What’s the word – 15 Brilliant Websites that help you improve your vocabulary

What’s the word – 15 Brilliant Websites that help you improve your vocabulary

Image by rawpixel.com The web is full of websites that are really great at helping with and teaching vocabulary. Here are some of our favourite free vocabulary websites that will be helpful for parents, teachers as well as students. 15 Brilliant Websites that help you improve your vocabulary Vocabulary.com This awesome website has lots of uses, from a dictionary and countless vocabulary questions. The best part of the website is the lists facility, which has lots of…

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Just before schools reopen – Back to School Tips for Parents

Just before schools reopen – Back to School Tips for Parents

As summer comes to an end, it can be hard to get back into a regular schedule — for both children and adults. The trick is to plan ahead. Identify strategies and approaches to stay organised, to help ease your child seamlessly back into school and to manage your own stress. It is important to plan ahead. If parents are calm, reassuring, optimistic and supportive, children will feel both confident and competent.

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How To Spend More Quality Time With Your Kids

How To Spend More Quality Time With Your Kids

As working parents, we have all had times when the endless responsibilities of daily life have gotten in the way of spending quality time with our children. Rather than feeling guilty, parents can use some of these ideas to make the most of the time we have to spend with our kids.

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How Parents Can Cope with the Rising Drug Abuse Menace in Teenagers

How Parents Can Cope with the Rising Drug Abuse Menace in Teenagers

News about the 14-year-old girl involved in drug abuse has sent shivers down the parenting community in Hyderabad.

When incidents of self-harm, risk taking behaviour, substance abuse and suicide occur, especially amongst adolescents it immediately comes to the foreground. It is only natural that as a society we would try and make sense out of a situation. The initial reaction is to blame ourselves as parents, our culture, our school and by and large our society. While keeping our focus on the mistakes we may have made, we tend to overlook a very critical aspect of psychological resilience, the ability to withstand or deal with stress effectively.

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