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Category :: Kids and Teens Articles Author :: Kim Shire 
 Article Title :: How do I talk to my Parents about Puberty?
Talking to you parents about personal issues can be hard, but this is something that you need to do. Don’t forget that your mom is a woman also, and she has probably experienced many of the same issues that you face now. She will probably understand your embarrassment, and she may feel a little embarrassed about this STUFF too. It is better for you to ask her questions now, because it will make it easier to ask her more difficult questions in the future.A resent survey conducted by MyFirstBra.us showed that 55.9% of girls have never talked to their parents about puberty. Another survey conducted by MyFirstBra.us showed that 51.9% of girls say that their friend give the best advi  (read full article)
Category :: Kids and Teens Articles Author :: Kim Shire 
 Article Title :: Online Safety for Girls
1. I will not give out any personal information (address, telephone number, parents’ work address/telephone number, or the name and location of my school) without my parent’s permission.2. I will tell my parents right away if I come across any information that makes me feel unsafe or uncomfortable.3. I will never agree to get together with someone I meet online.4. I will never send any person my picture or anything without first checking with my parents.5. I will not respond to any messages that are mean, hurtful, or make me feel uncomfortable in any way.6. I will talk with my parents so we can decide upon the time of day, the length of time, and app  (read full article)
Category :: Kids and Teens Articles Author :: Kimberly Floyd 
 Article Title :: The Smarter Kid Rules: How to Get Better Grades in School
Do you want to get better grades? I'm about to share with you some of the rules that smart kids follow, whether they know it or not.These rules have been a closely guarded secret for years, but as a former smarter kid, I think it is time to expose them to you and the world. Getting good grades is not hard...if you follow these rules: 1. Sit in the front of the class. Sitting in the front of the class makes it easier to pay attention to what the teacher is saying. Plus, you might get a better grade just because the teacher knows your face better than someone who is goofing off in the back of the class. 2. Ask and answer questions in class. If you don  (read full article)
Category :: Kids and Teens Articles Author :: Karen Safran 
 Article Title :: From High School Summer Camp to HBO - A Passion for Self Expression Through Films
What inspires a person to follow the revving engine of their internal drive for success? Sixteen year old Christina Frenzel is allowing her passion for self-expression to drive her down a visionary path marked by self-fulfilled accomplishments in filmmaking. With each new venture she continues to define her destiny.Perhaps it all began with The Never Ending Story. When Christina was 5 years old, she felt a strong connection and began creating countless sequels to the fantasy film in her mind. Later, at age 12, she took over her parents VHS Camera for a class project. Her passion for Chris Carter's sci-fi series, X-Files, led her to edit together a project on her favorite show by us  (read full article)
Category :: Kids and Teens Articles Author :: Karen Safran 
 Article Title :: Shooting for the Stars
The magic of the camera in the hands of great directors makes kids all over the world dream of stardom. However, the world of cinematography is notoriously difficult to break into, but young, aspiring filmmakers take heart!The Windy Hill Kids Film Festival, debuting this spring, is on a slightly smaller scale than the larger festivals in New York and Hollywood…for now. Opening in Menlo Park on April 9th, Windy Hill will showcase films by young film producers in 4th grade through high school. The festival organizers are expecting several films this year throughout the South Bay Area. And with inspirational leaders like its young founder, Shelby Rachleff, the sky’s the limit.   (read full article)
Category :: Kids and Teens Articles Author :: Caty Wilcox 
 Article Title :: How to Survive Seventh Grade
Seventh grade: it's a world of homework, angst over your social life, homework, clubs, and more homework. You're not the smallest, but you still have to look up to those 8th-graders. So what's a seventh-grader to do? Keep reading and find out.1) Think about all your homework for the evening, and prioritize it. What must you absolutely do tonight? What stuff is due in two days? Then, get home, and do the first thing on your list first (who would've thought?). Then do something for you that takes less than ten minutes: check your email, listen to a few songs, etc. Then do the second thing on your list. Keep doing that until you have it all done (or at least most of it!).2) Don  (read full article)
Category :: Kids and Teens Articles Author :: Bren Davis 
 Article Title :: Symptoms of Troubled Teens
Young adults who experience or suffer from any of the following (as stated below) maybe a troubled teen;> Alcohol or drug abuse> Depression> ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder)> Disrespect> Poor academic performance> Bad Attitude> Display of negativity (physically or mentally)> Teen pregnancy> Suicide attempt> Eating DisorderThere are 3 of the many theories about what causes kids to turn into troubled teens. The most likely of all ideas is that there is no one reason - it's a combination of reasons. These reasons are probably as varied as the kids experiencing problems. It's necessary to figure out   (read full article)
Category :: Kids and Teens Articles Author :: John T Jones, Ph.D. 
 Article Title :: Bumper Sticker: If You Can Read This, Turn Me Over!
If you can read this, turn me over!That sticker was seen on the bumper of a jeep. The sign was up-side-down.I like to read bumper stickers. You can find lots of them on the Internet if you want to save gasoline. I found the one on the jeep at http://www.berro.com/entertainment/bumper.htm.A major theme for bumper stickers is school kids. We’ve all seen them:My son is an honor student at Podunk High!There are counter-stickers against such, like: Your honor student is pregnant with my “D” student’s baby!”One sticker at the reference above got my attention which was Cat: The other white meat!The reason this  (read full article)
Category :: Kids and Teens Articles Author :: Nick Polajenko 
 Article Title :: A Child's Beginner Pointe Shoe?
The question comes up, “ When can my child go on pointe?” Sometimes difficult to answer.“Is there a child beginner pointe shoe?” Is there such a shoe? Yes and No. There are toe shoe manufacturers that do not make pointe shoes for children under a certain shoe size. Then there are some who do. The ballet teacher who knows her student will say when she should go on pointe.These questions are asked by parents who do not know much about ballet, the training that goes into ballet, how many classes should the child take per week, when should she go on pointe.Take this into consideration. When the child starts ballet at age 7 or 8 by the time she is 11 or 12  (read full article)
Category :: Kids and Teens Articles Author :: Jeff Herring 
 Article Title :: Graduation: Here Comes the Rest of Your Life
"School's out for the summer.. . school's out forever!" - Alice CooperIt's hard to believe that it's been 30 years since we played Alice Cooper's song over and over again at graduation. It's amazing to me how it's still played across the country every year at graduation time."No more pencils, no more books, no more teachers' dirty looks."So congratulations! You made it through 12-plus years of public your brains intact. For 12 years they have told you where to be and what to take, with bells to remind you where to go next.Rarely in life will everything be so neatly laid out for you again. Unless you join the military.So now what? Some of you may have t  (read full article)
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