January 30, 2012

Stages in Growing up: 18 months to Two Years Old

18 months to 2 years old
Children of these stages in growing up (18 months to two years old) are full of energy.  They love to explore and to manipulate objects, and they can entertain themselves for short periods.  As their major muscles develop, their walking skills increase.  Parents should be patient and offer encouragement as they begin to develop bladder control and, later, control their bowels.
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January 28, 2012

Three-year-olds: Stages in Growing Up (12 Tips)

Stages in growing up.
  1.   Three-year-olds begin to show both mental and physical independence.  They are proud of their accomplishments and delight in demonstrating them.  These stages in growing up will help develop their coordination for them to be able to ride on toy cars.  

  2.   They can entertain themselves by making simple  drawings or playing with blocks.  Their communication skills are developed enough for them to tell simple stories or repeat nursery rhymes.  Stages in growing up help the three-year-olds to be independent enough to do many care-taking activities, such as using the bathroom.  
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January 24, 2012

8 Alarming Signs for Parents: Molester’s Pattern on Child Abuse

Molester on child abuse
An abuser or molester is expected to be very witty not to utilize force to his potential victims.  Instead, he might choose to entice a kid little by little.  Child molesters are excellent in disguising themselves. For concerned parents, it’s difficult to pin point adults who may pose a danger to your kid.  So here’s the molester’s pattern on child abuse, and every parent should be cautious about these:
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January 22, 2012

Stages in Growing up: Four to Five Years Old

Stages in growing up
1.  Pre-school and kindergarten stages in growing up provide an opportunity for children to meet new people and face new challenges.  This is a time when children like learning start to develop the ability to cooperate with others.  By five, most kids have already learned to play a variety of roles. Examples: a follower of older children, a bossy leader of younger children, and a cooperative partner with a peer. 
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January 19, 2012

Tips to Effective and Successful Parenting: 4 Child-Raising Tips

Effective & successful parenting
Child-raising is undoubtedly the most difficult job and yet the most rewarding career. Effective and successful parenting is a career in which most parents are caught not prepared. 

To improve and upgrade your parenting skills, here are 4 child-raising tips to help parents—and make your children enjoy as well:

1.   Develop the self-esteem of the child.

Your voice tone, gestures, body language, and facial expressions are imitated by your children.  More than this, the actions and words of parents influence the emerging character and self-esteem of the child.
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January 17, 2012

Outdated Parenting Skills: 6 Signs Your Parenting Skills need Updating

Have you already updated your outdated parenting skills?  Let’s accept the reality: if your parenting approach is based on the 20th century instead of today’s 21st century, you’re setting up a formula to fail in your family and parenting.   If you’re applying the outdated techniques, your parents and your grandparents used many years ago, then you and your children will not enjoy your relationship.  
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January 16, 2012

Improving Parenting Skills on Modern Time

Improving parenting skills on modern times.
Improving parenting skills is a hot subject matter to talk about.  Everywhere you look at there are blogs, articles, news, and books that promote and criticize parenting.  But what’s really important is this: upgrading parenting skills on modern time.  Parents should make every effort to become better parents. Why is this so?
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January 13, 2012

Lazy Kids: 7 Reasons to Child’s Laziness to Study

Lazy child to study his lessons.
Is there any solution to child’s laziness to study? How to help him improve his study habits?  Does your child show no interest at all to hold his book, read and study?
Unfortunately, there’s no any cure to improve a child’s laziness to study.  The only possible remedy is learning to discipline the child so that he will start doing things he doesn’t enjoy.   It is good to provide right discipline through consequences.  Give him some sort of negative consequences for all his laziness.  It could be depriving the child of watching TV, playing video games, or using the computer.  You may use this if grades become very low as a result of his laziness to study.
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January 10, 2012

Defiant Kids – How to Control Defiant Children

Controlling Defiant Kid
Why are defiant kids answering you back most of the time?  You can hear and see defiant kids bickering all the time, with their parents or siblings.  What to do with defiant children? What are the keys to controlling defiant kids?  This article will give practical suggestions to help out parents on handling their angry children.

Why are defiant kids always angry?
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January 7, 2012

Morning Blues: How to Overcome Difficulty in Walking Up (For School)

Morning blues: Overcoming difficulty in waking up.
It is very hard to get my 7-year-old daughter up early in time morning for her school.  Each morning I enter into her room, open the windows for her and tell, “it’s time to get up. Good morning, Stephany,” and then remove her blanket.  She would ignore my words, push me away, groan, and return to sleep.  Every day of the morning starts this way and she cries if she gets forced to get up.  It takes me a lot of pressures and annoyance even before I can send her to school. Please help.  
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January 4, 2012

For Kids: How to Have Power Over Scary Movies

How to have power over scary movies?
Our neighbors do not monitor what their children watch on TV.  Our 6-year-old son was playing at their house one time when they watched a monster movie.  He came home crying, and ever since he’s been scared about monsters in his room at bedtime.  He recently found out that the same movie is going to be shown every week for the next month, and he wants to see it again.   It frightened him so much the first time, and I think that would be a mistake.   Why would he even want to put himself through those fears again?
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