Literacy expert: Yes, you should read the same books to your child over and over 6 min read
This is one of the key steps in the whole learning-to-read process.
VIDEO: Preparing your child for their first day of school 1 min read
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Why children should stay in school—and not go on protest marches 3 min read
Last month, Mums At The Table published the article, "In the footsteps of Greta Thunberg? One mum says yes. Here's why". Not everybody agreed. Here's one reader's response.
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In the footsteps of Greta Thunberg? One mum says yes. Here's why 5 min read
Some may criticise kids for illegally taking time off school to protest major social issues, but in the name of social justice, the end sometimes does justify the means.