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Is my Child a Bully?

It is one of the hardest questions a parent can ask themselves about their child. The child that they watched grow from a helpless little baby into what they hoped would be a good, kind person. If your child is a bully, you can help them. Admitting that they are is halfway there to helping […]

5 ways to encourage your child to read

We all know that reading regularly can boost your vocabulary, your world awareness and improves your attention and focus skills, but that’s probably not a good enough reason for your children or teenagers to pick up a good book. Here are some reasons you can use to encourage young people to read that you might not have ...
6 Tips to Boost your Child’s Self-esteem

Simple ways to boost your child’s Self-esteem Self-esteem is developed as a direct result of experiences that help a child feel capable, effective, and accepted. Firstly, kids feel capable when they learn to do things for themselves and feel proud of tasks that they can do independently. Secondly, children feel effective when they see that good things come from their […]

What is Psychomotor Therapy?

Psychomotor therapy aims to support and aid an individual’s personal development. It is based on a global view of human beings that considers each individual as a unity of physical, emotional and cognitive actualities, which interact with each other and the surrounding social environment. Psychomotor specialists study the body and its expressiveness. The body is regarded not merely as a mechanism with […]

Teach Charity to your Children this Ramadan

Charity begins at home. There is no better time of the year to teach our children about the importance of charity than during the month of Ramadan. Get started this year and make a habit out of it.  The month of charity is right around the corner! It’s that time of year all over the ...
The Homework Conundrum

In January 1999, the cover of Time Magazine stated Too Much Homework! How it’s hurting our kids and what parents should do about it! It’s 2017, and we are still talking about homework. Some parents complain of too much homework and some complain of too little. Homework has been around for a long time now. […]

Is it Normal that my Kids Argue All the Time?

In most families in one word – yes. As your children get older, you might one day suddenly realize that they are arguing, what seems to you, the whole time they are together. Spending time with them suddenly becomes draining, frustrating and aggravating. Their arguments are usually petty, illogical and unjustified. Is this normal? You […]

Mumzworld’s Top Tips for Parenting your Step Child

“Blending a family is like a dish that takes a long time to cook,” says Molly Barrow, PhD, author of How to Survive StepParenting. “You can’t force it before it’s ready.” Hollywood has portrayed parenting a step child in its best-case scenario – in The Sound Of Music, we all wished we were one of the […]

The How To Guide for Kids This Summer

How To Create the Best Slime Slime is the thing of the moment – kids from ages 5 up to 13 love the slime. Lots of recipes have been flying around but we have managed to pin down a favourite! Slime comes in many forms, butter slime, bubble slime and slimy slime! This recipe is […]