Do you believe that the world is getting worse?
Why not answer the question yourself and then ask your child. The answer might surprise you!
What if you are faced with a problem that is too hard to solve? Are you not smart enough to solve it? Or have you simply not solved it yet? Meet ClassDojo who helps children in an engaging way to … Continue reading
Did you eat more grapes or slices of apples? How many more? What do you know about the number 25? Think about your own childhood. Was it filled with tests? Did you cry because you did not want to go … Continue reading
“It’s like all the sparkle is at the bottom of your brain!” Some books are magical and as soon as you open them, the ideas fill you head. The book written by the couple, Myla and Jon Kabat- Zinn, – … Continue reading
What a Lovely Surprise! Yesterday we got the new book by Mies Van Hout. We had no idea what this book was about, since we had not read any reviews but we knew that we were in for a treat. … Continue reading
What does it mean to face reality? And do we need to say “no” to children to teach them to be tough and accept whatever problems the world presents to them? The term “curling” was coined by Bent Hougaard to … Continue reading
Do you have too much to do? Are you feeling stressed out? Are your kids stressed? Watching the video below may help change your mind about stress and this may in turn change the effect that stress has on you … Continue reading
Reading is harder and slower when you are suffering from dyslexia. So it is understandable that a child may avoid reading or read less. There is perhaps no better way to increase vocabulary than independent reading, something that may cause … Continue reading
What morning routines do you have? I have always valued quiet time in the morning. I’d rather get up half an hour earlier to have some time to dream over the breakfast table. And it turns out that this is … Continue reading
Parenting benefits from creative thinking. We are constantly asked to solve problems, find new ways of teaching and supporting our child. Yet these skills are seldom taught, the moment we become parents we should somehow transform and learn the answers … Continue reading