Safety Tips for Summer Camp
Summer camp can provide plentiful opportunities for fun. Always remember, however, to keep safety in mind during children’s activities.Kids’ Activities – Leave the Mobile Devices Behind!
In today’s world, it’s difficult to pry your children away from mobile devices, video games, and other electronics. If you’re looking for kids’ activities that are safe and require interaction with the great outdoors, here are some tips to help you find the best ones for your family.How to Stay Calm When Something Scary Happens to Your Child
Our weekend was rather exciting. My 3-yr old was present at a bomb scare, and the next day a windstorm showered my loved ones with scattered glass. Many who read this, will probably first think thoughts of worry and fear, and imagine all the bad things that could have happened. Before you start worrying, please know that everyone is feeling good. And this feeling of all being well, is why I am writing here today. I am offering you these stories as a reminder to keep things in perspective and to stay focused on how you want to feel – even after stirring events.Children Avoid What They Are Unsuccessful Doing
My second grader has decided that math confuses her and is too hard, so she hates math. And until she finally realizes that her inattention results in her frustration and inability to accurately complete the math problems, this self-fulfilling prophesy will continue to play out.Let’s Call Homework Something Else
When I asked a kindergartner about her homework, she groused and complained, saying that she hated homework. That really surprised me. Where did a kindergartner get that attitude?Great Kid’s Bedroom Ideas
If your kid wants to redecorate their bedroom, it is nice to let them have a degree of input into how they would like their bedroom to look. However, it is also a sensible idea to keep a reign on their ideas, so that they do not run wild with them. As a parent, you can help to guide your kid’s bedroom ideas, whilst preventing them from becoming unmanageable.Practice C.A.N.D.I.!
If you practice Constant And Never-ending Deliberately Improvement (C.A.N.D.I.) you’ll get so good, so fast, that some of your friends and family won’t recognize you at first. Don’t despair though, they will eventually know that that is you standing up there, and be inspired.