Monthly Archives: January 2013

Solve the Mystery of Why Reading Time With Your Child Vanishes
9:53 pm , January 30, 2013 0

Solve the Mystery of Why Reading Time With Your Child Vanishes

Even parents who are seriously committed to helping their child learn to read well and work hard to set aside the time to help, often find that good intentions are not enough. Somehow the time you planned for reading just disappears; however, it really isn’t such a mystery. A lot of changes take place between {Read More}

Kids Must Learn How To Deal With Competition In Sports And Life
10:00 pm , January 16, 2013 2

Kids Must Learn How To Deal With Competition In Sports And Life

When the word “competition” is used in connection with sports, a lot of parents become alarmed at what their child might learn or to what they may be exposed when playing a competitive brand of hockey, soccer, or any sport. “I don’t want my son to play competitive sports because I don’t want him to {Read More}

Kindness Can Still Prevail In A Child’s Competitive Sport
7:31 pm , January 10, 2013 2

Kindness Can Still Prevail In A Child’s Competitive Sport

Some parents worry about competitive sports changing their children in a negative way. We want our children to compete in the classroom without cheating, compete on the playground without feeling good at someone else’s expense, and compete in the game without breaking the rules. There is no question that there are always opportunities to cheat, {Read More}

In This Sports Mystery, A Good Friend Betrays Another
12:14 am , January 1, 2013 2

In This Sports Mystery, A Good Friend Betrays Another

Within the sports mystery, Something’s Missing, three children unite to solve a mystery, but in addition, each one has a problem to solve. This is Rebecca’s problem: A Snippet from Chapter Six: