Review of An Essay Service with Cheap Prices

For the majority of students it is evident that writing help should not be expensive. Previously, expensive essays and other papers were justified — academic writing services were scarce and you had to look for rather long time to find a reliable one. These days, writing services can be found in a few clicks and there is less and less scam services as they are well-filtered by Google engines and can be easily detected due to online references. When something is not exclusive anymore, it should not be expensive anymore. That is why it is utterly ridiculous to order papers… [Read More]

Treads The School Shoes That Are Indestructible Review #Ad

Children and school shoes if your children are anything like my seven year old twin girls then you will have that feeling that you are constantly buying new ones because they quite simply don’t last very long. As a new full-term starts we are off to the shops to Purchase new school shoes again “parents give big sigh!” Muttering under their breath more money. So when I was approached by Treads the makers of the the indestructible school shoe, yes I will be honest I was a little bit sceptical that a shoe could be indestructible surely there is no… [Read More]

Fun Ways to Get Your Child to Love Maths

It is hard to get kids hooked up on maths. It is a subject that requires a lot of concentration and focus, and that is something that younger children have little of. If you want to help them grasp the main topics, you will probably need to do your bit as a parent outside of school. Knowing your maths is a life skill that comes handy at every stage of life. Below you will find a few tips on how to make the most out of your home education. Image via PxHere Keep Them Challenged It is important that your… [Read More]

School Returns Back To The Playground

Today is the first day of school for 2019 and we will all arrive on the school playground looking knackered, exhausted and totally dishevelled, with a total urgency to give our children away for the day and breathe again after the excitement and absolutely exhausting time of Christmas where we have had the joy of melt-downs and arguments between our children. Christmas is lots of fun no doubt, but jeez once a year is more than enough haha! Being a part-time stay at home dad means that I have the pleasure of doing the school run two to three days… [Read More]

Remembrance Sunday And My 6 Year Old Twin Daughters: My Sunday Photo

On Monday last week all the children at our daughters school were asked to bring rocks or pebbles into school. have to admit I had no idea why and true to form I completely forgot. I told the teacher we had forgotten and she said tomorrow would be fine to bring them in. By chance when I was walking back to my car to go to work I bumped into one of the other mums and mentioned if her daughter had taken a rock in and she replied yes, and she said I have some spares which I was welcome… [Read More]

My Sunday Photo: Half-Term

For the last week it’s been half-term here in Wales. We have to split child care between us due to my wife’s and my own work commitments as we don’t have any extended family to help out. Don’t misunderstand me, I’m not moaning about it, it’s just the way it is and we are certainly not alone as many other couples with children face the same issues during the school holidays with child care. For the first three days of the half term I was on my own with the girls while my wife went out to work, but I… [Read More]

Homework Oh! How’s It’s Changed

Ok! I come from the era of schooling when homework didn’t start until you started high school. I guess that makes me old, haha! Well, not that old! I genuinely cannot remember having any homework during primary and junior school, and I am happy about this because it allowed me to be a kid, so that when I got home from school I could go and play outside with my friends or watch TV, which I think is perfectly normal for any child up to the age of 10 or 11. The last thing thing children need at that age… [Read More]

Year 2 And SATS: My Thoughts

My twin girls, R and M, have now been in year 2 for nearly a month, and already I’ve noticed a huge difference in both of them.   In their previous years they tended to have teachers that were for want of a better description, smiley and happy all the time, and most of their learning was done through play, but this has all changed since they started year 2. When we asked the girls what their new teacher is like, both of the girls replied saying she shouts a lot. Of course there is nothing wrong with a teacher… [Read More]