Child Development- 3 Montessori-Inspired Baby Care Tips Educating a child starts at birth and not on the first day of school. Since one of the first things that got my attention with the Montessori Method was the deep understanding of the child, I have started my posts about child development with the infant – How … More 3 Montessori Inspired Baby Care Tips
Have you ever felt helpless with your one-month-old baby, unsure of what to do to help her grow and maximize her use of her time awake each day? Or are we so consumed with bathing, feeding and making sure the baby is comfortable and not crying that we totally miss the God given opportunities … More Child Development – How to help your baby
As a child I hated homework and I know many of us hated it too. So I am perplexed at why we still insist on putting the children of this generation through the same grueling motions! We know full well that Homework sucks! This is a fact that cannot be denied. Yet some parents even … More 3 Reasons Why Homework sucks
In the last two weeks I have had both parents and teachers, reaching out and asking for help with their children at home or in the classroom misbehaving. The children either fight, bite, hit out, shove, pinch or play on their own. These children all range between 2 and 3-years old! So is something wrong … More Why is my child 2 year old Misbehaving?
“Why is my child struggling with his school work, homework, academics? Why can’t my child read simple sentences? Is my child going to scale through and get into a good secondary school?” These are questions that parents have asked over and over again, and they still continue to ask. Most of the time the … More Why Children May struggle in School
For Our Children When was the last time you thought, ‘Life is beautiful’? Probably not very recently, if you are like most, the prevalent thoughts are about the economy, how to cope, deferring plans instead of implementing, changing schools because school fees are now cutting too deeply and survival is becoming a figment of the … More Looking Ahead As We Care
By Ayobami Ayomidele -Primary Three Dear Mrs Adefemiwa, Good morning Ma. How are you today? I hope you are well. I am sorry Ma, but I want to tell you something. I have been very sad coming to school. I like you, but I think you do not like me. I do not know why. … More A Short Letter For My Teacher