Have you taught your children about money, value of money and hard work?
What is the most important thing to teach your children about money?
Are there some things about money, saving, investing and taking risks you wish your younger self knew?
Do you sometimes wish that you had started out as an entrepreneur much earlier? Been better equipped to identify financial opportunities and act on them? (more…)
“Children are great imitators. So give them something great to imitate.”
To be honest, there are times my little cousins say some things and I can quickly tell where they heard/learnt it from. So, whenever I see my Aunt correcting them, I want to laugh out loud and i am tempted to tell her that they’ve heard her say exactly the same thing the other day. (more…)
#1 It Makes Your Job Easier
A teacher’s job requires a lot of demands and sacrifices. Technology has the ability to make your job easier. No more late nights grading papers when 9ijakids games can give you instant scores on games played, no marking required. (more…)
Technology is changing and impacting the way we do things in everyday life and the classroom is no exception. Technology is removing the four walls of a classroom, providing easier access to wonderful content, enabling better collaboration by teachers across the world and providing more and more digital resources for schools, teachers and students. (more…)
Children born in the 21st Century are digital natives, to them using the Internet is as easy as breathing. They don’t need help, training or instructions when it comes to using mobile phones, tablets or digital assistants like Alexa and Siri. Technology powers their world. (more…)
I decided to check on my little cousins last weekend as I haven’t seen them in a long time. Before then, their mom had engaged me severally on what to do with the kids this long holiday and each time I raised the extracurricular topic, she was indifferent about it. (more…)
Summer holiday equals play time with a capital P. But play doesnt always mean that a child is not learning. Experts say its important not to allow “brain slump” during the long summer holidays but does this have to mean little or no play?? So an important question for parents this summer is “How to Ensure Your Child Plays, Have Fun and Learns this Summer? (more…)
The long vacation is almost here , the kids are going to be spending more unsupervised time at home with nannies, domestic helps, drivers, uncles, aunts and cousins. Have you spoken to them about sex education and protecting their bodies? (more…)