Congratulations! You’ve finally decided to take up Nursing as the next step to your education, and your parental units couldn’t be any prouder. “A nurse in the family! Imagine that!” Today, Nursing promises much more than just donning pristine white uniforms, pinning caps perched on well-coiffed hair, and being the proverbial angel of mercy. Nursing now can [...]
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You’re a busy mom with a lot on your plate. Between your job and the demands of maintaining the household, do you find it a real challenge to find the time to connect with your kids? Instead of trying to squeeze in quality time between cleaning up and making dinner, why not make mealtime preparation [...]
We all teach our kids how to sing the Alphabet Song. But there are other ways to teach toddlers about letters and letter sounds–the building blocks of reading. Here are some games that you can do at home. Alphabet Sounds An important step in language development is to realize that every letter has a sound, [...]
“Mommy, I’m bored! There’s nothing to do!” your child whines. The next time your child complains that his day is dull, give these boredom-busters a shot.
The time that your baby starts walking is also the time that they need your attention twice as much. Toddlers have active minds as well as active bodies, and they can really keep you busy. Although being with your child is never boring, there are ways to make it more enjoyable not just for your [...]
While your teen will probably be going to driver’s ed, you can (and should) teach him about some driving rules and etiquette. Even if you’re not a certified driving instructor, chances are you’re a better role model of safe and responsible driving than your teen’s friends.We help you jumpstart the process with some simple tips.
It is that time of year again…time to head to college. Whether this is your first semester or you are simply returning after break, now is the time to start thinking about how you can cut your expenses and save money. While living at college offers almost unlimited freedom and more than enough opportunities to [...]
Parents and teachers are partners, working together to help kids reach their full potential. That’s why parent-teacher conferences aren’t all about grades. Think of these meetings as powerful opportunities to learn more about the child’s needs, strengths, and personality. Here are some tips to help you make the most of those PTCs.
Planning to send your child to a prestigious private school? These schools offer great education and are a big step to entering an equally prestigious college. Here are some tips for helping him prepare for the entrance exam, without adding too much undue pressure.