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Public vs Private Schools

The public vs private debate is one that is constantly raging between parents, teachers, and schools. This is especially true in Australia, where there’s a wide range of schools. What is the best educational path for your child?

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6 Simple Tips To Help Your Child Develop Healthy Food Habits

When it comes to healthy food, kids and teenagers have dietary needs different from that of adults. If you are an adult and have kids of your own, you probably would have experienced your kid’s almost endless bursts of energy and an unhealthy craving for sweets and fast foods.

The truth is kids need to eat well, because if they don’t, they will not develop properly and are more likely to be overweight, not forgetting the fact that lack of proper diet weakens their immune system making them more susceptible to various illnesses and cardiovascular diseases.

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11 Awesome Tips To Help Hyperactive Children Settle Down

Hyperactive children parents are familiar with the phrase “Would you just calm down please!” and possibly use it very often.
On this article, we will explore some tips to help parents of hyperactive children settle down. These easy to follow techniques and tips, will require the effort as scolding and shouting but deliver very different outcome for hyperactive children.

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Importance Of Reading And Numeracy For Adult Years

As parents, sometimes we overlook the importance of reading and numeracy. We give for granted that is something kids will learn at school and we don’t do much to encourage their development. It is overwhelming to find so many adults struggling with numeracy and literacy, and most people blames schools for this result. But as parents we should ask ourselves, how much are we actually doing to help our children today so they can be considered literate adults later in life?