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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: B. Bryan Post, PhD 
 
 Article Title :: Time-out sucks…away your child’s emotional security
 
One of the most commonly used parenting techniques in current day used throughout schools, homes, and day cares is “time-out”. “Timeout” is based primarily on a way of thinking that implies children act out for attention. Therefore, if a child is acting out ‘for’ attention, you don’t want to reward the child but rather give the child ‘time-out’ to think about their negative behaviors, thereby making better decisions next time. Considering that educators and professionals are still teaching and writing about this technique as though it were a ‘new’ alternative behavior discipline method, let’s ask the question: What makes “time-out” any different than standing with  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Lisa Barnes 
 
 Article Title :: Parenting in the Kitchen - Lessons in Cooking, Socializing, and Bonding
 
Kitchens are where everything happens. It’s not just where meals are prepared – it’s usually the hub of the home, where family and friends get together to spend time. Cooking and eating together is about more than nutrition for the body. It’s also the experience of connecting and interacting with family members, to feed relationships. Try to choose one meal that everyone comes to the table. It doesn’t have to be dinner. This is a challenge as everyone has their own activities (especially as children grow), but starting early promotes the importance of family time together, and also demonstrates a healthy attitude towards food and eating.Socializing• Childre  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Alison Palmer - 
 
 Article Title :: 5 Tips On Raising Your Newborn Child
 
Having a baby is one of the most beautiful things that could happen in a parent’s life. Yet, it is also challenging. Raising your newborn child is not easy. It takes a lot of effort and patience to nurture your child until he or she reaches the stage of complete development. Though some of the time this task is can be quite challenging, the joys certainly outweigh any negatives. Here are some suggestions for successful baby nurturing: 1. Feeding Breast milk is recommended for the first year of a newborn’s life. This is to give the baby the optimum sustenance to grow and progress. Generally speaking, the newborn child should be breastfed about 8 to 10 times a day  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Joel Turtel 
 
 Article Title :: Surprise - Public School Class Size Doesn't Matter Very Much
 
School authorities often complain that classes are too large. They claim that teachers can’t be expected to give their students the individual attention they need if there are too many students in the class. On the surface, this excuse seems to have some merit. Common sense tells us that in smaller classes, teachers can give more time and attention to each student.However, many studies show that smaller class size does not guarantee that children get a better education. The pupil-to-teacher ratio in public schools in the mid-1960s was about 24 to 1. This ratio dropped to about 17 to 1 by the early 1990s, which means the average class size fell by 28 percent. Yet, during the same   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Joel Turtel 
 
 Article Title :: Parents - The No Child Left Behind Law Won't Do Much For Your Child
 
Past experience with federal education programs predicts that the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) act will also fail parents whose children are doing poorly in school. The federal government has spent over $120 billion on Title 1 programs for low-income students since 1965. Yet the literacy rates for these children today are appalling, and the achievement gap between low-income children and their peers has not closed.If the U.S. Department of Education wants to give real choice to parents, they should not be tinkering with a failed government-controlled school system that, by its very nature, strangles free choice and competition.Americans have been blessed with a system that gi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Joel Turtel 
 
 Article Title :: Homeschooling - Can I Do It?
 
Many parents would like to homeschool their children but are afraid they don’t have the training or ability to be their children’s teacher. This is certainly understandable, because most parents never had any formal training to be a teacher. However, most parents don’t have to worry about this issue.There is literally a supermarket of education resources available for parents to choose from to help them homeschool their children. These include low-cost Internet private schools that take most of the homeschooling burden off parents’ backs.There are also hundreds of low-cost instruction books on how to teach your child reading, math, and many other subjects. These are   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Joel Turtel 
 
 Article Title :: Homeschooling - Is It Worth It?
 
Suppose that you rearrange your life to homeschool your child and the experiment fails? You may feel that you’ve disrupted your life and wasted a year of your child’s time. Your child may even be kept back a grade by the local public school.The answer to this concern is, can you risk not trying? Isn’t your child’s future worth the risk? If you see that your child is getting a bad education in public school, the worst thing to do is nothing. Then there is no chance of improvement. If you leave your children in public school, chances are good that their ability to read, self-esteem, and love of learning may be damaged, and they can waste twelve years of their lives. Look at t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Judy H. Wright 
 
 Article Title :: Personal Responsibility: What It Means and Whose Job is It?
 
“How many times do I have to tell you to clean your room?” Why should a child keep his room neat? Many children say they don’t care whether it is neat or dirty, so why should it matter to anyone else? Unless it is a health or safety hazard, or things are getting lost and broken? Then comes the age old question, “What is neat?” The answer certainly differs with a ten year old child and a thirty five year old Mom. Who is setting the standard of how clean a room must be to be acceptable.What constitutes a neat and tidy room may not seem like such a big deal, but it represents a microcosm of how the family works together and how personal responsibility is taught and lea  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Judy H. Wright 
 
 Article Title :: Work Before Play
 
Many families, ours included, have learned that breakfast is eaten after we are dressed and have made our beds. Dressing and making a bed somehow only takes five minutes when done before breakfast and take forever if done after breakfast. If it is your child's job to see that the pets are fed and watered, he should be required to do that before he sits down to eat. Wise parents establish a time line for when you expect the job done. For instance, a phrase like, "By the time I take you to your baseball game," or, "Before you can turn on the TV," lets them know what you expect. That way the kids know the ground rules and they are measurable. If the task is not done within the time frame, th  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jim Donovan 
 
 Article Title :: Watch What You Say
 
"Now don't you go getting any ideas, Harold.""Don't you get any ideas either, Terry.""Don't you two get any ideas."The young mother's words to her small children echoed in my head for several days. While I realized she was probably warning them to not do something against her wishes or something that could harm them, I can't help but wonder about the effects that a situation like that, heard over and over for a period of years, will have on their lives and their ability to realize their potential.Flash forward - It's 20 years later and now little Howard and Terry are all grown up, sitting in a conference room where they both work as marketing managers, having g  (read full article)
 
 
 
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