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3 Ways To Make Gaming Healthier For Your Kids

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For many parents, it’s hard to find the balance between what your kids want to spend their time doing and what you’d choose for your kids to

What is phonics?

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Phonics is a way of teaching children how to read and write. It helps children understand different words and allows them to distinguish one word from another

Is YouTube Kids Really ‘for’ Kids?

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“I want Hello Kitty”, came my daughter’s repetitive chorus from the living room.

3 Ways To Keep Your Kids Entertained When You’re At An Appointment

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During your normal life, you can find easy enough ways to keep your children entertained and not constantly making messes or being crazy. But if you have

Things To Consider When Your Teenager Wants A Motorcycle

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Every mother has their own worries when it comes to their kids riding a motorcycle, no matter how old they are at the time.  Riding a motorcycle

5 Tips For Keeping Your Kids Entertained This Summer

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As summer approaches, many parents may be starting to feel the pressure of how they’re going to manage to keep their kids entertained all day.  Since kids

6 No Fuss Indoor Activities For Kids On a Rainy Day

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Entertaining kids on sunny days is usually pretty straightforward and simple.  You have a wide range of options which give them the chance to run around in

Why Should You Go Through Past SATs Exam Papers with Your Pupils?

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Whether completing Key Stage 1 or taking their final A-Level papers before university, examinations can be tough for any student. At any level, it should be seen

Easy Steps to Improve Your Child’s Sequencing Skills

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You might not have heard about sequencing skills, but they are vital if your child is going to properly develop their reading skills. Essentially, sequencing skills are

Tie, 4 Easy Ways to Pick the Right Books for Younger Children

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As we grow older, we develop our own interests in books and don’t need anyone to pick out books on our behalf. Unfortunately, children aren’t so lucky.