Educational Activities for Children and Parents

Educational activities can be fun, and entertaining. Children learn at an amazing rate, and the activities they are exposed to can help them on their journey. Fun educational activities comes in many forms. Children can learn a skill, by playing a simple game. For instance, children who want to learn how to add, subtract or multiply can do so with […]

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All About the Yellow Ribbon Program

With so many brave men and women overseas  fighting for the freedom that we enjoy, it only stands to reason that a program like the yellow ribbon program would pop up. There are plenty of ways that this program benefits the men and women that have come home from war and their families. In order to understand the program, it […]

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How to Start Talking to Class About Cyber Bullying

Combating Cyber bullying is not a job for just one person. The sheer span of the ways bullies can attack victims online requires vigilance and attention from all adults in a child’s life. Talking about bullying in the classroom can be difficult, as you presumably have a mix of the victims and victimizers in each class, along with people who […]

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What to do About Bullying?

Bullying is one of the most long lasting and unsettling experiences most human beings will have to deal with in their life. Whether you are young or old, big or little, or any of the other characteristics that can mark you ‘different–you will experience it. Many parents will feel absolutely helpless when they see that their children are being bullied. […]

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Tween – Don’t tell your parents!

Cognitive Development In Terms of Tweens And Its Effect On Tween/Parent Relationships! A tween is officially defined as any boy or girl between the age of 10 and 12. At this age they are getting ready to make the transition from elementary school to junior high school, which thrusts them into a new environment. They go through a lot of […]

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