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Moral Dilemmas for Students

By tony

Moral Dilemmas Today’s students have more moral dilemmas than children had in the past. Sometimes it is not possible for you to think about what is good or bad, right or wrong. Most of the time something is considered a moral dilemma when it is not something that you want to do either way. This […]

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Middle Child Syndrome Explained

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Middle Child Syndrome   Middle child syndrome is more real than most parents want to admit. The problem comes when they have more than two children and one or more of their middle children feel as though they are lost in the shuffle. For the middle child, it can be challenging to deal with the […]

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Can you really tell if a kid is lying?

By tony

Lying Children One of the main things to remember about lying children is that children learn from their parents. Honesty and dishonesty are things that are taught in the home by what your children see. It does not matter if you are lying to others or merely lying to your children. If they see you […]

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How to Teach Your Child to Tie Shoelaces

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Learning how to tie shoelaces is something seems to come naturally to some children but is a massive struggle for others. Knowing where your child can help you to utilize the following tips to help them best. Create a Shoe Tying Board One great way for children to learn how to tie their shoes is […]

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Emotionally Healthy Children

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How to Raise Emotionally Healthy Children One of the main reasons that people are emotionally unhealthy is that they are living a life of codependency. Parents can live co-dependently on their children, or the children can be codependent on their parents. Codependency is a problem that continues to recur through the generations. Parents can start […]

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Love Of Reading In Your Children

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Ways To Inspire A Love Of Reading In Your Children If your child is showing little interest in reading, there is hope. Sometimes moms and dads have to get sneaky, but you can still turn your child into a reader, even if he is reluctant about it. 1. The Early Bedtime trick. One of my […]

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Homework time and stress

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Parents have asked us why homework takes their child 2, 3 and even 4 times longer than their peers and what they can do about it. This article defines the 3 key issues and what parents can do about it. Student’s key issues often include: Attention is a major problem, both in class and while […]

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No Child Left Behind

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‘No Child Left Behind’: What it Means for Parents The No Child Left Behind Act is a landmark education reform law that is already improving academic performance across the land. One of its chief aims is to close the troubling achievement gap that separates many disadvantaged, disabled and minority students from their peers. To do […]

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