What language is acceptable in your household? Find out what strategies you can use when your child shows their anger by swearing but be prepared to stick to those household rules yourself too!
Multiplication is no longer taught by the times tables drills that you may have done as a child. Your child’s ability to visualise the process that is occurring when they multiply two numbers together is important. Read on to discover some easy multiplication games that will help your child learn.
The most comprehensive resource for parents with school-aged children. Find out tips for learning, nutrition and how to handle behavioural issues and bullying.
The Glycaemic Index (GI) is a system that ranks carbohydrate containing foods from 1-100, according to the rate at which they are broken down and absorbed into the bloodstream. Learn more about GI.
Bed-wetting, or nocturnal enuresis, is a problem for many school age children and their families. The good news is that for many, they will grow out of it, and for the persistent bed-wetters, the problem can usually be fixed by fairly simple treatment.
Savoury snacks like muffins and scrolls are easy to pop into a lunch box. There's no need to spend a fortune at the shops when you can make them yourself at home.
Help your child become a maths whizz with our Maths Builder that includes exercises to help with multiplication, addition, subtraction and division.
Even moderate activity can help maintain children’s overall health by helping to manage their weight, keeping their bones, muscles and joints healthy and even improving their mood and outlook on life.
Teachers have plenty of tricks up their sleeves to help children learn spelling and vocabulary, with "look, say, cover, write, check" being one of the most popular.