Exposing Your Children To New Cultures & Why It Matters So Much

It’s extremely easy for people to only stay concerned with their culture as they grow. As home educators, we truly begin to understand the importance of ensuring the fundamental knowledge base of our children is well considered in every direction. Home educators, while providing a rigorous and well-explored syllabus of home education will always cater […]

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How Does Play From A Young Age Benefit Children?

Play for children of all ages is so important, and it benefits children in more ways than you could image. It should never been seen as something that will just keep them occupied. It should be seen as something that will keep their minds stimulated, and their brain educated. Too many children nowadays are growing […]

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5 Things You Can Do Today To Prosper Your Child’s Financial Future

You care for your children and want the best for them, and as the parent, there are many things you can do to give them a brighter future. This includes paving a path that will help them financially. While they will have to stand on their own two feet and get a job, there is […]

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Saying Goodbye To That Stay-At-Home Parenting Boredom

OK, there are enough blogs talking about the miracle of parenthood and how it changes and challenges you, and so on. But there’s another side of being a mother and father that is often overlooked; if you’re staying at home, then it can get pretty boring. Seriously. There’s only so much attention you can give […]

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How Sports Make The World Go Round

Sports are a very complex thing, for some, it’s their life. It’s their everything. It’s the reason they wake up in the morning. It’s their purpose. And for others, it gives them a buzz of excitement watching it through the tv screen in a pub. There are the people that do, and the people that […]

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Your Kids Will LOVE School If You Do This

Every parent in history has almost torn their hair out at some point over a child that really didn’t want to go to school. Some kids drag their feet and get dressed really slowly, others refuse to get out of bed and scream and cry. Whichever category a child comes under, it’s important you take […]

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