As the saying goes, “You are what you eat.” This adage holds true, especially when it comes to children’s health and development. Here at Century Private School, we understand that promoting healthy eating habits in children is crucial for their physical and cognitive growth. In this comprehensive guide, we will delve into proven strategies that have successfully encouraged children to adopt and maintain a balanced and nutritious diet. These strategies go beyond the usual tips and tricks, focusing on evidence-based methods that instill a love for healthy foods in young minds.
In an increasingly interconnected world, the ability to communicate in multiple languages has become a valuable asset. As parents, we all want the best for our children, and one way to set them up for success is by introducing them to a second language at an early age.
In this article, we will explore the numerous benefits that come with learning a second language and how it can positively impact your child’s educational journey.
Children constantly learn, even during playtime. With such curious minds, educational activities can be a great experience for them to stimulate their minds and expand their knowledge!
To help educate your children in creative and fun ways, we’ve compiled a list of educational activities you and your children can do!
National University describes Social Emotional Learning or SEL as a methodology that helps students better understand their own emotions, fully feel those emotions, and demonstrate empathy. These behaviors are taught to help students build frameworks to achieve their goals, make sound and responsible decisions, and create positive relationships with others.
Learn about the four life-long benefits that come from Social Emotional Learning!
New behaviors require new boundaries.
As your child transitions into a teenager, you’ll experience new challenges presented by them. They may test boundaries, break some rules, and experiment with their individualism.
To help you navigate your child’s transitioning period into a teen, we’ve compiled a few tips for you.
Children’s curiosity about the world encourages their desire to explore and experiment with new things. In every new activity or setting, they’re asking “what”, “how”, or “why”, trying to make sense of their surroundings. To help, we’ve come up with a few activities that might help nurture your children’s interest in the field of science and the world around them.