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Parenting, Home and Family

12

Sep'15

Sneaky Ways to Get Your Kids to Eat Their Vegetables

Getting your kids to eat their vegetables can be tough. Even if you raised your kids to have an adventurous palette, convincing them to try broccoli, kale and other leafy greens is often a hard sell. If you are having trouble getting your kids to enjoy vegetables, you do not have to bargain or beg...

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06

Sep'15

Is Your Child Coping in Class?

There are three areas of human develop that can influence a child’s ability to learn; namely physical, emotional and cognitive development. While these three areas are distinctly different they are connected in many ways.

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12

Aug'15

Do Legos Hamper Creativity?

Legos, the popular toy bricks, may be great for stimulating creativity in little kids. But when it comes to adults, things might be a little different. According to a new study in the Journal of Marketing Research, when adults are given a set of Legos to solve a well-defined problem, their creativity may suffer.

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10

Aug'15

Dear Diary… A Mother’s Story of Despair, Hope, Perseverance and Success

Based on real events — this is the mother’s side of story of helping her child with his reading problem as she confided to her diary...

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23

Jul'15

Rethinking the Way We Plan our Children’s Diaries

It's time to rethink the way we plan our children’s diaries. Too many children are busy going from one afternoon activity to the next, every day. They hardly have enough time to enjoy unstructured play or complete their homework, let alone succeed academically.

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21

Jun'15

Fathers are Special ― The History of Father’s Day

Father's Day is celebrated on the third Sunday in June every year. It is a tribute to the selfless love and support of the father. It is a day to honour not only your father, but also all the Father Figures in your life: grandfathers, stepfathers, uncles, and brothers.

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20

May'15

Preparing Preschoolers to Succeed in Life

A person’s ability to cope in the adult world, have a career and take charge of their financial affairs depends largely on their mastery of reading, writing and arithmetic during childhood. Unfortunately many people fail to develop these skills adequately and grow up battling dyslexia, dysgraphia or dyscalculia...

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14

Apr'15

Drinking Tea on a Daily Basis Can Benefit Your Mind and Body

Tea comes in a number of varieties. Black, white, green, and oolong are the main types to be found. Despite these differences, all four teas offer benefits to your health.

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22

Dec'14

Bathroom Décor Idea: Creating a Seaside Oasis

Is your bathroom simply a utilitarian "necessary room?" With a bit of creativity, you can turn it into a seaside oasis. The shower, sink, and tub all bring cleansing, life-sustaining water into the room, so what when you add a natural decorating theme there could be an ocean motif.

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12

Jul'14

Create a Garden Reading Nook in Your Child’s Room

Literacy is necessary to do well in life. Children need to read every day in order to hone their literacy skills. Teach your child the love of books by creating a garden reading nook in the corner of their room.

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