The International Day of Families is held annually on May 15, implemented by the United Nations to celebrate the importance of families in response to changing social and economic structures, which have affected and still affect the structure and stability of family units in many regions of the globe.
When it comes to the well-being of our children, we want to know they are safe, happy and healthy in their environment, whether it be at school, around home or in a public area. Bullying can happen in many forms within each of these environments. If your child is suffering from bullying or could be demonstrating bullying tendencies themselves, it is vital as parents that we recognise the signs and address them as quickly as we can. The effects of bullying can have serious effects on a child’s development and leave a lasting impression on all involved.
Every parent can understand that our little ones love fun and that fun often means a little bit of mess!
So these school holidays, why not get the kids excited about housework! Sound too good to be true? Try out these tips and tricks into turning housework into a game!
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