Schooling at home during lockdown has become part of the new normal. For some months now, most school children have been mandated by government to stay at home. This is as a result of the recent covid19 pandemic ravaging the whole world.
Most parents have found themselves in the dilemma of keeping their school children busy. This is not easy in anyway as no one planned for this. Adjusting to this new situtaion of children schooling at home is very important for both patents and their children’s wellbeing.
If you are a work from home parent, you will agree with me that it is pretty much difficult keeping the children calm while trying to achieve your work goals.
Most of our kids are used to school settings, finding themselves schooling at home looks odd. How can we help these children enjoy schooling at home during lockdown?
There are 5 basic things every parent should do help their children enjoy schooling at home during the lockdown(more…)
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Children and youth aged 5-17 should accumulate at least 60 minutes of moderate – to vigorous-intensity physical activity daily.
Ideally everyone believes working from home is less stressful as it eliminates a lot of inconveniences like the time and energy spent
on commuting to and fro work.
Cecilia was trying to finish typing her report on the laptop and send it to her boss before her deadline expired. Beside her was Bobo, her two-year old son crying and demanding Cecilia’s Samsung phone to play with. The woman didn’t want ‘disturbance’, so she gave her phone to Bobo.
Minutes later, she heard a smashing noise; Bobo had hit the phone on the tiles. The screen shattered.(more…)
So I was in a mall last week, trying to decide which affordable toy to get for my neighbour’s child (whom I had promised to get a toy for if he recorded high scores in his school tests), when I noticed a child and his mother walk into the same toy section where I was. They moved behind me, next to another woman with her daughter standing opposite me, choosing items from the shelf.
I was still trying to choose between a plastic ball and an inflated bear when I heard noises behind me; the boy –who had just walked in with his mother—was protesting and throwing tantrums that he wanted a blue toy obviously already picked by the girl who had been standing close to the shelf with her mother. There were many toys on the shelf, clearly, but the boy (about five years or so) apparently wanted the one already chosen by the girl. I was going to shake my head at the hilarious childish outburst and then proceed to the counter when I got the shock of my life.(more…)
Every month, we bring you an exciting story of a parent to inspire you on your parenting journey. Do you want to learn how to be organised at home?
Parenting is a continuous process, a job without the option of resignation so yoi just have to be organised at home.
This month, let’s meet our guest, a wife , a mother and a ddeclutering and organising specialist .
Here’s our chat with her
As parents the necessity of hand sanitizer on your child’s bag is a must. If you are one of those parents like me who usually avoid buying hand sanitizers either out of omission of forgetfulness then you need to make hay while the sun shines. But if you are a Read more…
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It is my pleasure to bring you this edition of parentinggist parent of the month, guess what? She is an amazing woman, a mompreneur,a fashionpreneur who left the lucrative financial sector to pursue her dreams in fashion.
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Here’s the full interview..