Preparing your family for the start of the new school year is an important task to ensure a smooth transition and a successful academic year. Here are some tips to help you get ready: Establish routines: Start gradually implementing school routines a few weeks before the new school year begins.
During a teenage growth spurt, it’s common for adolescents to experience rapid physical growth and development. This period is characterized by an increase in height, weight, muscle mass, and bone density. Proper nutrition, including calorie consumption, plays a crucial role in supporting this growth and ensuring overall health. Calorie requirements
Transitioning throughout the day is a normal rhythm We all move from one activity to the next usually without giving it much thought For children this transition between activities can be very hard They are in the now, in the present, they …Read more
If your child is coming into school aged years it can be stressful to know if your child is ready Especially if you have a child that has a birthday in the summer months Do you push them forward to be one of the younger kids in the class, or do …Read more
Offering your child a food reward for good behavior or achievements can end up complicating your child’s relationship with food The mindset becomes that food treats (sweet and high in calories) are valued over other kinds of rewards Another trap …Read more
For children, unlimited screen time can have many detrimental effects, and in 2021 parents ranked increased screen unsafe as a top 3 harmful effect of the Covid-19 pandemic. Teen’s screen time more than doubled from 2019 to 2020, and most report feeling addicted to their devices. Studies also show that