By Sara Bailey
When you prepare a dish at home, you likely research online tips and recipes to ensure success. So, when you are preparing children to grow into happy and healthy adults, why not do the same? There are endless tools and resources online that can resolve some of the toughest issues you face as a parent, and you should not have to figure it all out on your own.
If you want help with everything from helping your children begin learning at home to protecting your bond with your children, here are some resources you need to read through.
Resources to Keep Kid Learning Even at Home
From the time you bring them home, your children begin learning and exploring the world around them. So be sure to reinforce a love of learning with these handy resources:
Simple Ways to Make Your Baby Smarter
Educational Activities for Kids
STEM & STEAM TV Shows for Kids
Toolkits to Keep Kids Safe at Home & Outside
Safety is always on your mind as a parent, so you should definitely look into these helpful sites and resources for keeping your kids protected both at home and out in the world.
When to Babyproof Your Home
Playground Safety for Young Children
Keeping Kids Safe Online
Resources to Keep Parent-Children Bonds Strong
As your children grow older, they’re bound to become more independent, but you can help foster a bond between you and your children that will last a lifetime.
Why Bonding Is Essential for Newborns
Tips for Strengthening Relationships with Kids
Bond Together Through Gaming — Upgrade Your Internet for Ultra-Fast Speeds
Getting children ready to face the world is one of the toughest jobs on earth! So, be sure to fill your toolbox with enough resources to make that job easier — being a parent is already hard enough without having to come up with all the answers on your own.
Sara Bailey is a writer and parent of two young children. Her husband passed away when she was 40, in the recent past. Suddenly confronted with the role of being a single parent and child rearing as a widow, she was forced to find ways to manage her situation for herself and her kids.
In Sarah’s own words: “Like many people who have lost the love of their life, I never in a million years thought I’d be here. On my 40th birthday — which I spent with my husband and our two kids bowling, devouring cupcakes, and laughing more than I ever thought was possible — I never dreamed that by my 41st, I’d be a grieving single mom raising a son and daughter on her own. But here I am, and with each passing day, I get a little stronger, and life gets a little easier.”
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