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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Steve Goodier 
 
 Article Title :: Compliment More; Reprimand Less
 
Alan Loy McGinnis cites an interesting study in his book The Friendship Factor (Augsburg, 1979). A second-grade teacher complained that her children were spending too much time standing up and roaming around the room rather than working.Two psychologists spent several days at the back of the room with stopwatches observing the behavior of the children and the teacher. Every ten seconds they noted how many children were out of their seats. They counted 360 unseated children throughout each 20-minute period. They also noted that the teacher said "Sit down!" seven times during the same period.The psychologists tried an experiment. The asked the teacher to say "Si  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Elaine Engerdahl 
 
 Article Title :: Reading Success Begins in the Preschool Years - Teacher Tips
 
As a teacher, I have been asked by preschool parents how they can help their preschool child be successful in school. Certainly reading to your child is an important step but there are other activities that can enhance even further success.Parents can promote even greater reading success by modeling the reading process. Occasionally, point to the words as you are reading to your child. This teaches your child that print moves from left to right, from top to bottom and how words are separated by spaces.The best books are those that are predictable and repetitive. The story line follows a repetitive pattern. These types of books are called emergent readers. An example of   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Mitch Hampson 
 
 Article Title :: How to Keep Your Child Earning Top Grades in School
 
There is one surefire way to keep your children earning the best grades and that is to get a private tutor. Most kids find themselves struggling in at least one subject but with the help of a private tutor your son or daughter can get all of the help they need to get their grades back up. If you have seen a decline in your child’s report cards or if you have noticed that your child is just not progressing as you feel he or she should, then you need to start thinking about getting a tutor today.There are a few of different kinds of private tutoring available to you and your child. Some of these people will come to your home for each of the sessions while others will have you go to  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Lisa Cohn 
 
 Article Title :: Parenting Teens in Stepfamilies
 
When children are teens, it’s probably the hardest time to form stepfamilies, says Susan Wisdom, co-author of the book “Stepcoupling.”That’s because the teens are trying to move away from the family, not become part of a new stepfamily, explains Dr. Margorie Engel, past president and CEO of the Stepfamily Association of America, based in Lincoln, Neb."In our society, teen years are the time to begin separating from family so that teens are prepared for independence after high school," says Engel. "When parents with teenagers marry and create a stepfamily, they inadvertently stall this developmental process ... by forcing combined activities, meals, and bedrooms to th  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Rachel Incoll 
 
 Article Title :: Teach Kids About Money And Saving - The 10 Vital Lessons Your Child Must Learn!
 
Your 5-year-old daughter has started asking for money to buy sweets and toys. She obviously has a good understanding of the concept of exchanging money for items she wants or needs, but what are the important lessons you should teach kids about money and saving. You want to make sure that she doesn't grow up into one of those kids that are constantly pestering mom and dad for money, running up credit card debts as a teenager, and not having any idea how to save.There are 10 basic money skills that every child should learn before they enter the teenage years. It's never too late to learn, but most children are far more receptive to ideas from their parents before they hit the age of  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Diane Samson 
 
 Article Title :: Prepare Your Children For the Swim Season
 
As the snow melts and thoughts of the warm, sunny days of summer enter our minds, we also should begin preparing our children to be safe swimmers.Nationwide, 300-400 children younger than five years old drown each year. In Missouri, drowning is the second leading cause of death for children five years old and younger. In addition, 77 percent of these children drowned after disappearing for five minutes or less.How can we prevent such tragedies? These four prevention steps can help:1. Enroll your child in a swimming program and continue with lessons until your child is a strong swimmer. Children who have been involved in swim lessons not only have less chance of drow  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kimie Bringle 
 
 Article Title :: A to Z - 26 Activities for You and Your Child
 
Aa…Arrange all of the clothes in your child’s closet by color, from lights to darks or to resemble a rainbow. Not only will you be teaching your child about colors and matching, it’ll give you a chance to weed out those clothes that are too small or no longer worn.Bb…Build a playhouse out of assorted boxes. Cake boxes stacked on top of a bigger box makes for a great roof. Get creative and help your child decorate the outside of the main box with crayons, markers, or glue and bits of fabric.Cc…Color a picture with your child. Make sure both of you sign the beautiful masterpiece before you hang it up. Be different…Maybe a purple cloud or a blue horse. Let you  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Sue Blaney 
 
 Article Title :: MySpace, Facebook, Weblogs for Teenagers; What do Parents Need to Know?
 
MySpace, Facebook, Xanga, LiveJournal…blogs, social networking… "What does this all mean?” parents wonder. “And do I really need to learn about this?”The answer to the second question above is YES! Blogging sites are becoming increasingly popular with teenagers, and there are risks parents need to be aware of. Numerous school officials have had to take the lead in educating parents because online issues have spilled over into problems at school. Parents cannot sit in the dark any longer; we’ll help you gain a better understanding of the issues starting here and now.What it’s about: The majority of your kids use the internet regularl  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Teresa Proudlove 
 
 Article Title :: Homework Hell
 
Most families with kids in school have felt the added pressure of homework, extra curricular activities and peer pressure. For our family the “back-to-school” readjustment period culminated in a few nights of “Homework Hell.” Families having experienced “Homework Hell” know how painful these times are for everyone.Imbedded within these nights of turmoil are not just our families’ strange aberration but rather a deep societal angst and indeed; our lifework. Our teenage son’s struggle with trying to learn complicated math in a packed classroom; taught in a learning style far removed from his own; compounded by feelings of inadequacy, frustration and embarrassment echo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kenneth C. Hoffman 
 
 Article Title :: The Punishment
 
When I was ten, pottery making fascinated me. I would read library books on the subject, collect clay in small pots and create lumpy bowls with the Play Doh. One hot August afternoon I lined up my still-wet clay pots wondering how to bake them when it occurred to me that just a few feet away in the kitchen stood a huge oven, perfect for baking my pots. Now I knew that the stove was off limits but in the fever of my dedication, I decided to do it.My parents wouldn't be home for hours, so I transferred the pots to the oven and turned it on the highest setting. The hour went by excruciatingly slow as I alternated between looking down the road for my parents and checking the condition   (read full article)
 
 
 
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