Activities for Smart Kids is pleased to announce our online reading course through our sister site – Help Your Child to Read . If you are interested in making sure your child masters the fundamental reading skills, then read on.
“Help Your Child to Read Better” covers all you need to know about developing your child’s ability to read and write in a systematic and step by step way.
With our online course “Help Your Child to Read Better”, you’ll discover how to:
- Use your skills to prepare activities that will develop your child’s reading and writing.
- Check your child’s sound awareness and knowledge and show how to blend three letter words and build on them.
- Teach your child the different spelling of vowels in words.
- Show how words can have similar spelling patterns.
- Choose the type of books that support fluent reading.
- Introduce comprehension skills.
As most of Australia is blessed with warm weather this summer, so to the number of children using our various waterways increase. However, this summer has been a particularly tragic one for many families in Australia, with 15 people drowning in NSW between Christmas Day and 5th January alone. The location of these drownings has varied, from backyard pools to rivers, lakes or ocean. However these tragedies happened, many families have been left grieving those loved ones taken from them. This summer it has been apparent that learning to swim is a vital lesson that everyone should have – whether they be child or adult.
What Can Be Done about Learning to Swim?
Home schooling is something that many people talk about, but few people have any idea just where to start. It may seem like home schooling is just too difficult or complicated, or takes too much time. It can also seem overwhelming – you may often ask the question, “How do I start home schooling my children?”
If you want to home school but are not sure where to begin, here are some tips that may help.
Keep your kid safe at home by training him or her to think safety first.
As parents, we don’t want to leave our children home alone, but sometimes you have to. A child at home alone is a distinct worry for absent parents.
With a few rules and reminders, you can help keep your child safe at home until you get there.
Keep your Kid Safe at Home by Training Them to be Safety Conscious