Trying to adjust to homeschooling your children can be overwhelming at the start. Here are some useful resources that will help you get the hang of it in no time!
This page is dedicated to busy working mums who want a healthy lifestyle for themselves and their children. Here you will find, among other things, lunch, packed lunch and dinner ideas for the family, as well as articles related to parenting.
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My innovative picture book can help a lot of children suffering from anxiety disorder, stress, and anger. The book introduces parents and children to proven stress management techniques in the format of a story, which address children’s emotional maturity. It addresses fear and anxiety in children by using ‘Meditation’, ‘Diaphragmatic Breathing’ and ‘Visualisation’.
Empowering Children with Communication Life Skills
Friendship Cards are an innovative educational tool for children to learn communication life skills while playing a game. Friendship Cards help in the development of emotional literacy and conflict resolution skills, which empower the individual to cultivate positive attitudes. The pack consists of 28 illustrated colour-coded cards.
The Quarantine Companion is a Facebook group that was created to provide a platform for parents, educators and caregivers to share experiences and suggestions on how to entertain, engage and educate their children from home, throughout the coronavirus crisis. That said, the group now features ideas which people of all ages can benefit from.
Little Humans brings you 12 of the world’s top parenting experts and coaches to train you live (through Zoom). These Live Calls, which are all scheduled at a specific time, are free for all parents and teachers of kids of all ages. You’ll be learning about key tools and practices that have changed the lives of parents the world over.
Tips for Caregivers, Parents, and Teachers During Infectious Disease Outbreaks
This resource identifies potential behavioural changes in children as they respond to the increased stressors. It provides parents with tools for responding to displays of stress and anxiety in children.