April 10th is National Encourage a Young Writer Day. Kathy visits the CTV studio to discuss how this day came to be and shares some tips for parents and their kids headed to high-school, on how to be better prepared for all the writing work, especially in this day and age of short-form texting.
While April 10th is officially National Encourage a Young Writer Day it is important to ensure that high school students are encouraged to write more, and by extension, read more, every day. There is a huge distinction between the amount of writing and reading they do in high school compared to what is expected in college or university. It doesn’t matter if they are going...
Choosing a university might feel like the biggest decision you’ll ever make. But who chooses where the child attends – the child or the parent? Parenting expert Kathy weighs in.
Kathy gives parenting advice for helping students transition into post-secondary school.
Sometimes the worst part of your vacation is the flight. To make it a bit more pleasant for everyone we were joined by Kathy Buckworth to help us “Get Set, Go!”
Kathy Buckworth speaks with CP24 Breakfast about holiday toy ideas for your family.
So, what do you call a person who doesn’t put snow tires on their vehicle? A tow truck. And what do you call a person who isn’t prepared for safely driving in a Canadian winter? Cold. We joke in our neighbourhood that the Annual Summer Tires Meeting takes place at the bottom of an icy hill leading out of our community. No one plans on...
Kathy Buckworth speaks with CHCH’s Morning Live about her experience taking a seven day Transatlantic cruise from New England to New York City.
Kathy Buckworth speaks with CTV News Kitchener about how to pack for a memorable vacation. She advises to start with a list, cube packing and what to do about travelling with contact lenses!
Kathy Buckworth sits alongside parenting expert and author Alyson Schafer on The Morning Show to discuss how to handle holiday expectations for children. They discuss socioeconomic status, wants vs. needs, buying second-hand and children spending their own money on holiday presents.