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50 Of The Best Books For Parents [Infographic]

No Comments 23 July 2013

Raising a child is a difficult, though rewarding journey. It is important for parents to learn how to raise their children to be happy and healthy. There is little formal education on how to recognize and address childrens’ needs. A popular self-education method is parenting books. There is a wide availability of books. This infographic [...]

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Year of the Tiger Mom [Infographic]

No Comments 12 July 2013

Tiger parents became more well-known recently, with the publication of “Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother” by Amy Chua in 2011. Tiger parenting involves very strict parenting; making their children work very hard; with free time restrictions, all to increase high grades. This style of parenting is usually associated with Asian-Americans. Kim Wong Keltner published [...]

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A Quick Guide to Pinterest for Families

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A Quick Guide to Pinterest for Families

No Comments 02 April 2012

  If you haven’t heard, Pinterest is the latest internet hit. Part social media, part photo swapping - the new social sharing site has the potential to go strong for quite some time. But what should parents know about Pinterest? Is it harmless for children? Teens? What does Pinterest really do? What is it for? [...]

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Review: Spoonful of Math

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Review: Spoonful of Math

No Comments 27 February 2012

Math is not always the easiest subject for kids to grasp, but luckily a teacher from Massachusetts has discovered a little secret. “As a teacher, I have taught many math lessons.  But, perhaps the most successful and well-received lessons were always the ones that involved food,” says Spoonful of Math creator Rochelle Cooper. From the moment I [...]

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Faces iMake App. Stimulates Creativity

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Faces iMake App. Stimulates Creativity

No Comments 16 January 2012

The new app. for your iPhone and iPad, is an award winning activity for  your kids. Your child will take everyday objects and make faces out of them.  It helps your child to be more creative and stimulates right brain activity. The application was created by children’s book author, Hanoch Piven, and  is loved by [...]

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5 Ways To Make Divorce Easier On The Kids

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5 Ways To Make Divorce Easier On The Kids

No Comments 02 January 2012

Credit Divorce is very difficult for a child, no matter what age they are. Even older kids need their parents to help them through this difficult time. No matter what the motive is for the divorce, there are a few things that you, as a parent, can do to make it easier for them. 1. [...]

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