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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Carolina Fernandez 
 Article Title :: The Surprise Factor
Sometimes the weekend comes, and it’s time for me to write my weekly Newsletter, and I sit at my computer and have no idea what to write about. Some people call that writer’s block. But for me, it’s more than that. It’s the feeling that I have nothing of value to impart. No words of wisdom, no lesson-building anecdotes, no organizational break-throughs. No epiphanies.So when my daughter bounced into my office—as I sat staring at my blank computer screen—I asked her if she could think of anything. Without a second’s hesitation, she said:”Tell everyone about my play.” (This is a child with little self-esteem issues.)“What specifically about your play?” I  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jennifer Hull 
 Article Title :: Preparing for a Second Child: Tips to Ease the Transition from One Child to Two
You know you should prepare for your second baby's arrival. But how?The What to Expect books that captivated you before now make your eyes glaze over. You don't need, or want, much new gear. And the first baby taught you that children sabotage the best-laid plans.However, taking a few steps now can help ease the transition from one child to two. Prepare yourself, your marriage and your firstborn to welcome your second baby with the following strategies.*Encourage brotherly love. Talking to siblings about the new baby is important. But some of the big sister and big brother books are negative, preparing firstborns for jealousy, tantrums and st  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: George Gallegos 
 Article Title :: Is Johnny's Primary Handicap a Learning Disability or ADHD?
Parents are usually worried by the report of learning problems and under performance in school by their child. Once learning accommodations and positive incentives have been informally introduced in the classroom, the next level of possible interventions to help a student’s academic performance in the classroom can become more complicated. The difficulty Johnny experiences in the classroom cannot be accurately understood without some amount of individualized evaluation primarily in the areas of intellectual ability, learning achievement, or his ability to regulate attention. Schools are more likely to refer a student for an ADHD evaluation prior to the initiation of a comprehensive l  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Paul Martin 
 Article Title :: Children's Athletics - What Went Wrong?
My wife Alison and I love the Olympics. Especially the Winter Olympics. So naturally, during this year's games in Torino, we cast productivity aside and watched almost every event.One of the biggest stories of the Games was Bode Miller, the outspoken American skiier. I really did not know much about Miller, but after the fifteenth "Join Bode" Nike commercial, I was finally tempted to go the website and see what he had to say. To my surprise, he was dead-on right about almost everything.Today, I want to share one thing in particular that Bode was right about: we need to change the way our children think about athletics. To paraphrase, Bode wondered how it could be that   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Alexa Simmons 
 Article Title :: Are Team Sports Right for Your Special Needs Child?
Although all kids are different, I will share with you my views on sports and kids with special needs.If your child is having difficulties socially in school, you may be tempted to sign him or her up for basketball or soccer with the other kids.You know your child better than anyone. Just be sure that you’re setting your child up for a positive, rather than a negative experience.The things I have heard from Coaches about kids on their team would make you spit nails.“Oh, he’s an awful player. He’s got some kind of disorder or something.”“I hope he doesn’t sign up next year.”And, the parents in the stands are just as bad.“Wh  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Stephen Turner 
 Article Title :: DOs and DON'Ts For Kids Parties - A Parents' Guide
DO Find the time to organise the party yourself. Get help from family or friends if you need it, because a child's party is at least a two person job. Parents know that it takes time to organise a child's party, which has lead to the trend for hired party organisers. But such events lack the personal touch and cost a fortune. A good kid's party should not cost a lot: it's your love and imagination that will win the day with your child, not your money.Let your child in on the planning. Learning to plan is all part of growing up, and who better than your child to tell you what children like.Think twice before running   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Joanne Ball 
 Article Title :: I Want To Be Heard!
A common gripe in a stepfamily is that people feel they’re not being listened to.We’re all busy and there is often a lot to be communicated in a stepfamily. It’s really important for everyone to have a say and be listened to. Equal amount of airtime can makes a huge difference too.In our family, the after school, evening mealtime is the first time the four of us came together in the day. This means that we all have things to tell each other or ask and, in the past, it often resulted in everyone interrupting and bitty, unfinished conversations.After eating we'd clear up and put away (our children have always been involved with this) and we'd all leave the kitch  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Michael Russell 
 Article Title :: Parental Control - You
With all the talk about the technology available for parental control, the experts all agree that parental control starts with the parent. We examine what the parent can do to keep their kids out of trouble.There is a lot of talk going around about all the different ways that you can keep your kid from wandering into chat rooms, viewing adult sites, watching R rated TV programs and just about everything else that you want to keep your kid from. But studies show that the best parental control to keep your kids out of trouble is you.This may not be very popular with parents who feel they don't have the time or shouldn't have to watch over their kids 24/7, but in the old days  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Sherrie Le Masurier 
 Article Title :: An Organized School Year In 10 Easy Steps
Organizing your kids and keeping them organized throughout the school year can be a real challenge. But it doesn’t have to be. With an effective organizational system, your family can experience a life without chaos and clutter.It all starts with establishing a system that works. As parents we’re in the driver’s seat when it comes to teaching our children how to be responsible individuals. One of the best ways to do this is to model the behavior and habits we would like to encourage in them and make our school aged kids responsible for their own belongings.Being organized is all about developing family routines that work. Good routines are anything you do on a regular   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Sherrie Le Masurier 
 Article Title :: An Organized Workspace Helps Keep Kids On Track
Homework is a fact of life for most school kids and their parents. For me keeping my kids on track starts with creating a positive and well organized workspace.As a founder of a local neighborhood after school program, I have come up with a list of ideas I believe go along way to encouraging and enhancing homework completion.First and foremost, develop an organized homework routine. In our house, timing is a big issue. My ten year old son needs to play for a while when he gets home, while my twelve year old daughter usually heads straight up to her room and starts her homework right way.Either approach works great so long as there is some consistency regarding the tim  (read full article)
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