The Parents' Guide

Find free information that helps you understand your children and guide them as they grow up in your care.

Encouraging Play

Play was a big part of my childhood, and I would call it my first love though it always ended in tears. Tears because my mother... read more

How to help your Child develop letter-sound skills

Phonics is the use of letter-sounds to help your Child read easilyPhonics helps Children beginning to learn ...read more

 Milestones in Cognitive Development of Children - an overview

'Cognitive' has to do with thinking; so 'Cognitive Development' is about how Children develop their ability to think, to... read more


 Is your Child Reading or reciting?

Priscilla is reciting from memory: she recites words that she has learned to recognise by ... read more

Is your Child eating healthy?

Providing children with good nutrition is very important for their development. The nutrients found in the food ... read more

 How Parents can help Children with Reading and Writing Difficulties

Do you know that children do not all learn in the same way? Many children find it difficult to read and write... read more


Integrating Early Childhood Learning in domestic activities

Having a pre-schooler in the house can be exhausting but also a source of great pleasure and fun. The zeal for life, ... read more

Know how your Child learns best

As a parent, do you know how your child learns best? If no, then this handy information on learning styles is created just for you. Every child is different and learns differently based on ... read more

Facilitating your Child's homework

Supervising homework is a task that many families ‘outsource’ to either the school (homework classes) or a homework teacher. However, helping your  ... read more


Who takes care of the Parent?

Taking care of children is a tedious task. Parents work extremely hard to provide the needs  ... read more

Your Child and Technology

There is one thing for which the parents of today cannot follow the lead of their own parents: how to  ... read more


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