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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Susan du Plessis 
 
 Article Title :: Talk Your Child Clever
 
Talk Your Child Clever by: Susan du Plessis Most parents can hardly wait for their baby to say its first word. This usually happens between the nine months and a year. From about two years, the child should be able to use simple phrases, and by three he should be able to use full sentences. By four, he should be fully able to talk, although he may still make grammatical errors. By five, he should have acquired basic language. There is little doubt that language acquisition is one of the key milestones in early childhood development. Much of a child's future social and intellectual development hinges on this milestone. A language delay can lead to isolation and withdrawal, and to lear  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Skye Thomas 
 
 Article Title :: What the Matter Is
 
What the Matter Is by: Skye Thomas When my oldest boy was really young, he tickled my mother with that phrase. I would ask him, "What's the matter?" and he would answer me, "Well, what the matter is..." followed by whatever it was that he needed to discuss with me. He would say it with that very serious face that children get when they are expecting to be taken very seriously. We all loved the cute way he prefaced his concerns. I overheard my daughter talking to my two year old the other day and it caused me to remember those days long ago when her older brother used to talk about 'what the matter is.' At thirteen, Sissy is a natural healer and nurturer. She hovers over her  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Marc Prensky 
 
 Article Title :: How Kids Learn To Cooperate In Video Games -- A Gu
 
How Kids Learn To Cooperate In Video Games -- A Guide for Parents and Teachers by: Marc Prensky A great many parents are concerned that the electronic games their kids play are teaching the kids “negative” messages such as aggression, violence, and isolation from real people. I want to illustrate here how computer and video game playing, can have positive effects on kids. This includes even the “addictive” game playing associated with many of these games. The learning from these games is well worth the effort the kids put in playing them, and kids typically sense this at some level, which is one reason they fight so hard for their games. One key lesson many of their games is   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Marc Prensky 
 
 Article Title :: Really Good News About Your Children’s Video Games
 
Really Good News About Your Children’s Video Games by: Marc Prensky Research published by University of Rochester neuroscientists C. Shawn Green and Daphne Bavelier has grabbed national attention for suggesting that playing “action” video and computer games has positive effects – enhancing student’s visual selective attention. But that finding is just one small part of a more important message that all parents and educators need to hear: video games are not the enemy, but the best opportunity we have to engage our kids in real learning. Any observer knows that the attitude of today’s children to video and computer games is the very opposite of the attitude that most of t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Marc Prensky 
 
 Article Title :: Digital Natives and Immigrants
 
Digital Natives and Immigrants by: Marc Prensky Perhaps the least understood and least appreciated notion among those who design and deliver education today is the fact that our students have changed radically. A really big discontinuity has taken place – the arrival and rapid dissemination of digital technology in the last decades of the 20th century. Today’s learners represent the first generations to grow up with this new technology. The numbers are overwhelming: over 10,000 hours playing videogames, over 10,000 hours talking on digital cell phones; over 20,000 hours watching TV (a high percentage fast speed MTV), over 200,000 emails and instant messages sent and received; over  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Marc Prensky 
 
 Article Title :: What Kids Learn That’s POSITIVE from Playing Video
 
What Kids Learn That’s POSITIVE from Playing Video Games by: Marc Prensky “Our family engages in "mindless" video games from time to time ... but it's treated like "junk food"…. It really has no "nutritional" value for our minds.” – Ben Armstrong 1 Like the observer above, many parents and critics express the opinion that computer and video games are “mindless,” i.e. that kids don’t learn anything beyond hand-eye coordination from the thousands of hours they spend playing video games. Other critics express the opinion that video games impart only negative messages and, in the words of one, “teach our kids to kill.” 2 Still others assert that while players may learn   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jennifer Ottolino 
 
 Article Title :: For the Love of Mommy
 
For the Love of Mommy by: Jennifer Ottolino For most of you being a mother is one of the most wonderful and rewarding experiences that you will have in your life. It can also be a time when you feel lost and out of touch with who you are outside of being a “mommy”. Maintaining an identity outside of your children is vitally important, not just for you, but for your family as well. So here are ten strategies that not only keep you connected with you, but also have the added bonus of being an important life skill to teach your children. 1. Be present- Often when we spend time with our children we are thinking about the things that we should be doing or we multi task and we are not   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Nisandeh Neta 
 
 Article Title :: Soul Mate - a Pain in the Neck
 
Soul Mate - a Pain in the Neck by: Nisandeh Neta "and they lived happily ever after... That is how our favorite childhood fairytales have always ended. That is how the romantic movies from Hollywood always end. And that is what the media agencies advertisements promise will happen if we'll purchase the right toothpaste, car, T-shirt or life insurance policy. In short, ""...and they lived happily ever after..."" is what we have been conditioned to believe our intimate relationship should look like. WAKE UP FOLKS! I hate to tell you this, but... GROW UP! We were conditioned to believe that life was going to be a bed of roses... a piece of cake... a walk in the park. Of course, what 'they'  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Lee Wise 
 
 Article Title :: A Dad's Thoughts On Dad's day
 
A Dad's Thoughts On Dad's day by: Lee Wise (21 Reasons I Love Being A Dad) Lee Wise All rights reserved What you will read in the next five to eight minutes will not qualify as one of the top ten professionally written articles of the year: guaranteed. But you will read this, guaranteed: thoughts created on Father's Day from a guy who loves being a dad. 21 REASONS I LOVE BEING A DAD... AND AN OLDER ONE AT THAT I love the privilege of seeking to inspire, encourage and help my children. I love loving their mother. I love the home movies I experience. The live ones. The in house "reality shows" if you please. Kids raggin' on each other, telling mom and dad stories one   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Dr. Tony Fiore 
 
 Article Title :: 5 Steps to Raising an Optimistic Child
 
5 Steps to Raising an Optimistic Child by: Dr. Tony Fiore I had just completed a session with 17-year old Julie who suffered from severe depression. Julie believed she was a total failure and would never be able to change anything in her life. Julie also felt all her shortcomings were her own fault. Where, I ask myself, did such a young person acquire this negative and fatalistic thinking? The answer soon became apparent when I invited her parents into the session. They began discussing numerous life events and explaining them in ways that their children were learning. The car, for example, got dented because you can’t trust anybody these days; Mom yelled at brother because she was in  (read full article)
 
 
 
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