Jan 25th, 2011
Some children are so overcome with shyness that they’re unable to properly function in social settings. Want to learn how to help your child cope with shyness? Here are some expert tips that will have your son or daughter overcoming social anxiety in no time!
Jan 24th, 2011
Video games are tons of fun, but for youngsters, playing time should be limited to a couple of hours a week. If you show your child some fun ideas for getting outside and playing, they’ll be more apt to put down the video game controller and have some fun in the sun.
Jan 22nd, 2011
Don't neglect teaching science to your kids until upper mathematics is completed. Just be sure that the student develops the ability to learn through observation. Science is life and the best way is to follow the child's natural interests, explore and offer many opportunities of discovery.
Jan 21st, 2011
Twenty-two year old Jared Loughner killed six and wounded 14 innocent people in Tucson. This tragic event is a wake up call. We need to identify root causes and examine solutions for violent behavior. Human beings have the power to make choices for good or evil regardless of what has happened in the past.
Jan 20th, 2011
Puberty is an awkward time for girls, but as a mother you can help make it easier on her. What are the ways you can help educate your daughter about her transitional steps to womanhood? And how do you assure her that this is a normal step in her growing up years and that she is always beautiful to you?
Jan 19th, 2011
What beliefs do your children have about learning, about success, about school, and most importantly about themselves? Do they have empowering beliefs or negative beliefs? Do their beliefs make a big impact on their behaviors and results?
Jan 18th, 2011
If ever there was an author who could capture the wonder of a child's imagination, mix it with the bizarre, and add some scary, to create stories that children adore, it was Roald Dahl. In the classic kids' book, The Witches, by Roald Dahl, he mixes all those elements into a story that will have youngsters looking for the signs.
Jan 17th, 2011
One of the unaddressed elements of children’s behavior is the pain that families go through, knowing that others are judging them. It’s natural for parents to get angry at a child with behavior problems, but often that anger is triggered by the shame parents feel regarding what other people think about how they parent.
Jan 12th, 2011
Baking is one of the best activities you can get your child into. Why? That’s because baking is usually the safest and closest thing to cooking for kids, especially the young ones. Aside from being a fun activity that you and your kids can get into, getting kids involved in the kitchen can help teach them how to make healthy food choices.