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6 tips for getting prepared for Year 11

6 tips for getting prepared for Year 11

Being prepared for year 11 - which in Australia means senior high school - feels almost as daunting as getting your five-year-old ready for 'big school'. Only this time the school is actual big school and your five-year-old is HUGE. My son starts year 11 in three...

Eddie Woo explains why it’s not too late if your teen hates maths

Eddie Woo explains why it’s not too late if your teen hates maths

Have you been watching Eddie Woo on Teenage Boss on the ABC? It's a top show to watch with the kids. Eddie challenges teens to take charge of the family finances for a month and that starts out about as hilariously as you'd expect. The kids all come good, though,...

How to help kids with homework (without doing it for them)

How to help kids with homework (without doing it for them)

Parents are a child’s first and most important teachers. Parent involvement in their child’s learning can help improve how well they do in school. However, when it comes to knowing how to help kids with homework, it’s not so simple. By Melissa Barnes, Monash...

My top 3 biggest parenting regrets (and how I’m fixing them)

My top 3 biggest parenting regrets (and how I’m fixing them)

I'm pretty sure I'm not alone when I say that I've got parenting regrets. There are so many, many things I wish I'd done differently. Of course, coulda woulda shoulda. Brought to you by Stockspot. I try not to dwell on my parenting regrets, but the fact is, there are...

6 ways for kids to focus on homework and ditch distractions

6 ways for kids to focus on homework and ditch distractions

With all the distractions we’re presented with from the internet and other forms of media these days, it can be very difficult for kids to focus on homework. It is so convenient to tweet what you’re doing, text your friends, watch Smosh on YouTube, or to do an...

20+ homework tips to help take the hassle out of homework

20+ homework tips to help take the hassle out of homework

I was just about to rattle off a really great article with my most useful homework tips, but I stopped. I mean, how useful is one person's advice really? Every home is different, every family is different, every kid and mum and thing is different. So, instead, I asked...

Try the Pomodoro Technique for homework

Try the Pomodoro Technique for homework

The Pomodoro Technique for school homework is your basic game changer. A friend shared the idea when I asked for her tips to get the school homework done. I tried it out on my three kids the very next day and... we are converts. To use the Pomodoro Technique for...

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Jules Sebastian on turning ‘negatives’ into positives

Jules Sebastian on turning ‘negatives’ into positives

Often what we perceive to be our flaws are often our greatest gift. In this edited extract from Jules Sebastian's new book Tea & Honesty, she explains how turning negatives into positives is as simple as learning to turn on your light. What a fabulous lesson for...

In Good Company: Little herb pies with pickles

In Good Company: Little herb pies with pickles

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“I hate that my daughter has a sex life”

“I hate that my daughter has a sex life”

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