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Missing Child
by Joan Bramsch.Useful Links & ThingsNeed information? Don't know who to ask or where to turn? Here are some useful links and information sources that will respect YOU and your privacy.Coping With TeensMost of us were never taught to be parents. So we can't help but...
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If you want your child to be smart, you be the first teacher!
by Joan Bramsch.TEACH ME, I'M YOURS: If You Want Your Child To Be Smart, You Be The First Teacher by Joan Bramsch Click on imagefor larger picture TEACH ME, I'M YOURS is an ideal way for parents to help their child grow in many areas ... physical fitness, body aware...
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A Childs Memento Box
by Dionna Sanchez.One way your child can treasure his/her special memories from Spring Break or Summer is to create a Memento Box. Just have them use any kind of plain box such as a hat box, shoe box, photo box, etc - just make sure it has a lid. Then have them decora...
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Celebrate a Child
by Arleen M. Kaptur.This month we celebrate CHILDREN’S DAY. We already have a Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, and a Grandparents’ Day. Why should we have a Children’s Day? Don’t we give the young ones enough attention in everyday life? We cater to their needs, g...
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Child Safety Tips
by Monique Dyer.6 Ways to Prevent Child Abduction1. Never leave your child alone in a public place, car, or stroller.2. Point out a safe house or houses in your neighborhood, where children can go if they are in trouble.3. Check older friends of your child and all p...
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Create Positive Memories for Children
by Dr. Barbara Becker Holstein.We have so much influence over the next generation! Lots of times we forget how much influence, as our children or grandchildren can appear to ignore us, forget us or even worse--run from us in one way or another. Sometimes, we must just accept the f...
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A Childproof and Workable Home Office
by Rachel Goldstein.Article submitted by http://www.Allfreelancework.com - 1000s of freelance jobs, articles, and resources.If you have young children, then deciding how to design your home office has probably given you a headache. There have been times of chaos in my o...
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Choosing Picture Books for Your Child
by Sally Murphy.Whilst most parents recognize the benefits of introducing their children to books at a young age, the sheer number of books available can make the selection of appropriate titles a daunting task. The following pointers should be considered when buyin...
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10 tips to make your home child-proof
by Berry Everitt.Accidents in the home are a major cause of unplanned hospital or clinic visits, and homeowners with young children need to take special care to guard against mishap. Here are the top 10 actions that safety experts recommend they take to "child-proof"...
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Teaching Children to Organize
by Monica Ricci.Teaching Children To OrganizeOrganizing is something that many people are born with, yet those who aren?t need not despair. Organizing is a LEARNED SKILL and one that kids and adults alike can pick up at any time. Here are some ways to organize a kid...
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Are You Placing Your Children in Danger?
by Linda J Alexander, Esq.More than ever before it has become absolutely crucial for people to pay attention to their surroundings and the people they meet. There are now hundreds of organizations and websites dedicated to the safety and welfare of young children and yet, chi...
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Speaking on Behalf of Our Children: Stop Blaming the Victims
by Dawn Fry.Word Count: 893Speaking on Behalf of Our Children: Stop Blaming the Victimsby Dawn FryHow many times have you flipped through the pages of a magazine or newspaper and seen images of children with captions like "Brats," "Bullies," or "Mean and Selfish...
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Bless the Children
by Joyce C. Lock.Previous generations where raised under the premise that children are to be seen and not heard. If they altered in teaching, the next generation was heard, but their words weren't taken seriously - as adults always think they know more than children ...
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Saving Memories of Your Children
by Mark Brandenburg Ma, Cpcc.A few years ago, my three-year-old son and I settled in for the last stage of his good night routine. It had been a good day for him, he had been very active and had spent a great deal of time in the sand and in the water. Right now he was tired, and...
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Your Childs Most Basic Needs!
by Frank W. Thatcher Jr..Children are supposed to be well-taken care of by adults. They are supposed to have their basic needs met. These include the need for food, warmth, physical comfort, adequate clothing and a healthy environment. These needs also include their emotiona...
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Are You Protecting Your Child’s Hearing Properly?
by Susan Dunn, Personal And Professional Development Coach.5.2 million 6-19 year old have hearing loss directly related to noise exposure*. Don’t let your child be part of this unfortunate group.PEACE & QUIET “Offer your child peace and quiet,” says the Noise Center. “Noise poses a serious threat to ...
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Six things You Can Do to Protect Your Child’s Hearing
by Susan Dunn, Ma, Personal & Professional Development Coach.5.2 million 6-19 year old had hearing loss directly related to noise exposure according to the 3rd National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2000, reported on Dangerous Decibels, http://www.dangerousdecibels.org . According to a study done by...
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Tech Abuse and Your Child: What You Can Do
by Susan Dunn, Ma, Personal And Professional Development Coach.New technology brings new ways to stay in touch and guard your child's safety but it also brings new ways to steal, cheat, bully, act irresponsibly, and harm others.Bullying via camera cell phones and Internet is an international problem and misuse s...
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Helping Children Cope With Grief
by Theresa V. Wilson, M.ed..Age is not a prerequisite to grief. Not unlike their parents, child must be allowed to experience the stages of grief. Denial of opportunity to “release” feelings, participate in family loss, and share in recovery can be very damaging to the heal...
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As A Child
by Arleen M. Kaptur.As a child I wanted to ask why I was handed a remote control; As a child I wanted to touch a leafI was told to wash my hands; As a child I wanted to hear the sounds of a bird I was told they were "dirty" and full of germs; As a child I wanted to reac...
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Validating vs. Indulging Children’s Feelings
by Margaret Paul, Ph.d..The following article is offered for free use in your ezine, print publication or on your web site, so long as the author resource box at the end is included, with hyperlinks. Notification of publication would be appreciated.Title: Validating vs. Ind...

Protecting Your Child’s Innocence
by Margaret Paul, Ph.d..The following article is offered for free use in your ezine, print publication or on your web site, so long as the author resource box at the end is included, with hyperlinks. Notification of publication would be appreciated.Title: Protecting Your Ch...
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Celebrate Spring With Your Children!
by Cyndi Roberts.The days are getting longer, the grass is gettinggreener, wildflowers are blooming -- it must be spring!It's a great time to get outdoors with your children.Try these ideas for fun activities.1. Just take a drive. Check out a book from the libraryon ...
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Top Ten Ways to Raise Emotionally Intelligent Children
by Mark Brandenburg Ma, Cpcc.Having a high level of emotional intelligence in your children is the best way to ensure that they live a happy, successful, and responsible life as an adult. Here are ten ways to help your kids attain a high degree of emotional intelligence:1.Model ...
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Spare the Child, Ditch the Rod
by Mark Brandenburg Ma, Cpcc.This philosophy's been around a long time.In fact, a study done by Zero to Three, anonprofit child-development group, found that 61percent of the adults who responded condonespanking as a regular form of punishment. Thepercentage of parents who actua...
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