Are you ready? Top tips to help children feel confident about starting a new school.
Starting a new school can be stressful. Here is a great list of ways to prepare your child, so they can look forward to the move, and the transition goes well.
How to get your babies, children and teenagers to sleep well. Tips and techniques
Tried and tested tips and techniques that work to get babies, young children and teenagers to sleep.
Making ‘Morning Mayhem’ a thing of the past.
Do you dread getting your child up, fed, ready and out of the house? Are you ready to learn how to have a relaxed organised morning where everyone is polite and cooperative? Ta da!
Brothers and sisters – team mates or rivals?
How can you help your children get on well together and work as a team rather than compete and fight with each other? Some tried and tested strategies for siblings without rivalry!
Family Meals- Why Eating Together is so Important.
Research shows huge benefits and improved life outcomes of eating together. But how do you achieve family meals with a busy family and the pressures of daily life?
Why being consistent with discipline is the key to cooperative children
This tried-and-tested technique is the magic key to solve the ‘hot spots’ in the daily routines such as getting ready for school and mealtimes. Say adios to the chaos.
Stir crazy. Helping children to get enough exercise.
Good physical health = Good mental health. Read these tips to help develop their coordination whilst also making your kids feel great. Spoiler – you have to lead by example.
Have Kids. No money.
Do you know how to economise and still provide your family with the basics? These are the top tips for economising I learned the hard way when we experienced tough times.
Noticing the good, ignoring the bad?
Improve your relationship with every member of your family using the ‘descriptive praise’ technique. Stop the nagging and see the improvements.
How can we train children to be responsible?
Give your kids these manageable responsibilities, called the ‘magical milestones of childhood’ and hoodwink them into being responsible and independent.