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Helping your Child with Physical Skills

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Helping your Child with Physical Skills Some children seem born to run, jump and climb without fear. Others are a little more anxious about physical activities. Two children of the same age, from the same family even, may show a completely different attitude and aptitude when it comes to physical skills. Whether your child is a natural athlete or prefers both feet to be planted firmly on the ground, there are lots of things you can do to encourage…

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Helping your Child find a Hobby

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Helping your Child find a Hobby
From an early age, your child will show natural ability when it comes to certain subjects or activities. While one child might be drawn to artistic activities, another will develop faster physically and be drawn to sports, and another may show a natural affinity with numbers… Whatever your child shows a natural tendency towards, you can help them develop this by helping them to choose a hobby that makes the most…

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Getting the Most Out of Homework

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Getting the Most Out of Homework Whether your child is just starting their educational journey or whether they are climbing up through the classes towards ‘big school’, homework is usually a big part of the day. From the small tasks such as colouring a few pictures to the big projects, the work your child brings home from school can be a source of conflict for the whole family, or it can be a chance to share some time together and make the…

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Encouraging your Child to Read

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Encouraging your Child to Read   Some children take naturally to reading and devour books by the shelf load… others are more reluctant. This might be because they are struggling with the actual business of reading, or that they just haven’t caught the reading bug and don’t find it interesting. This often happens with children who are more active and outdoorsy. If your child isn’t keen on reading, there are lots of things you can do to get them…

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