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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jeff Herring 
 Article Title :: Family Traditions & Rituals: Creating a Connection Between Past and Present
Family rituals provide a sense of belongingThe purpose of family rituals and traditions is to provide a sense of belonging to the family."Family rituals create connections between family members past and present, foster identity through individual participation and establish security through repetition," says child therapist Art Cleveland.Stephen Glynn, the founder of Developing Capable Young People, has written,"Families that devote any regular time at all — as little as 30 minutes a week with small children or 30 minutes a month with older children — to some regularly structured ritual, tradition or activity, have children who experience much less   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jeff Herring 
 Article Title :: Family Tradtions: What Can You Do Together?
Family traditions and regular rituals can hold families together.Did you know that the average American family spends only 14.5 minutes a day all together? Stack that up against all the "screen time" most kids spend each day, and you begin to see the large difference in influence.So what do you do if you want to spend more than 14 1/2 minutes together with your family a day? How can you do it?You can do almost anything!You don't have to spend a lot of money or make elaborate plans.Remember, the goal is simply to provide a sense of belonging and identity, communicate what's important, and have fun.A partial list of ideas Go f  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Carrie Lauth 
 Article Title :: Wonk, Wonk, Wonk- How to Train Your Kids to Ignore You
It started with a trip to the grocery store. While I waited for the cashier to ring up my items, a mother behind me was delivering a soliloquy (only she didn't recognize it as such!)."Suzy, you're not going to take that home." "Suzy, you can carry that around but I'm not buying that." "Suzy, you've been naughty. Why should I buy that for you?" "Suzy, put that away. I'm not paying for it." "Suzy, everyone is looking at how much trouble you're causing."And on and on and on...I was so thankful when the cashier gave me my total. I was tired of this woman blathering on and I don't have to live with her! Poor Suzy. She is being trained to ignore her M  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Lori S. Anton 
 Article Title :: Teaching a Child Responsible Behavior Begins at Home
Parents are teachers, too. When it comes to child rearing, one of the most important lessons a parent can teach their youngster is responsible behavior. This means helping the child learn how to interact with others in a way that displays self-respect, as well as respect toward others. No child comes into this world pre-programmed with good manners and virtuous attributes such as a willingness to share, consideration for the feelings of others, respect for others possessions, respect for authority figures, and a selfless attitude. Considerate, responsible behavior must be taught while a child is very young so that it is instilled by the time they are older, when ir  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Tiffany Washko 
 Article Title :: The Advantages for Children Involved in Raising Farm Animals
Children can learn a great many lessons and develop positive personality traits by working with farm animals. Working with animals will teach children responsibility and promote good character and integrity. A farm is a wonderful environment in which children can play, work, and learn about animals and the important place they hold in our lives. Research has shown that children who have been exposed to farm animals from a young age tend to better listeners, do well in school, and develop integrity and compassion above their age level.An adult should supervise children working with farm animals at all times. Feeding and caring for the animals is a great experience for children b  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Brent Sitton 
 Article Title :: Want your Child to Love Books? Go See a Movie!
Reading a book from which a movie is made is almost always a richer experience than simply watching the movie. The experience of savoring the words on the page and allowing yourself to be taken on a journey inspired by the author is sublime. As the author paints a picture with words, your imagination fills in the blanks until the voices of the characters and the images of the settings resonate in your mind.After reading and thoroughly enjoying a well-written book, watching the movie adaptation can be a interesting experience. The voices and images from your imagination are juxtaposed by those created by the actors, the director, and the cinematographer. It's not that the experience  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Susan Jarema 
 Article Title :: Ensure Your Child's Success in Math - 10 Great Ways!
In today’s information age, data is doubling faster than ever before. Kilobytes, megabytes, gigabytes, terabytes – I can’t keep up! The math curriculum in schools is much larger, yet schools are required to teach it with increasingly limited resources. This leaves students and parents with the important task of supplementing education at home. Parents truly need to be partners in the learning process to ensure that our children stay ahead.Parents, you do not need to be a mathematician to give your child the gift of mathematics. You only need to guide them on the right path. It is never too early or too late to start enjoying math at home with your child.There is a stro  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Susan Jarema 
 Article Title :: Encouraging Thinking Skills in Young Children
There are many current buzz words used by educators to describe the concept of thinking skills - critical thinking, Socratic thinking, creative thinking, higher-order thinking, logical thinking, problem solving skills, etc… and there doesn’t seem to be any universally agreed upon definition. However, the one thing I’ve found is that they all contain important aspects of learning that we want our children to grow up with.We all want our children to be able to analyze information, make decisions, come up with creative ideas and solve problems – in essence, to think rationally and logically. Thinking skills are becoming essential for survival in our rapidly changing global inf  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Susan Jarema 
 Article Title :: Family Learning in Your home
As parents, we are all teaching our children. We are raising them to adulthood - to learn social skills, to learn to read, to learn to think on their own, to love math, to learn to problem solve, to be organized and to keep a schedule. Your child is learning all the time - not just when they are at school.Family learning is about parents and children learning together. Make learning part of everything you do. The list is endless: playing games that combine math and reading, listening to educational music, cooking together, explaining how things work, looking up answers to questions and more. It is something all family members can take part in and encourages working with your child'  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Nick Arrizza, M.D. 
 Article Title :: Parents Who Give Too Much
There's a pattern that some parents exhibit with their children when they themselves have had an emotionally deprived childhood. That is the pattern of giving all that they can to their own children often at the expense of their own vital life energy.There are two main reasons why this pattern becomes ensconced in the parent's childrearing practice.The first is that the parent's own emotional deprivation is stored as a series of traumatic memories and emotions (i.e. often sadness, emptiness, feelings of low self worth, feelings of aloneness, etc.) within their mind/body. This "stored" trauma act as "emotional landmines" (please see my article with this title) which get "trig  (read full article)
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