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25 Jan 2020
Organisational skills help children do well in school and stay on track at home. But for a lot of kids, staying organised is a challenge.
4 Jan 2020
It's the New Year, and we are four days into 2020. It is a good time to pick up good habits, self development, improve and be a better part of ourselves.
11 Dec 2019
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the Civilian JTF have reintegrated 464 children after separating them from armed groups in North East.
23 Nov 2019
Becoming independent is a critical part of growth and making mistakes can be a natural phenomenon that every individual will go through. How it is handled and lessons learnt from mistakes make the difference.
16 Nov 2019
Every parent wants his or her child to make the right decision. This, in turn, helps them grow into smarter and more confident teenagers and adults. This requires them to be knowledgeable. However, with the right guide, children can be channeled to get involved in right decision-making. It is important to start by letting them…
10 Nov 2019
Like we started to examine last week, parenting in this information age is challenging, as it requires almost a total departure from the way we were brought up. Another thing is the fact that what our children now know; we never knew when we were at the same age. In our time, a 10-year-old child…
2 Nov 2019
The academic term is half way gone and of course it is best to analyse how well your kids are settling down in school. This is quite necessary as it is the first term in a new class.
20 Sep 2019
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) yesterday confirmed that no fewer than 34,419 children presently risk dying from high prevalence of Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM) cases in Taraba State.
30 Aug 2019
Brain Squad, a group of five Nigerian girls, has invented an app that helps less privileged children go to school. The app, Handsout, won the People’s Choice award at this year’s global Technovation competition in Silicon Valley, California. More than 19,000 teenage girls were featured in the competition
24 Aug 2019
Sparkle Foundation has organised a two-week Summer skills acquisition programme for children in slum communities. Tagged Skill Not Street, the programme was aimed at taking them off the streets.
21 Aug 2019
Kids often get troublesome when they are idle, it is important to engage them especially with activities that can make them smarter. Below are some activities that can keep your kids busy and engage them: Kitchen aid Try to find a friendly recipe that is likely to keep your kids engaged and interested . It…
6 Aug 2019
Gone are those days when the quest to be ranked among the educated elites in the country is our first priority. Farewell to those days when Nigerian parents put their farms and property for sale just to sponsor their child’s education. Long ago, academic success such as graduation, promotion, and scholarship always call for a…

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