Times tables are the foundations of all mathematics. They lead to division, fractions, algebra, and geometry, and your child needs to be proficient at them to continue to feel confident and enjoy learning maths. Here are some tips for how your child should practice their times tables.
Behind every kids’ sport team across the country, there’s a coach (probably a volunteer) who puts their heart and soul into shaping our little ones’ sporting journeys. They’re not just teaching them how to kick goals, score tries, or hit those cricket balls out of the park. They’re imparting valuable life lessons about teamwork, dedication, and resilience.
The short answer? Yes! Every school mum knows that when it rains during the school term, it will be at school pick up and drop off. Not on the drive there, not as you arrive home. But just as you need to leave the car. After facing years of cold feet and soggy socks during the runs in silence, I turned to the trusted ASM Community asking for recommendations for footwear that will keep my toes warm and give me a little bit of extra street cred.
Mother’s Day is a special day dedicated to showing our mothers how much we love and appreciate them. It’s not always about how grand the gift is. Mother’s are the foundation and heart of the family. They are the ones who nurture and care for their children from the very beginning, making sure that they have all they need, are happy, and loved. It’s the perfect opportunity to show our gratitude for all they have done for us and the unconditional love they have given us. From the hours of rocking us in their arms, to helping us with our homework on the kitchen bench and always there to hold our hand. In this blog, we’ll share ten heartfelt ways to show your mum how much you love and appreciate her.
This question is on the top of many parents’ minds since we came out of the pandemic. What are the signs that my child needs help? What are the benefits of hiring a tutor? And what tutoring program is best? But before we tackle the big question ‘Does my child need tutoring?’, let us put the situation into perspective.
Date night… It’s a phrase that usually brings a smile to most people’s faces. After all, when you’ve been able to finally get the chance to spend that time together with your partner it helps you to reconnect. But what do you do when date night becomes a struggle because of work and family obligations? Don’t worry, Box’d Night In has shared 10 ideas for the perfect at-home date night for busy parents. These ideas are quick and easy to execute, and they won’t break the bank. Get ready to have some fun with your partner!
The start of the school year can sometimes send mums into a state of mixed emotions. Between the memories created and the desire to get them to school as fast as possible, there is always the juggle, pressure and mental load of all things school. From uniforms, to lunchboxes to other school mums and birthday parties; we have compiled the 33 tips for new school mums from the Australian School Mums community to help you get organized.
With the school year upon us it is easy to become overwhelmed with the number of items to buy. We also have to consider the brands that will stand the test of time lasting the school year. And if you are a first time school parent this can be even more daunting! We have done all the hard work for you – based on feedback in the Australian School Mums Community, we have gathered the ultimate back to school guide for you and your children where you will find everything you need for the school year. We know that costs can add up quickly so there are also some exclusive discounts for you to enjoy!
Rebecca Little is a proud Mama bear of three girls (including twins), entrepreneur, and ambassador for Share the Dignity, and manages an Instagram account followed by almost 50,000 women. To say that Christmas can get a little crazy isn’t far from the truth.
Rebecca shares how she manages to keep calm and create some memories during the festive season.
Leanne Baker is a self-prescribed lover of goal setting and lists. Originally a high-school maths teacher, Leanne is the *Queen* of domestic organisation and has built an online empire creating a range of beautifully designed planners and journals to help to keep your day (week and year) organised while reminding you to be kinder to yourself with a sprinkling of quotes and self-love antidotes. From cleaning checklists to meal planning, weekly timeslots for coordinating key dates and events, habit trackers monthly goal planning and more, these planners are bound to keep your week (and the rest of the family) in tip-top order.
So who better to share organisational tips on getting prepared for the ‘silly season’ than the Queen of domestic planning herself.