7 tips for teaching financial education to children

7 tips for teaching financial education to children

FAMILY, Psychology
It is increasingly difficult for us to save. Squeezing the salary to make ends meet is an odyssey for many families who have seen their income decreased as they go through one financial crisis after another. For this reason, giving children financial education guidelines begins to have great relevance not only for families but also for teachers. From an early age, children can learn to save and improve income management. Learning a series of tips to lead healthy finances and be prepared for any unforeseen events can be vital for your future. 7 Tricks to Teach Financial Education to Children 1. Save from the start of the month To have a good management of finances, you have to start by saving money for any unexpected expense or better yet, a…
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My kids do eat ice cream and I don’t feel guilty about it

My kids do eat ice cream and I don’t feel guilty about it

FAMILY
When I say that my children drink ice cream, there are parents who look at me weird. I am aware that sweets and saturated fats are bad for the health of children and for anyone in general. Going over sweets is not good for anyone. What's more, it is normal that in many homes (including mine), where they are aware of how bad it is for health, breakfasts or snacks loaded with sugars or saturated fats are avoided. Your children's nutrition in adult life depends on how you feed them in childhood, the choices you put on the table, and how you relate to food. But yes, especially when the heat comes, my kids drink ice cream and I don't feel guilty about it. My kids have ice cream My children drink ice cream and it is…
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7 short plays to perform as a family – wellbeingstyle

7 short plays to perform as a family – wellbeingstyle

FAMILY, Psychology
Most children love to do theater and play different characters. It is an excellent resource that helps them put themselves in the place of others and discover new ways of seeing the world from another perspective. However, what many parents do not know is that theater is much more than just a diversion for children as it helps to develop their memory and enhances their ability to resolve conflicts, while giving free rein to their imagination and creativity. This performing art is also an ideal tool to help children lose the fear of public speaking and develop their vocabulary and oral expression. Interpretation also helps children consolidate their self-esteem and gain self-confidence, while helping them recognize and deal with their emotions. Undoubtedly, it is also a good exercise to strengthen the bonds in the family and enjoy a different time of quality.…
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