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How To Teach Your Kids The Value Of Education From An Early Age (overlaid over image of girl reading a book that glows with adventure)

How to Teach Your Kids the Value of Education from an Early Age

Children are like sponges – capable of absorbing an incredible amount of information – even at a very young age.  If you want your child to truly value their education as they grow, then you’ll need to work on influencing the way that they think about education. As children grow, it’s common for them to begin to experience learning and education as boring and bothersome, particularly as they’re exposed to the monotonous routine and schedule of a school.  Fortunately, parents and care providers have an opportunity to change the relationship

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How To Teach Your Kids The Value Of Education From An Early Age (overlaid over image of girl reading a book that glows with adventure)

How to Teach Your Kids the Value of Education from an Early Age

Children are like sponges – capable of absorbing an incredible amount of information – even at a very young age.  If you want your child to truly value their education as they grow, then you’ll need to work on influencing the way that they think about education. As children grow, it’s common for them to begin to experience learning and education as boring and bothersome, particularly as they’re exposed to the monotonous routine and schedule of a school.  Fortunately, parents and care providers have an opportunity to change the relationship

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Anna Anderson is an ordinary, easy-going Canadian mom to three girls (Cat-1996, Monkey-2014, and Fang-2017). She enjoys life with her two youngest children, and her soul mate, Mr. A, in Eastern Ontario. 

She has the requisite mountain of laundry (either dirty waiting to be washed and dried, or clean waiting to be folded and put away), her children get dirty and sometimes live life naked.

Her goal here is to empower laid back families like yours to live your best life by providing practical solutions to everyday problems covering topics including kids, love, and life… without the stress of aiming for SuperParent status.

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