Category Archives: Kids Teens
By Jason Ladock When you are still a kid you practiced exercises regularly without even knowing that you are doing it. That’s right! For kids playing actively is a good exercise. They
By Jason Ladock Does your child have trouble concentrating on his home work? Do you find your child with a dreamy expression on his face when he is supposed to be studying?
By Jason Ladock There are a number of reasons that can be given as to why children should be taught swimming at a young age. If your child is aware of the
By Jason Ladoc A toddler can be sometimes difficult. It is a phase where your young child is beginning to be aware of what he likes to do and understanding some things
By Jonathan Pitts Some parents love playing with their kids. Some would dress up their kid as a superhero and you will play for long hours pretending to save the world from
By James Madhok Whether it’s raining or freezing cold outside, children’s joy cannot be curtailed due to seasonal changes. As parents, we often remember the gloomy days we spent, staring at the
By Mack LeMouse Getting a job as a teenager is a very well advised thing to do. Not only will it obviously line your pockets with a little extra spending money (which
By Mack LeMouse Fifteen is a difficult age; too young to work for many companies or to be paid minimum wage, but with enough freedom, responsibility and socialising to need a regular
By Christopher Jacoby Baby teeth fall out is another stage in a child’s life that means that they are on the next level of their maturity. When teeth fall, it gives way
By Elizabeth Danish Nightmares Are a Common Problem If your child has started having nightmares at night time, the first thing is to not panic. Nightmares among children are very common and
By Elizabeth Danis Children love video games and it has become a favorite pastime for millions of kids all over the world. The problem seems to be that many if the video
By Elizabeth Danish There are a lot of stereotypes surrounding teenagers. Generally these portray them as stroppy, lazy, self-righteous, lethargic, and ultimately directionless and unmotivated.