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Understanding Your Child's Learning Style
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Understanding Your Child’s Learning Style

Learning styles vary from one child to another. Learning styles are generally split into three categories, visual, auditory and kinaesthetic, and each one relates to the senses that your child uses most when learning.  By identifying your child’s learning style, you can choose effective study methods to complement their strengths. It can also be useful …

Teaching Your Child to Manage their Emotions
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Teaching Your Child to Manage their Emotions

One of the most important parts of parenting is helping your children to learn how to handle their emotions. Children who learn about different emotions from an early age will find it easier to control their feelings and face challenges. Furthermore, studies have found that children with higher levels of emotional intelligence are less likely …

Exploring Moral Values with Your Child
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Exploring Moral Values with Your Child

Morals give us our sense of right and wrong, they enable us to be valuable, considerate members of society and they guide us on our path through life. The earlier that children are introduced to the concept of moral values the better as this lays the foundation that enables them to develop their own unique …

Teaching Your Child to Respect Other Cultures
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Teaching Your Child to Respect Other Cultures

As a parent it is your responsibility to help raise your child to be a respectful, empathetic member of society who celebrates diversity. Children should learn from an early age that the world is filled with variety. No two people they meet will ever be the same, but everyone should be treated fairly and equally. …

How to Raise a Resilient Child
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How to Raise a Resilient Child

Your natural instincts will most likely make you want to shield your child from any emotional or physical threat, to make sure they are happy and safe at all times. While it is of course essential to keep your child from harm’s way, a little hardship is not always a bad thing. When they grow …