• Parent Volunteer
    General Education

    How to Be a Useful Parent Volunteer

    Many of us like to help out with our children’s activities in our free time as it allows us a little insight into their world. Whether it is a sports team or just volunteering as a chaperone for a school event, there are many things you can do. Here are some of the things you should think about if you want to be as useful a parent volunteer as possible. Drive the Minibus If your child is on a sports team, you will already know how difficult it can be to organise away games. Splitting the kids between different cars is not always the best option. Some parents might also…

  • Baby Father
    Family Law

    Legal Responsibilities of Becoming a Parent

    Most people don’t truly understand the full spectrum of what it means to be a parent before they bring a new child into this world. Not only are you responsible for raising a human being, but there are many legal responsibilities to consider as well. The emotional rush of becoming a new parent is strong, and it can easily overwhelm your rational senses. It is important to remain grounded, and wait until you are fully prepared to live up to all the responsibilities of having a kid. Check out a brief description of a few of the most vital legal responsibilities of becoming a parent, and consider whether or not…

  • Boy Reading Books
    Preschool

    The Time to Start Reading to Your Child Is Now

    If you were a young reader yourself, you might already understand the value of learning to read sooner rather than later — but if you aren’t, on the other hand, you might be unaware of what kind of benefits your kids can gain the sooner you start reading to them. This is different than the type of reading you do when you scroll through Facebook or Twitter; this is the type of imaginative reading that takes you on a journey! It All Starts With the Picture Book Children of any age can start building healthy reading habits with simple picture and board books. However, the younger your child, the better…