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Teach Empathy To Stop Your Child From Becoming A Bully
6:07 pm , September 23, 2015 0

Teach Empathy To Stop Your Child From Becoming A Bully

It is very alarming for parents to realize their child is a bully or exhibiting bullying tendencies, but the good news is that teaching empathy to children can curb this behavior and, fortunately, empathy is a learned behavior.

Newsletter Has Info For Parents Of Kids In Sports
4:23 pm , February 22, 2015 0

Newsletter Has Info For Parents Of Kids In Sports

My free, monthly newsletter for parents of kids in sports or other activities has always provided a dinner recipe along with easy directions for freezing and reheating leftovers. These individual, frozen dinners can be used when games, practices, lessons, or performances prevent a child from eating dinner with the family. The newsletter now includes sports {Read More}

With Five Easy Steps, Parents Can Help Kids Read Better
6:10 pm , January 23, 2015 0

With Five Easy Steps, Parents Can Help Kids Read Better

There are five easy steps parents can take to help kids read better and they don’t require a lot of time or special knowledge about phonics, suffixes, root words, and other teaching lingo. When your child is having trouble learning to read or learning to read well, there is a lot of pressure on parents {Read More}

Use School & Sports Failures To Teach Kids Crucial Life Lessons
8:19 pm , October 9, 2013 0

Use School & Sports Failures To Teach Kids Crucial Life Lessons

It is very hard to watch the children you love experience failure, disappointment, and loss in the classroom, in sports, and on the playground, but these occasions present the best opportunities to teach them how to deal with negative emotions. Various coping skills are most easily learned as a child, and best taught by a {Read More}

How To Help A Reader Who Refuses Help Can Be A Mystery
11:09 pm , February 15, 2013 0

How To Help A Reader Who Refuses Help Can Be A Mystery

Sometimes even quite young children will dig in their heels and refuse to accept help in learning how to do something they find difficult – like reading, for example. You can be given great advice on how to help your child, but the fact is that no one can make a person learn. The only {Read More}