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You Are Not Dumb or Stupid!

“You’re no good!”, “You’ll never amount to anything!”, “You are so stupid!”, “Are you dumb or what?!”, “How dumb can you be?!” How many times did we hear those words growing up? I am sure there were those children that never heard those words from their parent’s mouth but I bet there were more children that did hear them then didn’t.

There Is No Substitute For Hard Work!

Do we truly know what hard work is? Thomas Edison after failing 10,000 times to create a better light bulb before he finally succeeded does! Are you ready to get to work and really make a difference in this world?

How to Prepare for School Examinations

School life is both fun and hard work at the same time. However, as you grow older, you will always cherish and covet for that carefree life. In this article, I have gathered a few tips on how to prepare for school exams and emerge a champion. Read on…

Indoor Activities for Cold Weather

Think outside the box for indoor activities when it’s cold outside. What can you do that’s different or maybe even relates to or supports cold weather?

Planting Seeds of Doubt

Today’s teenager is a force to be reckoned with. In my family, he is too smart, too stubborn, too independent, too fearless, and thinks he knows it all. Of course, any parent or grandparent actually DOES know differently. Unfortunately, those characteristics can be painful for both sides of the fence, the children and the adults. What pertinent piece of wisdom can a parent say to an excited teen who is about to depart for a great adventure?

Making Museums Fun

Not everyone likes museums, but they don’t have to be boring and stuffy. You can make them more enjoyable for you and the kids by following these 6 easy tips. Let the kids have fun and be sure to include time to teach them about what they are seeing at the museum.

Ask the Question: “What Can I Do for YOU?”

Children and teens can sometimes be suspicious of the motives of adults toward them. This simple strategy is useful to teachers, counselors and other child-service professionals in authentically gaining a youngster’s trust and confidence.

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