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Foster Children Do Better At Home By: Scott Wasserman | Jul 30th 2007 – A new study concludes that children on the margins of foster care placement tend to have better when they remain at home, especially for older children. Children who are removed to foster care face higher delinquency rates, teen birth rates and lower earnings. Tags: Giving A Voice To The Children By: michael laycock | Jul 1st 2007 – Benefits of providing a means for the children to have their say when their parents separate and divorce. Tags: Symptoms Of Acid Reflux In Children By: Jim Kesel | Jun 25th 2007 – Acid reflux symptoms in children and infants can be hard to detect. The lack of clear .munication is a major stumbling block. Frequently children cannot even tell you where it hurts or give you good clues to what is happening to them. Infants of course can only .plain and cry which increases stress levels and urgency. T … Tags: Teaching Children Independence And Responsibility By: true2you | Jun 17th 2007 – Children with healthy self esteem grow up to be independent and responsible adults. But children don’t naturally gravitate towards independence – they need their parents’ guidance. Use these tips to help put your children on a responsible and healthy path. Tags: Summer Sponges: Minds Of Children Soak Up Knowledge By: Beth Butler | Jun 3rd 2007 – We are familiar with the dog days of summer and hope each year to avoid the boredom and the pitfalls of the typical decline in learning experienced by children. You will find daily opportunities to continue your child’s learning with little effort and great returns. Tags: 6 Ways To Ensure Children’s Safety At School By: travis klein | Jun 3rd 2007 – We always believe that our children’s school is a very safe environment. In most cases it is, but even so we as parents need to be active in insuring that safety is always there. Tags: Helping Children Cope With Separation By: michael laycock | May 30th 2007 – Solutions for parents divorcing or separating about giving their children the means of exploring and understanding their feelings, normalising their feelings and equipping them with successful strategies for dealing with other future losses in their lives. Tags: Peer-to-peer Social Networking Websites And Children By: travis klein | May 25th 2007 – Social websites or online .munities are a wonderful thing for adults in our .munity to network for both personal and business needs. However children accessing these same sites pose some obvious problems. Tags: Children And Online Video Game Safety By: travis klein | May 25th 2007 – In today’s technology driven world children are exposed to many negative things on a daily basis. One of those being online video games, and how we as adults can make it safer for children to play these games. Tags: Chat Room Safety For Children By: travis klein | May 18th 2007 – It is almost a given that any child deemed old enough to use an Internet chat room is also mature enough to grasp there are some very bad people in the world. To help keep youngsters safe while still allowing them to enjoy the .munication the Internet allows, many parents school their children on chat room safety. Tags: Sleep Disorders In Children Often Differ To Those Of Adults. By: Malcolm Moorhouse | Apr 28th 2007 – Sleep disorders in children are more .mon than is realized by most people, in fact around 42% of children in the US suffer from sleep disorders in one form or another. For instance sleep apnea is recognized as a .mon disorder amongst children of all age groups, with the most affected being the 3 to 6 years old. Figures … Tags: Falling Shape Game For Young Children By: Kimmy | Apr 3rd 2007 – A how-to article about a fun game you can play with your kids using only paper, pencils and crayons. The game teaches children about shapes. It’s a craft and game all in one. It’s fun for the whole family. Tags: Poisonings In Children – Which Household Products Are Hazardous? By: Kimberly Gingras | Apr 1st 2007 – As parents, we do our best to keep our children healthy and safe. We buckle up their seatbelts, tell them to wash their hands before dinner, and to eat their fruits and vegetables. Yet, childhood poisonings occur every day across the globe. According to Safe Kids Worldwide, one hundred children ages fourteen and under died … Tags: Nutritious Art Activities For Young Children By: Nicole Munoz | Mar 27th 2007 – Arts and crafts activities are a great way for young children to reinforce the ideas they have learned as well as creatively explore new concepts. Art time is very enjoyable to most children, especially toddlers and preschoolers. An art activity by itself can open a number of teaching opportunities on a variety of topics. T … Tags: Winter Is Perfect For Children’s Crafts By: Sammy Kay | Mar 16th 2007 – Cold weather can be tough on you and your small child when they can’t get outside and play. It can sometimes be difficult to find things for them to do indoors that will keep the interested and occupied for any amount of time. Children’s crafts can be a great option! Doing crafts with your child gives you t … Tags: Asthma In Toddlers And Children By: Sven Ullmann | Mar 14th 2007 – The worse thing than childhood asthma is asthma in toddlers. Most children who have asthma developed the disease while they were still toddlers. With a reported 5 million American children suffering from asthma, 173 thousand of them hospitalized for severe symptoms and 864 thousand receiving emergency treatment annually, it … Tags: How To Find Age Appropriate Toys For Children. By: Marina Neiman- | Feb 24th 2007 – Fond memories of childhood usually bring to mind a favorite toy. A cuddly doll, colorful crayons, or a special wagon are all childhood favorites. Toys bring a great deal of joy to children, but they also can be valuable learning tools. Exploring, pretending, and sharing are just a few of the important skills children devel … Tags: Choosing The Right Children’s Gift And Toy By: Hunter Pyle | Feb 4th 2007 – Take advantage of shopping online to help you save time. Instead of trekking out into the shopping malls to stand in lines, you can elect to do some or all of your gift shopping online and save the gasoline and the frustration. There are plenty of children’s gifts and toys available online that you can use for: Tags: children, gift, toy, birtyday, graduation, present, christmas, religion, nfl, pool, tv, dance, mat, toy, kid, boy Children Of The Light By: Julie Redstone | Feb 4th 2007 – Many children are .ing to earth at this time who have a great contribution to make to the planet and to all of her inhabitants. These are children who already carry more light in their bodies, and their destiny is to disseminate that light in order to uplift humanity, and also to find an arena of activity in which the tru … Tags: Motivating Young Children To Learn English: Keeping Their Attention Without Giving Them Gifts By: Shelley Vernon | Jan 31st 2007 – Young children are often eager, almost too eager. The problem arises when they are eager to do things other than what you’re trying to teach them. Here are six top tips to keep them interested in class and motivated to do what you want them to do. Tags: ’tis The Season For Flower Girl Dresses And Children’s Formal Wear By: Chris Robertson | Jan 24th 2007 – Spring is just around the corner, which means it’s the season for children’s formal wear. Weddings call for flower girl dresses and boy’s tuxedos, as well as for First .munion dresses and boy’s suits. Tags: 5 Activities To Encourage A Love Of Math In Your Children By: Nicole Dean | Dec 12th 2006 – Oftentimes parents invest a lot of money in thick workbooks to teach their kids math. Some children are open to workbooks. Others are not. If your child is bored by workbooks, don’t fret. There are plenty of other ways to teach math and they’re fun! Board Games Dust off your Monopoly game and your gam … Tags: Sensitive Children Who Develop Significant Anxiety By: Kalman Heller | Dec 2nd 2006 – In recent months I happened to work with a number of elementary-age children who had developed anxiety symptoms such as resistance to separation, excessive worrying, nightmares, restricted activity, and meltdowns.�"’ They were all very bright, creative children who engaged in a lot of fantasy play and were described by … Tags: A Quick Guide To Children’s Furniture For The Bedroom Or Playroom By: Chris Robertson | Nov 17th 2006 – Are you considering new children’s furniture for your child’s room? Read this quick guide to children’s furniture for some great tips… Tags: The Importance Of Play – Are You Allowing Your Children The Freedom To Play? By: Helen Thompson | Oct 21st 2006 – Play is your child’s way of exploring the world. It is their first discovery of sensation, movement, language and their surroundings and is an essential part of a child’s development. Being able to play freely enables them to learn invaluable life skills such as: �"’� Socializing; �"’� Le … Tags: Shop Smart When Buying Children’s Toys By: Ron Loeffler | Oct 18th 2006 – In this article we are going to take a look at the importance of choosing the right toys that will not only bring hours of fun, but will also help with child development as well. Toys are a kids best friend, have you ever known a kid that didn’t like toys? Children’s toys have been around as long as kids have and they range … Tags: Educational Gift Ideas For Children By: K Snow | Sep 27th 2006 – All kids enjoy gifts. Receiving a gift is a positive reinforcement for them and boosts their self confidence. Rewarding a child for being good with a small token can go a long way in promoting good behavior. Most children have a penchant for information and knowledge and love to explore and therefore, one of the great gifts … Tags: Children’s Eating Habits: Who Is To Blame? By: Chris Snow | Sep 26th 2006 – Parents often teach their children very poor food habits. For example, during a busy morning when everyone is running late, there is little time to think about making and eating breakfast, although it is the most important meal of the day. So parents will skip the children’s breakfast and tell them to eat well at lunch when … Tags: Children’s Books To Capture The Imagination By: Margaret Tye | Sep 4th 2006 – A collection of the best, modern children’s books to suit all ages – including young-at-heart adults! Tags: Teaching Reading To Children With Asd. What’s The Best Way? By: Alan Yau | Aug 23rd 2006 – In this article I share my experiences of teaching children with ASD to read using different methods. Tags: Arts & Crafts – Encourage Your Children By: LynnM | Aug 5th 2006 – The moment you first give a toddler a crayon and a piece of paper, you’re giving that child a step up to a world of creativity, learning, entertainment and ac.plishment. It’s the world of Arts and Crafts. A small phrase for such an important part of a child’s development. Children are interested in Arts & C … Tags: Establishing .munication To Promote Online Safety For Children By: Asma Latif | Jun 13th 2006 – Allowing your children to surf the Internet is a great learning experience. Children online have access to resources from all over the world as no generation before them has. Unfortunately, they are also exposed to people all over the world "�" both good and bad. What can parents do to protect children from online dangers? … Tags: Keeping Children Safe Part 2 By: Katheryn Hoban | Jun 3rd 2006 – 2 Part discussion on children’s safety in and around the home, and out in public Tags: Accident Insurance For Children – Have You Thought About It? By: Ciara McGrath | May 27th 2006 – Have you thought about providing financial security for your children in case they are seriously injured in an accident of any kind? The possibility of an accident putting your child in a wheelchair for life, is not one that anyone likes to think about. Not thinking about the possibility does not take that chance away thoug … Tags: Understanding Autism In Children By: Rachel Evans | Apr 21st 2006 – Do you know autism affects male children four times more than female children? The characteristic feature of autism in children includes non-verbal and impaired verbal .munication. In addition to this the autism in children creates imaginative social interaction and activity. Infantile autism in children develops at about … Tags: Summer Safety Tips For Children By: Nicole Dean | Apr 15th 2006 – Summer is a fun time, but it"��s also a time when a lot of accidents happen. Here are some ways to keep your children safe this summer. Water safety. If you have a pool or plan to be around the water at all, then make sure you"��ve got all security devices in place. All gates must be locked, and alarm … Tags: Clothing Your Children By: Rachel Branston | Apr 14th 2006 – It is lovely to see well dressed children particularly small children who can look cute and fashionable at the same time. Babies have no say in what we dress them up in so we can be as flamboyant or simplistic as we like! Specialist shops are in abundance nowadays with prices ranging from sensible to the rid … Tags: Why Are Our Children Getting Heavier? — The Five Truths Every Parent Must Know To Get Their Child"� By: Lisa Alexander | Mar 10th 2006 – With as many as 50% of all children being overweight in this country, parents are beginning to realize that something must be done. There is no shortage of information about nutrition and exercise, but the task of helping an overweight child without setting them up for a lifetime of dieting is a daunting challenge. Parents … Tags: Child Safety-preparation The Key To Preventing Abducted, Missing Children By: Scott Irwin | Feb 7th 2006 – The thought that a child could be taken or go missing is a very real fear that all of us, as parents, share. Naturally, we want to keep our children safe, but we can’t watch over them 24 hours a day. I am frequently asked by parents for advice on what they can do to protect their children. I’d like to share some advice with … Tags: No Kidding-preparation The Key To Preventing Abducted, Missing Children To Review The Article (rep By: The Rich Dude | Jan 22nd 2006 – Did you know that, according to figures from the RCMP, approximately 186 children are reported missing each day in Canada? That’s one almost every 7.75 minutes; recent US statistics are much more alarming, somewhere in the United States approximately every 40 seconds a child is reported missing. In fact, by the time you hav … Tags: Children’s Birthday Parties – A Timeline For A Great Event! By: An.te Yen | Jan 22nd 2006 – Having the best children’s birthday party shouldn’t be a stressful thing. Follow the timeline below and your child and you will be the hit of the neighborhood. About a month before your party you’ll want to: Talk with your child and choose a party theme and/or decide what your "��entertainment" … Tags: 相关的主题文章: