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Archives for November 2017

DIY Activities for Adults and Children Alike

by Editorial Team November 28th, 2017| Elementary
One of the best things about having kids that the sky’s the limit when it comes to the creative activities you can organize and delve into on the weekends. A DIY project might be just the right thing for someone who wants to keep his or her child interested in
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5 Rainy Day Preschool Entertainment Ideas

by Marnie Bii November 27th, 2017| Entertainment, Preschool
As rain showers start to become a daily occurrence, preschooler's boredom levels skyrocket. Without time outside running and playing, most kids this age start to act out and drive everyone up the wall. Luckily, you can introduce a few fun indoor activities into your preschooler's life to drive boredom

How Your Kids Can Stay Safe at Their First Concert

by Editorial Team November 22nd, 2017| Teens
If you have older children, they will eventually want to explore the world and have life experiences on their own, without their parents. One of those experiences may be, for example, going to see their favorite band or going to a festival. Festivals are becoming more popular, and they are

What is Pelvic Vein Incompetence, and Why Does it Affect Women During Pregnancy?

by Editorial Team November 21st, 2017| Pregnancy
During pregnancy, women’s bodies change in a number of different ways. It’s not just a matter of your belly getting larger as the baby grows bigger. Two changes that you might not know about are the massive increase in blood volume during pregnancy, and changes to the pelvis (including bone
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4 Ways to Teach Your Toddler Empathy

by Marnie Bii November 20th, 2017| Infants/Toddlers, Social
Toddlers are just beginning to realize that their feelings and experiences are separate from everyone else's. As a parent, you must help your child better understand this phenomenon by exploring feelings that people and animals potentially feel in a variety of situations. Through discussions, pretend play and behavior modeling,
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Do We Need A New Approach to Teen Bullying?

by Jane Wangersky November 13th, 2017| Behavior, Teens
There's a backlash going on.

My son, having his first block of the day free, managed not to have to go to the school assembly on cyberbullying. But he came home repeating the negative comments of students who had been there: It was all about “the problem, but no solutions”
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3 Essential Computer Safety Tips for Tweens

by Lori Sciame November 6th, 2017| Safety, Tweens
Tweens spend a lot of time on the computer. From playing video games, to participating in social media, to watching Netflix, tweens spend a good portion of their downtime staring at a computer monitor.  You might think you know about computer safety, but there is a good chance you

The Future is Young: Orphanages and Adoption

by Editorial Team November 3rd, 2017| Infants/Toddlers
Children are usually seen as the most vulnerable part of society. While many cultures around the world value and protect the elderly as much as children, it’s nevertheless the young, who have yet to grow and learn to take care of themselves, who we collectively value most. Children, as the
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