Making the school year run smoothly for your children, and for yourself, is easy with these quick tips from Kidspot on everything from eating to education.
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.
Taking part in the arts can help your child develop confidence and self-worth. Try these tips to help you nurture a love of the arts in your child.
Back to school hacks aimed to help us pull back on the sometimes ridiculous expectations we’ve set for ourselves and and streamline the way we do things.
Nits. Lice. Head lice. If you have a school-aged child, chances are you have already experienced the hell of head lice. If not, it’s only a matter of time. Check out these 5 hairstyles that will reduce the risk of head lice spreading to your child.