In modern life, many families need both parents to work to get ahead financially. As a first-time parent who is looking to return to the workforce, you are about to undertake a round of child care facility interviews to try and find the best fit for you and your child. While you have already searched for reviews and done your homework about the facility costs, have you considered what questions you want to ask during the interview?
Early learning can be highly beneficial for your child. It will equip the young one for full-time schooling. In general, early childhood education is provided through a range of settings, including childcare centres and pre-schools. If you are thinking about signing up your child for this type of schooling, you will need to make adequate preparations. Without proper planning, the initial transition can be tough. Here are some vital guidelines to help you ensure that the change is smooth.
As a parent of five school-aged children who all have different learning styles, I've had to research the variety of options available for providing each child with additional support at various stages of their education. A private tutor might work for kids who respond to logical or verbal learning styles, but not for kids who prefer intrapersonal or kinaesthetic learning styles. I started this blog to share what I've learned from researching and using a variety of education support options within my own family, such as supplementary video courses, group brainstorming sessions, problem solving games and brain training. I hope you find my blog useful.