Who lives by you?

November 10, 2014    Category: Successful Children   No Comments »

In this digital world we sometimes find ourselves spending more time on our computers or our phones. Remember when we used to go outside and visit with the neighbors?
Here are some good ideas for know your neighbors. (Helps to keep your kids safe as well as teach them how to effectively communicate with others)

http://www.parentfurther.com/resources/enewsletter/archive/know-your-neighbors

Great response to a child about being a ‘nerd’.

Science questions?

September 12, 2012    Category: Successful Children   No Comments »

Trying to figure out a science project or just want to learn more? Check out this great science source where you Saab submit your questions and get answered.

Newton Science

The term ‘home schooling ‘ basically refers to the process in which some children of one or two n families are instructed by parents or legal guardians, or an affiliate of either household. The laws that characterize homeschooling vary from state to state. The legal prerequisites for building a home college also change with the State.

For most youngsters, the particular process of learning begins much before school. Many youngsters already know their alphabet, the names of animals, colors and other more complex stuff before they reach school. This is typically thanks to the hard work of a member of the family who has taken a little bit of time to teach the child.

Home schooling is merely a natural progression from here. Instead of sending their children to a public school moms and dads make their own curriculum and teach their kids in ways which best suit the child. This is homeschooling, in its most simplified form.

Before you decide to go in for homeschooling, there are vital matters for consideration. First off , meet with parents of other home schoolers. Learn the pros and cons of home schooling. Then ask yourself why you would like to adopt this strategy. This is an exceedingly important aspect, as the success of the program depends upon the clarity and honesty of your purpose.

Next, it’s time to think about the costs of homeschooling. It may cost anywhere between about a hundred bucks to a couple of thousand each year depending on how elaborate you get. More importantly, you’re also effectively shutting out any job opportunity for one of the parents. It’s only apparent that one parent must stay home full time to manage the home school. A home-based business however is a great alternative.

Are you qualified to take on homeschooling for your kids?

Teaching is a carrying on of your own learning process. With the appearance of the web, information is aplenty. There are various books and resources for those interested in homeschooling. Go thru the various methods of homeschooling and choose one that is most fitted to you. It helps if you know what kind of learning style your youngster has. Also , discover what your youngster feels about home schooling before you start.

Every state has its own laws regarding homeschooling. As an example, in North Carolina, you’ve first got to file a ‘Notice of Intention ‘ to start a home school. In this you’ve got to mention if the school is a ‘Private church ‘ school or a ‘qualified non-public school’. The persons providing the education are required to have at least a high school diploma. You have to maintain an annual record of the child’s attendance and disease immunization. Every year, the kid is needed to endure a standardized test. Each student attending the eleventh grade has to take a nationally standardized test. These are the requirements in North Carolina, nevertheless it will give you a beginning idea of what home schooling entails.

Home schooling could appear like plenty of fun and freedom from the outside. But things are infrequently as straightforward as they appear. Home schooling is a lot of added responsibility and tough work. But , if successful, it’ll forge a powerful bond of respect and love between parent and child, while supplying your child with the best form of education he wants.

The School Acknowledgments Guide book written by Maria Jones-Fraser contains info on school appeals and how to win secondary school appeals in the United Kingdom.

Thanksgiving is tomorrow and it’s a wonderful holiday. I love spending time with family and focusing on gratitude and good things. If you’re like me, along with that comes thinking about what to get the kids for Christmas since it is only a month away.

There are many sources for finding the Black Friday ads for the big stores so I thought I’d list just a few of the not so “big” stores that you’ll want to check out for your children this year.

Check these out for some great products at some great prices from stores you can trust to deliver!


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Take an extra 20% off most things with code ‘Holiday’

 

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$15 off and free shipping on any orders over $149. When you Shop Now at ParadiseGalleries.com (ends 12/2) Promo code: EMBTOP10


 

Electronics Games to Educational Products, Plush Toys to Pogo Sticks, Dolls, Sports and more, shop FunToyMall.com

Transformers Trans Scanning Bumblebee Action Figure (Japanese Import) – $19.95 + Free Shipping at Newegg.com, exp. 11/23

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This Black Friday only. 30% off any Complete Edition software. Use BFCOMPLETE at checkout.
20% off any order of Byki Deluxe. Use BFBYKI at checkout. Valid Cyber Monday only


Black Friday Specials at Tech For Less


BetterWorldBooks.com


Shop for Natural Gifts Now!

Black Friday Promotion at eBooks.com. Save $5 off $40 purchase. Use code – blackfriday$cp. Valid until Nov 30, 2011 only

Free $25 e-Gift Card for every $50 spent + 25% off site-wide with code FF25 at FashionPlaytes.com! 11/24 2pm-11/25 2pm ET

72 Hour Sitewide Sale! Up to 60% Off Plus Free Shipping on Every Order Black Friday Weekend!
 

Be sure to also check out your local newspaper Thursday morning for a lot of local ads and make sure to get something good for your child’s growth and development.
Have a great Holiday weekend!

There was a study done about kids having a hard time sleeping after watching tv shows, especially those containing violence. Including cartoons.

Check out this news article talking about it…
http://www.ksl.com/?sid=16136998&nid=1010

From http://www.math.yorku.ca/Who/Faculty/Ng/FromEllen.pdf
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