We asked what the most common parenting struggles were and put together this guide, focusing on how you can use kids movies to help you develop your child’s character!
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.
NCEA students are under a lot of pressure and there is so much information to navigate. It’s also a system that is different to when you were at high school. Here are 10 proven ways to help your child thrive within the NCEA years.
School’s out, but that doesn’t mean that learning stops once the holidays are here. Try these hacks to get your child to learn valuable skills and help them to become responsible and resourceful as they grow.
Art can be an important factor in a child’s development, as it allows them to express themselves better.
At this time of year, high school students are deciding on their subjects for next year and it can be a minefield for parents helping them decide, particularly for Year 10 students about to enter the world of NCEA.
Literacy is a key factor in success at school, and is also a way to learn and discover new things and to develop imagination. Reading Eggs multi-award winning online reading programme allows kids to begin, or enhance, their learn to read journey at home.
How do you help when your child's biggest detractor is ... your child? Dr Justin Coulson gives us some tips for tackling the D-word.
Dance is a great way to keep our children physically fit. However, it does not end there as dance has many positive impacts on children.
Did those late nights get out of hand during the school holidays? Try these top tips from a sleep expert to get the kids back into a good sleep routine before school starts.
Vision plays an important part in your child's social and educational development, so it’s important to keep on top of their eye health. Optometrists at Specsavers have answered the most common questions parents have about their childrens eyes.
Getting your kids ready to get back to school can be a daunting process. With stationary lists, school shoes, haircuts, bus passes and a stocked pantry with lunch supplies filling the minds of Kiwi parents, many forget one of the most important checks for all children… An eye health check.