The school year is ending and you don't want your kid to forget their good work ethic, or maybe, you want them to develop a better one for next year! Should your child spend their summer with pens, papers and piles of books? Sylvie Desmarais gives you advice.
Back to school has been announced, and parents are quietly preparing the children for their rather overwhelming return. Here are some changes they will face on the first day of their new reality and some tips to help them.
Amidst the chaos that is COVID-19, schools are shut down and children's education is up in the air. Parents are looking for original ideas to fuel their children's thirst for learning, and Babbel has the solution!
You know that feeling when you’ve been sitting for too long and you can’t help but start to fidget and stretch? We’ve all experienced it whether we are stuck in a meeting or lounging on the couch and if we as adults experience it, you better believe it happens to kids in the classroom or at home when having to sit and do homework.
During the summertime, we tend to be more permissive about our children's sleeping schedule. But once the school year begins, we must set bedtimes for our children. Adequate sleep is the best way to keep children concentrated, in shape and in a good mood; ready to face a full day of school!
Back to school period hits us all like a ton of bricks. It doesn't just affect your child! We have to help with homework, wash the uniforms, get all the right supplies ready, and the list goes on. Here are 10 strategies to survive the few first weeks and how to get back into the routine.