Well, the Summer holidays are here and so is the added pressure to create amazing memories and entertainment around the clock. Many of us parents still have work pressures, chores and errands galore to add to the mix, which can add to our time pressure and guilt. Some of the best memories are made with pure creativity not money. To save you some much needed time and energy, here are 25 activity ideas to save your sanity, boost their brainpower and save your pocket! Enjoy! Confidence boosting crafts Harry Potters positivity spells. Create your own magic book of positivity spells in your very own spell book. This is such great fun and really fun to do. Think of as many ways to
Happy National Children’s Day 2016. There are some fantastic events taking place all over the UK in honour of National Children’s Day. Children are a gift, and their happiness, development and quality of life are so important. Please access your free copy of Smart Strategies and Top Tips for Parents as our gift to you.
What does confidence mean to you? Does it mean walking into a room of new people, feeling comfortable and optimistic? Does it mean believing you are good at something or that you look great in your clothes? Words like confidence take on a subjective quality, with a different meaning for every person. What do you think confidence means to a child? Self-confidence is the foundation of a child’s well-being and the ticket to happiness and success as an adult. From a young age, how we feel about ourselves affects how we act. Think about a time when you were feeling really great about yourself. You probably found it much easier to get along with others and experience new situations and
Whilst flicking through my newsfeed this morning, my attention was drawn to Higher Perspectives, 14 Amazing Psychology Facts Everyone Needs to Know. I am not surprised that number 5 was that kids are more highly strung today than the average psych ward patient in 1950. However, seeing it in black and white, further hits the message home. Our kids need help. They need help because every day the world is becoming more pressurised, intensified and constant. Technology has made the world a smaller place and opened up our interaction, but with that comes a whole new set of problems. Our children are over stimulated, oversubscribed and subjected to social pressure on a scale that we cannot comprehend. Our emerging