The school-age years are marked by rapid growth, both physically and mentally. Fruits and vegetables offer a host of benefits that are particularly vital during this developmental phase. By providing a diverse range of nutrient-rich options and using creative strategies to encourage kids to eat them, you can set your child on a path towards a lifetime of healthy eating habits.
When your child is unsettled and uncooperative, they might be in an environment that clashes with their true nature. Jessie Buttons aka New Zealand's Super Nanny takes a look at the four main 'natures' and how you can create an environment where each child can feel safe, supported, and heard.
If you are moving to Australia with children, it is important to understand the Australian school system. How does it work? What are the options for your children? This guide will tell you what you need to know about Australian schools, from preschool through to university.
The benefits of research projects for kids are numerous. Research assignments help kids practice thinking and working independently. Topics are easy to set provided you're familiar with things kids love.
Children may already be seeing and hearing things about the Ukraine crisis and experiencing feelings of uncertainty, anxiety and fear, which parents and caregivers will be seeking to address.
Chances are, when your child starts high school they won't be going along with all their peers from primary school. For those going to a completely new school and starting afresh, here are some ways to help them ease the transition and make new friends.
It seems like from the moment our kids are able to walk and talk, we're trying to get them to sit still and be quiet! Kids are naturally inquisitive and full of imagination, so when they need to focus on schoolwork it can be hard to master the concentration levels needed.
We all want to encourage our children to be physically active but starting a new sport for a child can be a bit intimidating. We take a look at all you need to know when introducing your child to a new sport.
Avoid the trial and error of choosing a lunch box and drink bottle with our tried-and-tested helpful tips on what to look out for, plus some of our favourite shopping picks from The Warehouse.
You have chosen the school your child is going to attend, and a starting date, and the countdown is on. There are a number of things you can do to ensure a smooth transition for both of you.
If the technological world is moving along at a pace that you’re struggling to keep up with, the prospect of BYOD can seem daunting, especially when there are a million options to choose from and new technology is added frequently. To help you get your head around BYOD and school technology, here’s a quick guide.
As we spend more time online, the risk of something going wrong increases. Find out how you can be confident that your family are able to use the internet safely, and not be exposed to inappropriate content, online predators, and cyberbullying.
Returning to school after a lockdown due to a global pandemic is a lot different to returning to school after school holidays and you may be surprised by your child's reaction, whether it be emotional or physical.
Give a boost to your child's general immunity to help reduce the number of viruses and illnesses that they may pick up with these tips on how to get the kids fighting fit for back to school.
Whether you have a child who just loves to learn or you’re home-schooling for a period of time, there are a number of great resources available online that can help educate your child in a fun way.
Socialising with other children is a vital part of a child's development. Children need to interact in a social setting and learn skills like sharing. Help make your child's next play date a success with these tips.