#MAOAMmischief: 5 fun pranks to do at home #ad

  What kind of mischief does your family get up to? Having fun with family is more important than ever, including activities that we can do at home. To inspire families, MAOAM have launched their Mischief Hub, with its own certified ‘mischief maker’, Max (the little green guy from the MAOAM sweet wrappers). The Mischief…

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Catfishing or fraping? Know your cyberbullying terms

It sounds like a different language but one our children are becoming all too familiar with. From “catfishing” to “fraping” to a “roasting”, there are terms flying around that as parents, we need to be aware of, if not only to be able to speak to our children in the language they are using and…

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The 47 funniest things kids are curious about

At our Curious Kids Twitter Chat we asked what types of questions your children have and were amused and intrigued by what you told us. In thousands of tweets parents revealed what their children wonder about – some of it sweet, some scientific and some quite thought-provoking for the grown-ups as well, such as whether ants…

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Teens and Tweens: Thriving vs surviving in lockdown

‘Surviving’ seems to be one of the big buzzwords at the moment, along with ‘coping’ (or ‘not coping’) and ‘homeschooling’. Suddenly, during this period of lockdown, ordinary mums and dads have been tasked with being homeschoolers while also having to possibly work from home. This would be barely achievable if you didn’t also have to…

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Teens & Tweens: Parenting In A Pandemic

Welcome back, dear readers. I hope you are all keeping well and safe. Normally with the advent of Spring we are looking forward to new beginnings and for many of our teens and tweens that means exams leading to a new chapter in their lives and holidays filled with new adventures. Yet our previously carefree,…

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