Friday, July 23rd, 2010 at
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Here are a few of the titles you will receive
10 Valuable Tips For Successful Breastfeeding
Safety Tips For Older Babies
Discipline And Child Guidance
Ways To Talk With Young Children
The single parent handbook – Strategies and support
Healthy Eating Habits
Puberty Information for Girls
Myths About Sexuality Education
Computers and Young Childre
Anger and Aggression In Children
And many more
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Friday, July 23rd, 2010 at
A great way to each your child skills for life is to role play with them. What is their favorite character on TV OK you ask them if they would like to play that character? And you play the other and you make up your own story. The child will very quickly follow you with out any prompting from you.
Children love to pretend they are their favorite character or dressing up in other cloths but their own, but please do not dress little boys in girl’s cloths. In my experience, not a good idea. Have your boy dress up in Dads cloths then play he is going off to work; make it around lunch time so you can make him a packed lunch. For little girls dress up in Mom’s Clothes and she can go off to have her hair done and you can play the role of the hair dresser.
When you play these games with you child, the game tends to take on a mind of its own, and you soon become very involved with the game. A lot of things get talked about, perhaps the doctor, the post man, Dads work, you are only just pretending and having fun, but all these new conversations that you will create by playing these games, plants the seeds in your Child’s head. Children do not need any prompting to play a game; all you need to do, is to say to your child “let’s play!!!!” Just be sure having some props handy to use in your game. The kitchen is a good place to find some props, pots and pans; you do not want anything breakable or sharp objects. Dig out some old cloths, and put them in a box, for when you need them. Always have books around, even if you not reading a story it’s a very good idea just so the child can see these books around the house, as you are planting the seeds in to their heads. Higher Order & Creative Thinking Skills For kids
GIVE THE GIFT OF A BRIGHT
SAMPLE THE BOOKS BEFORE YOU
to see 4 sample pages of ‘Go for Your Goals’ Book One:
‘The Secret of Making Wishes Come True – Goal Setting and Visualization for Younger Kids’
to see 4 sample pages of ‘Go for Your Goals’ Book Two:
‘How to Get the Things You Want (and Have Fun Doing It)’
to see 4 sample pages of ‘Go for Your Goals’ Book Three:
Parents’ Guide to Goal Setting and Visualization Training for Kids
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How Different Would Your Life Be Today
If Someone Had Guided You, When You Were Small,
To Create Your Own Future?
Providing opportunities for young children to engage in higher order and creative thinking skills is critical to brain development. Teach your child to “think outside the square” and be a high achiever.
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Sunday, July 18th, 2010 at
In the past 25 years increasing responsibility for the mental, moral and physical welfare of the child has been thrust upon the school, not shared by the home. But gradually the unity of education is being recognized, and also the need for the same standards of training in home, school and community. This is being brought about largely through the Parent-Teacher Association, which brings the parents and teachers together as allies, to discuss and unite in promoting a program which will be uniform wherever the child may be found.
From books alone it is no more possible to make a healthy child than it is to make an athlete; both tasks demand practice as well as preaching, of the many functions of this organization, perhaps the most fundamental is its service as a great school for parents. In this school they may come in contact with new methods and ideas and through intelligent cooperation with the teachers of their children may double the effectiveness of the school by making the home the laboratory and experiment station for the educational program.
In training for health this cooperation is not only advantageous; it is essential. Three major aspects may be briefly suggested.
First: The Parent-Teacher Association offers the only practical opportunity to make clear to all parents, without personal comment, the fact that, just as any one of them would class as incapable a teacher who failed to teach anything whatever to a normal child, so is the parent demonstrating inefficiency in his or her great business of being a parent by sending daily to school a child unsound in health. Such a child is unable to take full advantage of the education for which his parents and the other taxpayers are spending their money.
Second: The school health curriculum includes diet, sleep, bathing, exercise and proper clothing. This program may be set before the parents at the opening of the school year, and their active support may be urged as being as necessary as the provision of food and shelter. When it has been accepted by the members of an association as a feature of their health work quite as important as the purchase of playground equipment and the furnishing of the school lunchroom, it is then a natural sequence for the school to request further support, when the health of the pupils shows an evident failure at the home end of the partnership.
Third: Having thus been educated in the effect of good and bad health upon school standing, the Parent-Teacher Association assumes the responsibility for reaching the parents of preschool children in the district and urging the health examination and treatment which will send each little child to school free from remediable defects. This can be done, in cooperation with health authorities and with school officials, with a degree of success unattainable by any other agency, because it thus becomes a project of a community organization working from within rather than a benevolent enterprise applied from without—a movement “of the people, by the people, for the people.”
PARENT PRIDE PUTS PARENT POWER TO WORK
Parents Power for Health
by Margaretta Willis Reeve
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Saturday, July 10th, 2010 at
had a 30% to 40% higher risk of having acid reflux disease than normal-weight children in a new study conducted by researchers with the health management group Kaiser Permanente.
It is among the largest studies to examine the impact of obesity on acid reflux disease in children.
“Childhood obesity is an extremely serious issue,” Kaiser research scientist Corinna Koebnick, PhD, tells WebMD. “Our study adds yet another risk to the already extensive list of risks associated with extreme obesity in childhood.”
Over weight children all around the world has increased steadily over the last 20 years. It is my opinion that it is down to bad parenting, lack of exercise and poor eating habits. If a child is over weight, they run a high risk of developing serious health problems, by the time they reach 35 years of age they up against problems such as hardened and blocked arteries (coronary artery diseases), high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes.
This little girl is 2 years old and she do not want to walk anymore who is at fault!!!
It sure ain’t the kids
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