Welcome to the Kiddles hub for child education. On this page, we share a wealth of information pertaining to the development and education of older kids, aged 6 and up. This is a place where moms can find information on schooling and curricula, repeating grades and more! Not sure where to start reading. Why not try one of our suggested reads:


Best articles on child education

How to raise kids that love science

As a parent, you might be hoping for the best as far as your kid’s education in science, technology, and engineering goes once he’s off to school. But to truly spike your child’s interest in the field of STEM, you have to start at a young age. It all starts at home, and there are several ways in which you can do this. Let’s look at some of the ways you can go about raising a kid who loves science:


What kids need to know by age 6

Most parents freak out over the idea of teaching their kids a certain set of life skills before they reach critical ages in their lives, but with the wealth of information available on the web, and the abundance of contradicting advice, how can you know what’s real and what’s just filler content? It’s hard to set a strict rule as to what your kid ought to be doing by age six since all kids develop at their own pace, but here are some basics you should have started teaching your kid by age 6.


All about repeating Grade R

Some preschool kids amaze their parents with their scholastic abilities. They seem to exhibit some exceptional skills and abilities when it comes to learning. But as soon as they start ‘big school’, the wheels come off. So what do you do in the event that your child’s teacher suggests he or she repeats Grade R? Should your kid repeat grade R? A lot of kids that were born late in the year face this problem. But it also rings true for kids that were born during the early days of January. Should you, as the parent, push your kid through to grade 1. Or should you keep them back? How can you be sure you’re making the right decision? Read the full article here.


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