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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.
Puzzles are still a fantastic way to occupy your child’s time and assist their learning in surprising ways. Here’s 9 reasons why word puzzles are an important and good activity for your child on a daily basis.
Homework is something to be expected at the beginning of every new school year. Here are 5 ways to make homework a little easier and a lot less stressful.
It may seem a bit daunting and even produce a sense of anxiety, but the first parent teacher meeting is a very important part of your child’s school year. Here’s what to do.
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.
For many parents, poor grades are a source of concern. Is your child facing an educational speed-bump that could put their plans for the future on hold?
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.
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Teens aren’t motivated to do things that don’t matter, don’t seem important or are about satisfying an agenda that doesn’t relate to them. Here are seven ways to motivate your teenager.
For some children, the increased pressure around exam time may lead to symptoms of stress and therefore poor results. Here are 3 ways to beat exam stress.
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