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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Deanna Mascle 
 
 Article Title :: Hand-eye coordination and visual discrimination key to literacy
 
Sometimes the best thing you can do for your child's early literacy development is simply to let them play. Turn off the TV and anything battery operated then let your child pick up their toys, build blocks or duplos, or manipulate puzzles or game pieces. Not only are you giving your child the gift of childhood, something we so often fail to do in today's hectice, achievement-oriented world, but you are actually helping them build skills that are key to learning to read and write. Hand-eye coordination is a necessary skill for written language and the best way to help your child develop this skill is to let them play with toys and activities that involve looking at, using, and d  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Brian Pratt 
 
 Article Title :: The Trouble With Parents
 
Like most parents, my partner and I work hard to develop our children into healthy, well adjusted people. We want them to have the skills to persue whatever objectives they choose for themselves in this world. None of us are perfect parents and we all learn from the past. The purpose of this article is to pass on one of our experiences. It had a profound effect on the way we approach the parenting game. A few years ago, our two children were aged two and four. Over a period of weeks one of our boys had become increasingly naughty. His behaviour was rubbing off on his brother. Mum and dad had explored the usual discipline options but nothing seemed to work.   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Alan Yarbrough, Ed. D. 
 
 Article Title :: Control And Responsibility For Teens
 
Control and Responsibility Dear Daughter, In an earlier letter we touched on the concepts of control and responsibility. LetÂ’s go a little deeper with these important ideas. If you ever find that someoneÂ’s behavior is “driving you nuts,” please slow down and consider the possibility of control issues on your part. Did you know that it is possible for you to try to control another person and not even be aware of what you are doing? ItÂ’s very possible. In fact, this is a common dynamic in relationships that involve drug and alcohol abuse. However, this dynamic is often found in other relationships as well. It is something you need to  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Deanna Mascle 
 
 Article Title :: When should you begin teaching your child to read?
 
It is never too early to begin teaching your child to read, or at least laying the foundation for early literacy skills, and it can definitely be left too late! If you are not sure then think about this. Statistically, more American children suffer long-term life-long harm from the process of learning to read than from parental abuse, accidents, and all other childhood diseases and disorders combined. In purely economic terms, reading related difficulties cost our nation more than the war on terrorism, crime, and drugs combined. Reading problems are a further challenge to our world by contribute significantly to the perpetuation of socio-economic, racial and ethnic   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Alan Yarbrough, Ed. D. 
 
 Article Title :: Dating, Drugs And Alcohol
 
Dear Daughter, I love you so much. I wish that I could always protect you from all dangers, but I know that I canÂ’t. You are growing up and you will have to face dangers and make some decisions on your own. However, I am always here and I can always be a pretty good coach. Please talk to me anytime about any problem you may have, even if you have messed up. I have messed up a few times myself. I was thinking about my last letter on dating. I would like to continue those thoughts. As I think about the potential dangers to avoid, drugs and alcohol are at the top of the list. The moment you learn that a boyfriend is using any type of illegal drug, beg  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Amie Porter 
 
 Article Title :: How To Survive As A Working Parent
 
Basic Tips 1. Communicate with your babysitter, nannies or au pair, motherÂ’s help to keep up-to–date. Make as much time as possible to talk to your child care provider. If you can keep the lines of communication open beyond the rush, you'll have a much better feeling about your child's development and well being. 2. Don't get wound up by small issues. If your child only wants to eat burgers every day, let him eat them. He will outgrow this phase. Providing the child is not harming itself (getting over-weight etc.) or someone else by the behaviour just let it go. 3. Be flexible and open to new ideas and options   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Linda Harrison 
 
 Article Title :: How To Throw The Best Baby Shower In 3 Easy Steps
 
HereÂ’s a really simple way to throw the best baby shower possible and really wow your friends and family members. Throwing a winning baby shower shouldnÂ’t be more work than it needs to be. However, there are 3 steps to follow to the letter to ensure that the baby shower is special for everyone involved. Sticking to these 3 steps will make sure that your baby shower goes off without a hitch and that you can sleep in peace knowing that you did everything right. 1. Use balloons to greet your guests. Get some nice balloons and attach them to the outside of your door. Humans are fantastically simple creatures that can be easily entertained by a festive atmosphere. For a lot   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Karen Alonge 
 
 Article Title :: Rethinking Time-Out
 
Parents are often advised to put their child in time-out as a form of discipline. While this sure beats the old-fashioned method of spanking as a behavior management tool, it still presents a few problems. Not the least of which is Â… whoÂ’s gonna make him go? If he refuses, and you pick him up or drag him over there, havenÂ’t you just resorted to controlling your child using physical force? And how much different is that, truly, from spanking? I have a proposition for you. Instead of giving your child a time-out, take one yourself! After all, YOU are the only person whose body you can easily move. And your attention is the ultimate goal of most misbehavio  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Sintilia Miecevole 
 
 Article Title :: What Parents Should Know About Teens And Teasing At School
 
For most teens, going back to school means sharing classrooms and a building with many other students. Unfortunately some learners have to deal with inappropriate behavior such as teasing. Teasing is the act of harassing someone playfully or maliciously, especially by ridicule. It is hurtful and potentially dangerous. Judy S. FreedmanÂ’s book "Easing the Teasing" is very helpful for dealing with childrenÂ’s teasing issues. It specifically helps parents learn strategies to help their children deal with teasing. Some of the suggested strategies can also be used successfully with teens so itÂ’s definitely a recommended title for parents and educators to peruse. This artic  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Tyler 
 
 Article Title :: Myths and Wives Tales
 
I was told today, by a close friend, that if you get canker sores, it is your bodies way of punishing you for lying. What?! Have you ever heard that? Me neither. Isn't just the feeling you get after you lie to someone bad enough? All these old myths and wives tales are not working for me. In fact, they are not working in our society... Today, kids are smarter than they ever have been, and telling them that if they make a funny face it will stay that way, no longer works. Granted, it worked on me and you, but it is no longer a good way to get a kid to stop making funny faces. Same with the canker sores one I got from my buddy. I give that one another generation and then its toast  (read full article)
 
 
 
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