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10 Best Books for 6-8-Year Olds

Posted by Amy T. on

Developing a reading habit in a child is not an easy task. Also, getting them to read on a daily routine is not enough.

Having valuable books at your disposal is key. With a plethora of printed and online children’s books all over, it’s hard to settle on the best.

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Baby Sleep Miracle Review

Posted by Amy T. on

Raising human beings is one of the most demanding jobs in this world! And it becomes more challenging when you have a newborn.

Your days become occupied with additional duties, and nights become tirelessly long, sleepless, and exhausted. Of course, you want a sound and healthy sleep to stay energetic, active, and composed throughout your day.

So, if you are one of those new mommies who are tired of their sleepless nights or your newborn sleep during the day and do not let you sleep at night, and you are desperately looking for help to set your baby's sleep routines?

If yes, then no look further because here we are introducing you to the most effective and proven sleep solution for your newborns and infants.

Sleep Deprivation New Mom

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How to Teach a Child to Read at Home?

Posted by Amy T. on

It's every parent's dream to see their child become a competent reader. Unfortunately, most parents underestimate the power of parental involvement in shaping a child’s reading skills. They end up leaving their children to read on their own.

This could be unintentional due to a lack of knowledge on proper teaching strategies, or they just believe it’s complex and is a teacher’s role. Leaving it up to the child or using boring methods over and over is detrimental and can demotivate your child.

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Is Homeschooling a Viable Option During and Post COVID-19?

Posted by Amy T. on

Most governments gave directives for schools and colleges to adopt e-learning in response to the suspension of in-person teaching during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Parents are now asked to manage their kids’ lesson plans and activities, but not necessarily teaching.

For most parents who are used to homeschooling, they have less to worry about.

A variety of reasons have motivated them to stick with this system. These include safety, cost, and quality of education.

On the other hand, new homeschooling parents are still overwhelmed by the new way of learning.

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What is Phonics? And how it helps your kid's reading and writing skills?

Posted by Amy T. on

Phonics is a method of teaching how to read and spell by relating spoken sounds called phonemes and written letters, letter clusters, or syllables called graphemes. The correspondence between graphemes and phonemes is called the alphabetic code.

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