Do you sometimes struggle when helping your younger children with their homework?
During grade school, children are taught the foundations of core subjects, such as reading, writing, math and science. If you’re like many parents, there was probably a time in your life when you knew all the parts of speech or had all of your multiplication tables memorized.
Of the many lessons learned in elementary school, how much do you actually remember?
Take our quiz below for a fun look at how well you’ve retained what you were taught:
Every parent has a different way in which he or she relates to and cares for his or her children. For the most part, there isn’t a right or wrong way to be a parent. It depends on the personalities and motivations of all involved. But, how we respond to everyday situations can say a lot about the type of parent we are.
Are you the “cool parent” that goes with the flow? Or, maybe you’re more traditional and raise your children the way you were brought up? Take our fun quiz below to find out what type of parent you are.
Regardless of your result, there’s one thing that all parents share in common. We want to make sure that our children are taken care of no matter what life has in store. Learn more about how Gerber Life can help to financially protect those who matter most to us.
Your happiness may be at stake.
Life constantly changes and evolves. Some people don’t like change or it makes them feel uncomfortable, and they resist it. Other people tend to go with the flow, neither bothered nor unbothered by change, and adapting as needed. Still others embrace change and thrive in new environments.
Learning how to accept and adapt to the inevitable twists and turns of life can be key to our long-term happiness.
How do you stack up? Take our quiz below to find out how well you adapt to change.
April is National Financial Literacy Month. What better time to put your financial knowledge to the test? Or to learn more?
Take our seven-question Personal Finance Literary Quiz below to test your understanding of some of the basics. Think you have what it takes to earn a perfect score? After tallying your points, you’re welcome to share your score with us and on social media.
For many parents, there are some children’s books that you can never outgrow. These classic tales from our formative years not only helped us learn to read, but also likely influenced the person we turned out to be.
There’s something really special about sharing your favorite childhood story with your own child, and exploring other classics to see what stories he or she responds to.
Let’s take a trip down memory lane to the land of “Once Upon a Time.” Take our quiz to see how well you know these classic children’s stories from the past.