Information On What You Need To Know About Post-Divorce Child Relocation

Both parents must work together to determine what is best for their child. If one parent chooses to move to another region and take the child with, the other parent must agree. In case of you having a child custody order in place, it will be necessary to return to court with the agreement to have it modified, and the new living situation added. As long as the new arrangement is according to your child’s best interests, the judge will have no issues in approving it. However, if the move is not to … [Read more...]

Top Tips on How to Stay Organized in the Six Week Summer Holidays

It’s something that’s equally dreaded and looked forward to by all parents alike. As the school year draws to an end, and our children are preparing to move up a year in school, you have the inevitable six-week gap in between the end of a term, and the beginning of a new one. Of course, it’s lovely to be able to spend the time with your kids, and you probably have some lovely things planned, but six weeks is a long time for a little one. Kids thrive off routine, and are therefore better behaved … [Read more...]

Simple Outdoor Activities For Kids on a Hot Summer Day

Looking for simple outdoor activities for kids on a hot summer day? When the summer heat rolls in kids often want to sit inside and hide from the heat. This can lead to them sitting around watching TV, playing video games, or whining about being bored.  Use some of these fun outdoor activities for kids to get your kids outside on a hot summer day. They can have fun and wear themselves out without heating up the house. Freeze small toys into a block of ice and give your child … [Read more...]

Tips for Keeping Kids Occupied on Rainy Days

Some days are happy and fun, and you arise in the morning to the sounds of birds chirping and see the light streaming in from your window. Other days, you wake up to the sounds of pounding rain, and you open your eyes, but your room is nearly as dark as it is at midnight. Those rainy days. What would we do without them? They make the grass grow, the flowers bloom, the vegetable sprout. Without rain, we’d all go hungry! So, there’s definitely what to appreciate about rainy days, but, … [Read more...]

7 Seemingly Simple Requests From Your Children

Many times, as parents, we know that our child is about to request something. They will waddle towards us. All shy, they lift their head and in a high pitched voice, utter: “Mommy/Daddy can I have...” Sometimes it’s a strict no. On some occasions, we only have to nod in agreement. Nonetheless, in several instances, we must take a moment to consider if granting the wish is a good idea or not. I Want a Video Game Console Children have always loved video games. It was just a matter of time … [Read more...]

How Can Your Kid Go From “Hating” To “Loving” Piano Lessons?

When children begin their piano lessons, they typically have aspirations of "playing like their older cousin," or "playing like a music star." Some of them even have a playlist they want to master. Children between the ages of 4 and 10 are quite quick in learning the piano because their fingers are agile, and they are quite smart when it comes to following instructions. However, there is the odd student who "hates" piano lessons. Whether it is in Plainview, NY, or in Huntington, students who … [Read more...]

6 Productivity Activities To Occupy Your Kids During Summer Break

Every year, after the cold and harsh winter, we wait for this time around to enjoy the sun a bit more. But what gets our stress hormone all pumped up is our kiddo getting bored all the time. We always want to do something for him which is productive and helpful but can’t really find it. This also gets us irritated sometimes. But no worries, Etutorworld has found out a list for you and as well as your kid, just read along: Get a Chore Chart We all know that the habit of being responsible … [Read more...]

Benefits of Sports for Children

Have you thought about asking your child to take up a sport? You should! Taking up sports is an excellent way to keep your child healthy and active. Also, healthy habits are best started early. Kids around 4 years of age are naturally active, so random walks to the park, running, throwing a baseball, kicking a soccer ball, swimming, or riding a bicycle are all excellent ways to stay healthy and have fun all at the same time! While the goal isn’t to go pro, the benefits of sport, which go … [Read more...]