come easy, doesn’t it? Kids, from infancy, are naturally very clingy. After all, they’ve gotten used to feeling warm and snug in […]

9 Ways To Teach Your Child To Be Self-Sufficient (Part 2)

by - Leave a Comment  | December 30, 2015

(Read the first part of this article HERE.) 5. Give clues, not solutions Sometimes kids are reliant towards their parents for the simplest things. Even the easy task of looking for the tape for their art project or getting the sharpener for their pencils is too much of a job for them even if they […]

9 Ways To Teach Your Child To Be Self-Sufficient (Part 1)

by - Leave a Comment  | December 28, 2015

There are a lot of things and skills learned at school by your children but Individuality and Responsibility are skills learned at home. Your kids mirror the things they see at home, whether it be from the things that their siblings do or the things you do, as the parent. Here are surefire ways to […]

3 Things To Consider Before Calling the Doctor For Your Child’s Fever

by - Leave a Comment  | December 25, 2015

It’s easy to worry too much when your child is burning up with fever. But no matter when and why it happens or how high it is, it’s important that any child caregiver knows the dos and don’ts of fighting it. That includes knowing when to ask for help. We know you want to bug […]

6 Signs Your Child Needs A Tutor

by - Leave a Comment  | December 9, 2015

As your growing child progresses in school, he will reach a point where increased studies and lessons become a little too overwhelming. Add a busier family and extra-curricular activity schedules, and your child may have a harder time focusing and memorizing lessons. Before your child suffers and, worse, lets go of the determination to stay […]

4 Tips On Improving Your Kids’ Attention Spans

by - Leave a Comment  | December 7, 2015

Kids of different ages have varying attention spans. And the truth is, it differs from child to child and depends on how they perceive tasks. Before you lose your patience, try these 4 universal tips on improving your child’s attention spans so you get enough focus from them the next time you try to make them do […]

12 Ways To Unspoil Your Child Before It’s Too Late (Part 2)

by - Leave a Comment  | November 25, 2015

(Read the first part of this article HERE.) 6. Shower the extra love on others. If you feel that you have that extra energy, you may want to adopt a pet or do charity work. Showering all your love on your children will only be too tempting, a psychologist suggests. 7. Let kids suffer the […]

12 Ways To Unspoil Your Child Before It’s Too Late (Part 1)

by - Leave a Comment  | November 23, 2015

I, as well as my husband, used to spoil our kids. We simply felt guilty whenever they’d feel sad about not getting what they wanted from the mall, or when we say no to a request. But when we realized that the tantrums and all the crying to get their way was getting more frequent, […]

5 Consequences You Wouldn’t Want Your Spoiled Kids To Suffer

by - Leave a Comment  | November 16, 2015

It’s always easy for parents to just give in to their children’s wishes. It makes them happy and stops the tantrums. But what we don’t realize early on is that it doesn’t actually stop the kids from being demanding. Not only that, they later suffer consequences that we honestly wouldn’t wish on them in a […]

5 Reasons For Children’s Misbehavior

by - Leave a Comment  | November 2, 2015

Every child misbehaves, at some point or almost all the time. The reason why they eventually learn how not to misbehave as they grow up is because they learn how to act in order to feed their need to belong and be significant to others. But as young children, they don’t know how to express […]

7 Ways To Make Your Home A Positive Learning Environment (Part 2)

by - Leave a Comment  | October 28, 2015

(Read part one HERE.) 4. Change it up.  Just like adults, it is always better to stir things up a bit for your little troopers when it comes to the usual activities that you do for the week. For example, if listening to music and acting it out seems to be the highlight of your […]

7 Ways To Make Your Home A Positive Learning Environment (Part 1)

by - Leave a Comment  | October 26, 2015

It is every parents nightmare to have that lingering fear of getting the “left behind” status in terms of their child’s development. In particular, when it comes to their knowledge and skills. And so to for their child to keep up, parents seek far and wide, jumping from different options into another, to find the […]