Everyone will develop their own unique study plan based on their needs, but is there an easy way to do it? Read through our guide to creating and developing an effective study plan for your child that works.
You’ve applied, and maybe your child has been accepted into Grade 1, but you don’t feel as confident as you should. Here are 5 key areas to help you determine your child’s readiness for Grade 1.
If your child is bullying other children, then you’ll want to address his or her behaviour very quickly. Here is an expert’s advice.
Very often just being noticed or receiving positive words is the only reward a child needs. But how do we get to that stage when we are fighting with our children to get the simplest things done?
If you think your child is pulling the wool over your eyes by NOT studying when they say they are, then you’ll find this advice very helpful.