SAPS 187 – How to Support Your Child for a Very Different School Year

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I’ve been coaching a lovely Mum who lives in Australia this week on Skype and we talked about the 5 languages of love as she hadn’t heard of them before.

So here is a blog post explaining what they are, how they really can transform your family relationships, and how you can change the way your children feel loved forever.

How to spot your child’s language of love with ‘The 5 Love Languages of Love’

  1. Physical Touch
  2. Words of Affirmation
  3. Quality Time
  4. The giving and receiving of gifts
  5. Acts of service

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There’s lots of useful information available about the transition from Year 6 to Year 7. But sometimes, finding it isn’t easy. We’ve gathered together a variety of resources you might find useful. From academic reports, to guidance leaflets, to videos. And FREE downloads, too…


The Dummy Tree, The Tooth Fairy & other Quirky Family Traditions that Work Wonders from around the World

       

 

’m always encouraging my parents to create their own family traditions from bike rides to bowling, from having a film night in with popcorn to having a Sunday Lunch together as it builds memories that last a lifetime.

I also love exploring and I came upon this really interesting article about parenting traditions from different cultures around the world that I thought I would share with you from Pacifier Trees to Tooth Fairy traditions …….

 

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Don’t Stew – Ask Sue Parenting Q & A

Q. ‘Dear Sue, I’m worried about my 6 year old going back to school & my older son starting Secondary School. Any tips?’ Toni Braithwaite from Southend, Essex
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