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Insurance Issues That Affect Your Home and Family

When you’re the head of household, it’s crucial to understand what the future holds for your family concerning security. And a big part of that is going to be how well you grasp the concept of insurance. All sorts of insurance issues that will affect your home and family over the years, so knowing what you have to put in ... Read More »

Why Chores Are Healthy For Your Kids

When you give your kids chores to do every week, and they’re compensated with an allowance, you’re not just exchanging money for labor. Your children are learning an entire array of life skills that you may not even realize will benefit them for a long time to come. Read More »

4 Tips For Keeping a Tidy House With Kids

Having kids means having to accept that your Pinterest perfect dreams of a spotless house may have to be on hold for about eighteen years.  From the minute your baby is born, your home is filled with diapers, swings, teething toys, breast pumps, and whatever other new gadgets have come out on Amazon Prime. Read More »

Guiding Your Teens To Stay Away from Substances

Being a teenager today versus when you were growing up is a lot more challenging. Children are often exposed to a lot more, and as such, many pressures are placed on them early on in life. As they strive to figure out who they are amongst their ever-opinionated peers, many teens will push the limit to fit in. Some may ... Read More »

3 Tips for Caring For Your Child’s Teeth

Part of keeping your children safe and healthy is ensuring that their dental hygiene is taken care of. However, many children don’t like the idea of having to brush and floss each day or visit the dentist. When you have a child that feels like this, it can be a real headache trying to encourage them to take good care ... Read More »

The Importance of Differentiation in Primary Teaching

When teaching a class at any level of education there will be no two students with the exact amount of skill or knowledge. In fact, the level of skill in a class can range from significantly above average to significantly below. Because our classes are brimmed with students at completely different levels to one another, we must factor this in ... Read More »