Kids & Teens

Family is important to us all and those of you with young children and teenagers know that there are a lot of issues you need to keep on top of to help you ensure your child's wellbeing.

You want the best for your child and you want to make sure they're safe and healthy; to do this you want all the latest information and tips and here at A1 articles you can find all of the advice and guidance you're looking for.

Our authors post new articles daily and all our content is free to use so you can stay up to date with all the issues affecting you and your child.

From the best ways to keep your child safe online, tips on communicating effectively with your teen, how to deal with bullying and social issues and recognising problem signs, we have articles covering all of this essential information.

We also have articles on gift suggestions, the latest trends for children and young adults and all the best advice on keeping them challenged and entertained.

All you could want for keeping in touch with your child, keeping them safe and keeping them happy!

Kids & Teens Articles

07th December 2012

General Report Card Comments - Guiding Teachers on Planning and Writing Them

A report card is used to show a child’s overall performance in school. As a teacher you have an obligation to write report card comments that can be understood by parents and children. The comments should reflect the true performance of a child. They shou...

29th November 2012

What Guides Decisions In Court Cases On Child Custody

Cases that revolve around child custody can be extremely hard to resolve. But the people who approach the courts with such cases expect arbitration: so the cases have to be resolved, regardless of their great complexity. More often than not, it is single ...

01st November 2012

How a Preschool can Benefit your Child

The debate on over whether it is better to keep a 2-and-a-half-year-old at home or send her to a play school continues. Some believe that keeping a toddler at home nurtures strong emotional bonds, while most others believe that a few hours at a preschool ...

22nd October 2012

Preschool Franchise Business in India

Do you know that the first 2000 days (0-6 years) of a child’s life are critical to brain development? At this stage, the brain pathways that receive, store, connect and transmit information are developing rapidly and with the right stimulation these pathw...

09th October 2012

Are Certain Behaviors Keeping Your Child with Autism Stuck?

Do all of your child’s behaviors make sense? Most likely they do not, especially if your child has an Autism Spectrum Disorder. The neural pathways in the brain of a child with Autism are wired differently causing him or her to respond in ways that may be...

08th October 2012

Ten Tips to Get Your Child Reading (Reading Readiness)

Read to your child as often as possible. You’ve heard this statement over and over again. Why? It’s been repeated because it is at the core of the learning process for reading. Read books to your child every day. If you’re having difficulty finding tim...

04th October 2012

Tips for Talking to Your Child About His/Her Day at Kinderpillar

What did you do in school today? Did you have a good time? Usually the answer from your child is one word or a shoulder shrug. Every parent wants to know how their child’s day at school went but interestingly probably last thing you should do is ask he...

04th October 2012

Home to School Transition Tips for Parents

The key word here is "unhurried". You know how you feel when you are in a rush. Now multiply that by your child"s age and you have the stress level of a hurried preschooler in the beginning of the year. Planning for unhurried and happy transitions sta...

29th August 2012

Helping Your Child With Autism Cope With School Anxiety

Do you really know how your child feels about going back to school this year? Maybe last year was a positive experience but can you really assume this will be another carbon copy? Many children, even those without an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), can ha...

08th August 2012

Feeding Your Baby

A few tips regarding feeding your baby: 0 to 4 months For infants, milk is the only essential food (with water) or from the breast. Cow's milk does not cover 100% of nutritional intake necessary for the development of your baby. Only breast milk meets...

06th August 2012

Coloring Pages: Ensuring Multi-Faceted Development of Children

Studies and researches have shown that initial five years of a child are the most critical ones from the point of view of learning. Their capacity to learn new things is at its highest ebb during this period. Children of this age group can be compared to ...

15th June 2012

Why you should send your child to a Montessori elementary school

As a parent you want the best education for your child. It is well documented that during the precarious transition from elementary to middle school, young adolescents begin to doubt the value of their academic curriculum and their abilities to succeed. H...

14th May 2012

Why kids computer camp are absolutely essential for your child

Imagining a life without computer is difficult. It is actually tougher for kids nowadays who've grown up doing their homework and playing games on computer. While even today a lot of people find it very difficult to even start or run a computer there are ...

26th April 2012

Helping Your Child Build Self-Esteem

Kids sometimes have a hard time building and maintaining positive levels of self-esteem, particularly when they get to their pre-teen and teenage years of life. There are numerous things that can hinder good self-esteem such as school, learning new skills...

20th April 2012

Xbox 360 Bundle Deals - Check Out the Best Ones Here

Many times finding Xbox 360 units in a bundle set (meaning there will be games, and accessories prepacked with the main console), you will find substantial savings in the overall cost of these prepackaged Xbox 360 Bundle Deals. Another benefit is that ...