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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Carolina Fernandez 
 Article Title :: Keeping the Train on Track
“Talent is 99 percent perspiration and 1 percent inspiration.” Thomas EdisonI experienced the privilege and joy of sitting back and watching my daughter perform in a Suzuki Festival this weekend at Yale University. In its glorious Woolsey Hall, oversized, magnificent gilded pipes for the front-and-center organ stared us parents (and more-than-proud grandparents) in our faces while we watched a couple hundred musicians balance pint-sized violins, maneuver mini-cellos and stroke lightweight guitars on stage. Classical and folk music filled the air, starting with Copland’s invigorating “Hoedown” and ending with the Suzuki signature “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star,”   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jean Tracy 
 Article Title :: How Divorced Parents Keep Kids Engaged
Realize three things when you come late, forget to come, or rarely visit your child: Your child is waiting. Your child is hoping. Your child is suffering.As a counselor, I've asked kids, "How do you feel when your parent doesn't come for his/her visit with you?" Here are three common responses:"I don't care." "It doesn't matter." "I hate him (her)."Truthfully,it does matter, your child does care, and the hate is really a defense against the pain. Your failure to visit tells your child that s/he is not important.One dad hadn't visited his daughter since she was two. One day he came into her life demanding visitation rights. His daug  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Robert Daniel 
 Article Title :: All About the Impossible and There's No Such Thing
Ten eventful, exciting years ago a Scottish friend visited and stayed with us in Albany, Western Australia. At the time I was a single parent bringing up two gorgeous children, a boy and a girl aged seven and four. They still are gorgeous! John was whispering to my son in the kitchen. They were conspiring together.I went out for a couple of hours and John stayed with the children, presumably teaching them some new card tricks that he had recently mastered. John is a genius at many things. I came back and had a piece of paper thrust into my hand, with a list of 150 numbered items scribbled on it. “Now watch this” John grinned at me. “Go on Gareth, remember that list.” S  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: CD Mohatta 
 Article Title :: Are You Ready To Be A Father
Getting married and having children is the way of life fort all of us. The question is - are we ready to get married and after that are we ready to become father? Why this question? Let us discuss.Most of us are not always ready to get married. We are waiting for the right partner. We have career and money issues. We have emotional issues. We don’t want to get married in hurry and then break up. We therefore weigh all the options and wait for the opportune time. Only after we are satisfied, we get married. Am I correct?Becoming a father is equally difficult. Before becoming a father, you have to make sure that your wife is ready to become a mother. That both of you have se  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Sanyika Calloway-Boyce 
 Article Title :: How To Talk To Your Tween About Money
Teaching financial literacy has been my passion. Over the years I've had an opportunity to speak to parents who want to know how to talk to their children about money and want tips to help them become more independent before they go off into the real world.For many parents it seems like just yesterday that your children were on their way to kindergarten, but now that they're in middle school things seem to be happening way too fast. Tweens seem to go from having play dates to group movie dates right in front of your eyes.And they're fashion conscious and brand sensitive far earlier than we ever were. This is all the more reason for us to help them get a financial grip on mon  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Alexandra Golon 
 Article Title :: Taking Notes in Picture Form - A Powerful Strategy for Visual-Spatial Kids
Who are “visual-spatial learners?” Visual-spatial learners, or VSLs, are those among us with powerful gifts of the right hemisphere. They are our artists, inventors, builders, creators, musicians, computer gurus, visionaries and healers. They are empathic and often very spiritually aware, even when they are very young. They think and learn in multi-dimensional images. However, most schools, most teachers and most curricula are a haven for left-hemispheric thinking, or auditory-sequential learners; children who think and learn in words, rather than images, and in a step-by-step fashion.Those who favor their right hemisphere (at least one-third of the student body) face several   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Alexandra Golon 
 Article Title :: Sleep Issues for Visual-Spatial Kids
When I was pregnant with our first child, somebody gave me a card I’ve never forgotten. It read, “Having a baby is Nature’s way of telling you that you were getting too much sleep!” In the thirteen years since, there have been many a night I’ve longed for an evening of children preparing for bed without incident, dosing off peacefully, remaining blissfully asleep through an uninterrupted night and waking—as a family—thoroughly rested and ready for the day. Since studying the characteristics of visual-spatial learners, those who think in images, not words, I’ve wondered whether or not sleep issues are more common among these kids than among their auditory-sequential counter  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jo-Anne Rowland 
 Article Title :: "How To" Tips For Discussing Child Abduction and Molestation with Your Kids
Not an easy subject right? Before we begin, the important thing to remember is that you don't want to terrify your kids about the world we live in, or make them feel nervous on a daily basis. In particular with younger ones, we all know children are prone to nightmares when their imaginations are active about any kind of predator.This is important for you as a parent also. We ARE very fortunate in Australia that the rate of non-parental child abductions is low in comparison to other countries. In our eyes though a 'low' rate is still too many, and our aim is that NO children or their families will ever have to go through the unthinkable. Other well reported statistics on the rates   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Adwina D. Jackson 
 Article Title :: Your One Year-Old's Development
The first birthday is always exciting to celebrate. If you're a new parent, this event always lingers in your mind and you just probably can't wait to invite your families and friends to have fun in the extraordinary occasion.Day after day, you've seen them growing bigger and smarter. Each time they're able to reach the next developmental stage, you and your spouse are indulged in great happiness.One of the most cheering moments about this is when you see them make their first steps alone. You'll get into the unspoken emotion just like other parents do.However, some of you perhaps haven't been going through this feeling as your one year-old baby isn't able to walk yet  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jim Sarris 
 Article Title :: How Mnemonic Strategies Can Improve Your Child's Memory Skills In One Evening
What's one of the things all successful students have in common? The can memorize easily. They remember the facts and details of battles in history, the formulas in math and the unending list of elements in science.So what can you do to help your child develop memory strategies that can instantly help them be more successful in school?The answer…mnemonic memorizing techniques!They're fun, simple and incredibly effective. And in one evening you can show your child how to apply them to any vocabulary list, series of facts and figures, or just plain remembering what to do after coming home from school.Who uses mnemonics?According to Dr. Joel Levin, Educat  (read full article)
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