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What better way for your kids to explore their creativity, hobbies and writing skills than to start their own blog? If you are still new to this online venture, have a look at what we have to say about blogging for kids and how you can inspire them to create their own.
Helping Your Kids to Develop Emotional Intelligence...
Helping your child to set up an ecommerce store is the ideal way to introduce them to Entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship is the development of a business from the ground up — coming up with an idea and turning it into a profitable business. But while the definition of entrepreneurship may be simple, its execution is much more difficult. Launching an ecommerce business has the same checklists as starting a company or business offline. This is your chance to guide and educate them in the world of business.
How to Teach Your Kids About Time Management
Teaching your kids the ins and outs of using the internet is crucial for their technological development and will leave them with a sense of fulfillment and achievement. Just like you’ve taught your kids not to speak to strangers or walk home by themselves, you also have to teach them to take precautions when it comes to internet usage.
It’s never too early to start teaching your kids about kindness. These tendencies are ingrained in them from a young age, as GreatGood explains; ‘Many studies have demonstrated that children as young as 14 months have innate altruistic tendencies, well before socialization can have a major influence on their development. We share some of the best ways to inspire kindness in your kids: