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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Katie Basson 
 
 Article Title :: End Homework Battles
 
Ask parents what their biggest school year challenge is, and you’ll likely hear that it is the difficulty they face in getting their kids to do homework.  With so many other attractive ways for kids to spend their time, getting them to buckle down and complete that extra bit of schoolwork can be like pulling teeth.  As with any chore, though, there are strategies you can use to get it done and make it more fun. 1.  Make Time for HomeworkFitness gurus have known this for years: you are more likely to stick to an exercise regimen if you do it at the same time everyday and make it an inviolable part of your schedule.  The same goes for homework.  Don’t l  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Katie Basson 
 
 Article Title :: How to Stop Bad Behavior Before it Starts
 
Coping with a child’s bad behavior, perhaps more than any other aspect of parenting, can cause stress, family disfunction, and a general loss of harmony in your home.  Over time, negative behavior cycles can become ingrained in a family’s way of interacting with each other 1.  Be a Benevolent DictatorIn today’s times it is tempting to think of our family as a small Democracy, giving equal weight to the wants and needs of every member.  Families schedule meetings to discuss rules.  Negotiation is a skill learned even before tying shoes.  Rules apply only if children choose to obey them.  Giving children lots of choices seems to be of paramount importanc  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Rexanne Mancini 
 
 Article Title :: Teaching Children Good Manners
 
Last week in my newsletter, I mentioned that my children knew how to behave in nice restaurants because they had been exposed to the atmosphere at an early age. My idea of well behaved might be different from yours, however, I think there are certain basics that are important and universal. When my daughters were babies, we would take them wherever we went. If they began to fuss or cry, one of us would promptly remove them from the room/restaurant/market/wherever. Not because we felt their crying or fussing was a bad thing. No, it's a perfectly normal occurrence f  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Rexanne Mancini 
 
 Article Title :: The Importance of Mothers
 
Moms, did you ever question your value as a role model, caretaker, administer of hugs and Band-Aids? I think we all have in today's climate of "do more, get more, have more." Many of us work to bring home a paycheck and others work for our sanity. Have you ever wondered if your children were better off with the baby sitter than you? Scientific studies are beginning to point to the overwhelming value of a mother's love, hugs and support. Nannies, baby-sitters and relatives are terrific. They just aren't as terrific as Mom.    (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kathryn Weber 
 
 Article Title :: Back to School Feng Shui
 
Every school year parents and students dutifully trudge through the malls in search of the perfect sneaker or the cool new outfit for the coming school year. However, it’s unlikely that the new shoe or shirt will benefit them as much as a new design in the bedroom. That’s because a bedroom makeover will create new interest and energy – what feng shui calls “chi” – in the bedroom that will benefit a child. According to feng shui, the Chinese technique for design and arrangement, rooms that have good energy, or “chi”, create happier, well-adjusted children. Feng shui theories suggest that for a child’s room to have good “chi,” the room must follow certain gu  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: John Bishop 
 
 Article Title :: Top 10 Ways to Motivate Your Student
 
As the new school year begins, parents play a pivotal role in their child’s success. Here are 10 tips for motivating your student from GoalSettingforStudents.com.1. Stress "I’ll Make It Happen" words. Encourage your child to use positive, motivating words like yes, I can, and I will. 2. Minimize "Bummer Words." Avoid using negative or limiting language in discussions with your children. Some of the most common bummer words include no, can’t, won’t, never, maybe, and if. 3. Do the Basketball Shuffle with your child. Play the Basketball Shuffle to encourage independence and responsibility. Write "It’s in yo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Denni Gill 
 
 Article Title :: Help Your Child Do Better in School
 
  1.  Create a personal schedule   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Marilyn Suttle 
 
 Article Title :: Break Free From Power Struggles
 
You want your daughter to wear a dress to the party. She wants to wear jeans. You want your toddler to take his medicine. He does everything he can to keep that yucky stuff out of his mouth. The more you insist, the more they resist. You can break free from power struggles and turn turbulence into positive growth opportunities by putting a few helpful tips in place: * Step back and view the big picture. How do you respond when your kids challenge your authority? If you view your kids as "willful," or "bad," consider this: it is developmentally appropriate for kids to test their boundaries. As children grow they have a natural desire to make their own decisions and do things for  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Heather Cooper 
 
 Article Title :: To Clean or Not To Clean
 
Before my daughter was born my house was so tidy and immaculate that you could eat off the floor! Dishes were done immediately (no dishwasher here!), the toilet was cleaned every morning and the house was dusted and vacuumed quite frequently. Today? The dishes sit o­n the counter till the next day when I tip-toe to the kitchen before the baby wakes so I can get it cleaned and put away, the house is vacuumed just when it looks like it needs it and the dust sits even now several inches thick upon all my furniture. Oh, and did I mention the toilets are not cleaned every single day?? It is hard keeping a house clean with a toddler running underfoot. Especially o­ne that doesn't li  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Sandy Gauvin 
 
 Article Title :: 10 Ways You Can Advocate For Your Child With A Learning Disability
 
Did you know that you are the most important person in your child’s life? Of course you did. But did you know that parents of children with learning disabilities can also be their child’s most effective advocate. What exactly is an advocate? An advocate is someone who speaks up for someone else, or who acts on behalf of another person. As a parent, you know your child better than anyone else, and you are in the best position to speak for him and act on his behalf. Here are 10 ways you can do that: 1. Realize from the beginning that advocating for your child takes a lot of time. Advocating involves a great deal of research, meeting time, and communicatio  (read full article)
 
 
 
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