1. Walk to school with your kids
When it comes to buying a condo for sale in Thailand, one of the most important factors you have to consider is where you live. The type of area you choose to buy in depends on your family, whether or not you want children, and also the kind of school your kids will attend.
A lot of people choose a neighborhood with easy access to schools because they don’t want their kids to have cars or use public transportation when they come home from school.
I’m not sure if it’s true that a kid can learn in a car or on a train but since I am aware that I can’t take any kids anywhere with me, I do think it’s important for parents to know this information.
2. Share time together as a family
No matter what your preferences, you must be able to afford to buy a home. Although there are many different types of home, these three types are most common:
1. Single-family home: The single-family home is a house that has only one owner or one tenant.
2. Multi-family home: There is more than one person living in it, but everyone lives in the same room or apartment.
3. Townhome/condo (also known as condo): A type of apartment that is usually owned by a company and rented out to individual tenants outside the company itself.
When it comes to buying real estate, number three is where you should focus on your location and proximity to schools, shopping centers, parks, etc. However, if you live in an area with good schools — then number one may be more important for you because it allows you more time to spend with your kids at school and not having them walk or bike every day to get from A all the way B.
A study titled “Shared Parental Time and Neighborhood School Quality” states that research shows that students who experience shared parental time (between parents) score higher on standardized tests than students who don’t share parental time with their parents (e.g., grandparents). So when buying real estate near schools — consider how much time it will take for the family to get together for lunch during the weekdays after school ends when the kids are done working at school each day. If this isn’t possible for you due to work obligations or other commitments — consider if this can be mitigated by having your children commute from their homes in different neighborhoods as well as having different transportation needs from daycare/school/work locations (e.g., carpooling).
For example: if your kids go out at lunchtime — they can take an Uber or ride their own bike while they eat; but if they have appointments at school — then they will have to bring their own bikes wherever they go out and back at the end of each day after school ends so that they don’t have to walk all over town since it’s too crowded by that point in the afternoon for them (even though public transportation runs between about 5:00pm-7:00pm). You could also try talking with the school administration about reducing class sizes or finding other ways for them to get together as a family like playing games on weekends instead of using computers during class time; and eventually
3. Less traffic, more green space
Cars are vehicles. They move around, but that’s all they do. They’re not highly intelligent and don’t have much of a conscience. It’s not hard to imagine the amount of carbon waste that comes from our current transportation systems. So the question is “Why?”
The answer is simple: it’s easy to get there and easy to go home again. It’s very comfortable, even for people who use their cars for their entire lives.
Being able to walk or bike to school is a great advantage. In fact, if you have kids who can walk or bike to school, then you probably live in a city or town where there aren’t many places where they can walk or bike without traffic or other pedestrians blocking the path. That would be bad!
If you live in a town with lots of green space (even just parks), then your kids can walk or bike there and enjoy it on their own time (or at least their own time). When they’re finished, they can just pick up their stuff and head back home again without any interference by anyone else on the road — except maybe a police officer if there are accidents .
Now consider how much more comfortable it is for them when they arrive home rather than having to wait in traffic for someone else to drive them there . They don’t need as much money spent on food, groceries, and insurance as when they had to put up with that kind of inconvenience . It’s also an appealing option for parents who don’t want to deal with taking care of kids’ needs when they’re away from home .
If you’ve got a kid who wants to go out at night riding his bike , then he’ll probably appreciate being able to do that when he gets home from school too . If he’s eight years old , then he can go out riding his skateboard after school like some other kids do now ; it gives him recreation while getting exercise , which we desperately need right now because we’re so unhealthy . And if he’s ten years old , then he’ll be ready for some more substantial activity too; maybe snowboarding will be fun for him too .
4. Live in a safe area
For a child, it’s not just a matter of safety. It’s also about the security of their belongings. And that’s where buying a property near a school comes in handy.
A study conducted by the University of Texas at Austin found that children living near a school were less likely to be victims of theft and vandalism than those who lived far from schools or playgrounds. They were three times more likely to live in neighborhoods with walking or biking paths, and twice as likely to drive themselves to school rather than ride a public bus or ride with their parents. Check out this article for more info on this topic: http://www.npr.org/sections/townhall/2016/07/05/484737783/children-more-likely-to-inherit-wealth-than-their-parents
5. Get involved in the school community
Being involved in a school community is highly rewarding and an excellent way to build relationships with students, faculty, staff, and parents. The benefits of being involved are many.
You can be involved in the daily life of the school as a teacher or administrator. You can give back to the school in both tangible and intangible ways. You can help the student’s transition from elementary school to secondary school (or any other grade level).
You can have an impact on their development as they begin to understand their own rights, responsibilities, and needs as they enter the early stages of adulthood.
You can help create positive change at the school or in your community. A parent or teacher who participates in meaningful ways may have a greater effect on their child than if they didn’t become involved at all.
6. Participate in extracurricular activities on campus
Many students are thinking about the best way to make the most of their time at school. There are many different ways to spend your time in college, but for some students it can be a challenge to choose which activity will benefit them most.
A recent study found that students living in dorms would prefer community-based extracurricular activities over academic ones. This is because they feel that community-based activities are more enjoyable. And unlike academics, extracurricular activities require no extra effort on their part.
In contrast, studying on campus can be difficult because of the environment, and this can affect how much time they put into it. For example, a student who studies six hours a day on campus would do two hours of homework each night while a student who studies five hours a day at home would only do one homework assignment each night.