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  • TOP 10 TIPS TO HELP YOUR CHILD THRIVE IN SCHOOL THIS YEAR

    1.  Ask your child: “How was your day? Learn anything interesting? Get to spend time with friends?” instead of "How did you do on the math test?" 2.  Resist the urge to correct the errors in your child's homework. It's your child's work, not yours.   3.  Work done with integrity is more important than an A. Pressure to achieve only top scores can make students resort to cheating. 4.  Make time for PDF:  playtime, downtime, family time. Research shows PDF is critical for overall well-being. 5.  Create a technology-free environment during mealtimes. Every adult and child can benefit from a break from constant interruptions and distractions....

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  • GET MOUTHY

    So, it’s back to school. Bye bye sun, sand, sea and sugar. Yes, sugar. With all the treats my kids stuff into their tiny mouths on holiday (anything for a quiet life) – I am DREADING our next trip to the dentist. But wait – I have no need to. Apart from selling my kids, I have found another way to not go wrong after holidays at the dentist. Say hello to your NBF, the FOREO ISSA™ mini toothbrush. Now apart from its stunning looks, here are a few reasons to get busy… There is a parental control that enables you...

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  • YOUR CHILDREN AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH FOOD

    There are lots of different ways to feed your kids healthy food that they may not want to eat. Whether it's because of the food's taste, appearance, or simply because they have always stubbornly refused it, you can trick your kids into eating healthy! If you change the way your child views food, it can become a game they will voluntarily join. For example, below are some pictures of how turning fruit into animals makes healthy snacks more appetizing. Make your own today and help your children create a healthier relationship with food. 

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  • WAYS TO INCREASE SELF-ESTEEM IN CHILDREN

    I’m genuinely concerned about my children’s self-esteem. There are so many people with low self-esteem that affect and hurt others with high self-esteem, and I don’t want my children to be like that. According to RAE, self-esteem is the one’s own positive estimation. Without any scientific knowledge or proof, I think people with high self-esteem live happier lives, like themselves better, accept themselves, and usually see the half glass full. So let’s try to help our children to feel that way! One way we can do so is by the following 10 tips:    Tell them what they are good...

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