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Tips for Raising a Three to Five Year Old

Early childhood is very exciting. The world opens up for a child. Independence increases and the child focuses on adults and kids outside the family unit. Expect many questions at this stage, as kids can be very inquisitive and curious. Their personalities develop based on the interactions with family and people around them. Thus, it is...

Tips for Raising an Infant: Newborn to One Year Old

When it comes to infants, cognitive development involves learning process of language, memory, thinking, and reasoning. At this stage of life, a baby is learning to recognize your voice. He or she is also  learning to focus vision. Until this point, a baby’s vision stemmed from the periphery or the corner of the eyes. Now, the...

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Is Your Child Being Desensitized?

In a world of interactive gaming, internet junkies, and outrageous advertisement gimmicks isn’t it time to open our eyes, as parents, and look at the world through younger, more venerable eyes? To do this is to begin to understand what our kids see in this confusing world. There is violence, murder, rape, and torturous acts all...

Non-Traditional Family Life

Non-Traditional Family Life

The good old days when Mom’s worked at home. Their only work was being a Mother, keeping up the house, and having dinner ready when Dad returned home from a long day at the office. Well, not anymore. This style of home life is a dying breed. It is not due to a lack of wanting...

Does Your Child Have Problems With Homework?

Does Your Child Have Problems With Homework?

If you have noticed any of these signs from your child when it comes to their homework and homework habits you may be dealing with a Homework problem-child. This is a common occurrence that can be solved with a little attention to detail on your part, as a parent. Does your child perform below their potential...

Family Reading Tips

Family Reading Tips

If you have children that are old enough to read on their own, then you can use this to actively promote their skills through family involvement, while making fun game-like activities out of reading time. You would be amazed at the average reading level of most children ages 6-10. A large portion of children under the...