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Raise a reader!
02 07-2016
Raise a reader!

Every parent’s dream is to see their little child grow in success, Moreover, to be engaged in making that success. One way to achieve that dream is to help your child become a reader. Here are some keys to...

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Print To Pixel Parenting
02 07-2016
Print To Pixel Parenting

To all 21st Century Parents, Parenting in the new century has witnessed a paradigm shift from the old to the new order wherein families are bombarded with tons of information courtesy print and electronic media. So children are born...

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Nurturing Our Future Gentlemen
02 07-2016
Nurturing Our Future Gentlemen

Adolescence could be the best time of one’s life. It is full of the conflicts between excitement and anxiety, happiness and troubles and in addition to all about discovery and bewilderment. For me then, as a teenager, I knew...

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Dyslexia Does Not Suppress Creativity, Parents Can Help
02 07-2016
Dyslexia Does Not Suppress Creativity, Parents Can Help

“My son has dyslexia. He is now 41 and a successful lawyer…” said a mother of a dyslexic child to the Yale Centre of Dyslexia and Creativity. Dyslexia is a condition in which a person has reading and learning...

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“Mum and Dad, when I grow up…”
02 07-2016
“Mum and Dad, when I grow up…”

Time really flies where children are concerned. Once upon a time, your little one is a sweet-faced toddler who trails after you like a shadow. Too soon, they become independent little selves – maybe too busy even for you....

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Keeping Teens On Track To Succeed In School
02 07-2016
Keeping Teens On Track To Succeed In School

Parents assume a vital part in helping teenagers succeed in school by being imbued and giving encouragement and guidance. Often, changes in growth of teens trigger the desire to isolate themselves from family, spend more time with their friends,...

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