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What adults don’t know about good food is surprising. What kids don’t know about good food is reason enough to join Jamie Oliver’s food revolution! It’s the fun kind of revolution; a violence-free movement to put compulsory and practical food education on the school curriculum in all G20 countries.
Parents, let me tell you why it’s easy to get on board!
When your kids learn about good food:
As parents, we generally consider homework as activities or studying that our children bring home, sometimes as early as starting in grade one, and going all the way up to the high school years. Unfortunately, our approach to supporting our children rarely changes despite the fact that children’s needs change and the goal of homework may be different at different grades. As kids transition from class to class, and grade to grade, so should the role that a parent plays to help their child complete homework or study assignments. What works for a child in grade 5 should not …
Let’s face it: homework and studying are not everyone’s idea of fun. In many homes, it is a time for many parents and children to struggle or to feel frustrated. This increases friction at home and makes that environment less conducive for learning. For some, homework can even lower a child’s self-esteem if they know that a parent may get upset when called upon to help, after a long day at work.
Luckily, there are ways to turn this daily chore into something pleasant and productive for your child. Here are some tips to get you started:
Setting up …