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National Bedtime Reading Month
This month is National Reading Month. Reading and listening to stories helps children feel safe and secure as they sit or lie next to you. To celebrate this special month, why not add an extra 5 or 10 minutes to your bedtime routine and maybe listen to...
Does your child go to school with a superpower?
This is a great way to instill confidence and positivity in your child's daily life. Send them off to school with a Super Power!
Happy Fathers Day
Daddy, will you read me a bedtime story? Did you know that bedtime stories are most often read by mothers? In fact, according to a recent survey from YouGov, 65% of mothers were responsible for reading to their children. Often fathers are too busy or tired...
Send your child on an adventure!
Let your child have fun on our magical island adventures
The power of gratitude
Being grateful can help us feel happy and healthy
Spring time Exercises
Some simple exercises to practice at home or in the classroom this springtime.
It is becoming quite clear that material possessions and money does not create happiness. Family, love, values are keys to true health and happiness.
When children grow up feeling loved and nurtured, their confidence can soar, they are able to take better care of their health, they feel valued and so develop self esteem and are able to respect others as well as their self. A happy healthy child is positive and full of vitality and a pleasure to be around.
Signs of a happy healthy child:
empathy for others • high self-esteem • honesty • self-reliance • self-control • kindness • cooperation • cheerfulness
Regular relaxation can play a part in developing a child's health and happiness. Relaxation has been proved to help reduce depression and moments of quiet reflection can help children ponder over their strengths and feel more optimistic and positive.