The Importance Of Learning And Discovering New Things

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The world of parenting is intriguing and new. Every day you have the opportunity to learn and discover new things. Why is this important? As much as your children will grow during there lifetime, you grow too. You have the opportunity to learn right along with your children! You can learn to re-discover the mystery […]


What Books Do Children Like

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Parents at times don’t realize how critical it is to read to their children as early as infancy. Reading to a little one can promote a child’s strong, cerebral, and emotional development. Any positive interaction between parent and child is helpful such as speaking, reading, and playing easy games. We want to make the most […]


Learning To Apply Information

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There are many definitions of intelligence, but the one I have learned in high school claimed that intelligence in nature is the ability of an animal or a human to use the information they have learned. I have also read about the idea that there are several levels of learning. The lowest level of learning, […]


Music And Your Child S Development

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As the mother of a two year old, I am always looking for activities that encourage learning and development. I find that most of the activities we do together that result in learning are purely by coincidence and luck – not by any skill or training I have. As of late, my son has shown […]


There Is Nothing Like A Good Father

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Father. This word brings up a variety of thoughts and emotions when it is spoken or thought about. Thinking of your own father or other fathers you know probably brings a lot of memories, both good and bad. A father is a person of great influence in a life. He has a strong affect on […]


Do You Know When To Begin Teaching Your Child To Read

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It is never too early to begin teaching your child to read, or at least laying the foundation for early literacy skills, and it can definitely be left too late! If you are not sure then think about this. Statistically, more American children suffer long-term life-long harm from the process of learning to read than […]


Tips For Parents Starting The School Year Right

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Increased parental involvement provides the best foundation for a successful start to the school year. “Back-to-school offers an opportunity for parents to get to know their children’s teachers and be involved in education year-round,” said Reg Weaver, president of the National Education Association. “To reach their full potential, students need parents to take an active […]


Children Can Keep Learning While On Vacation

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The phrase “use it or lose it” may describe the way many students deal with new information. Experts say that within 24 to 48 hours after learning new concepts, students often begin to forget information. Although a vacation from school is great for recharging your children’s batteries, it can often offset the learning process. The […]


Home Schooling Parents How To Be A Good Home School Teacher

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Studies show that the training or degree of parents is not an important factor in the success of homeschooled children. More essential than a degree or a college diploma is your concern, commitment and eagerness to give your child the best kind of education that he/she deserve. The fact that almost all homeschool parents are […]


Tips To Help Your Kids Succeed In School All Year

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Research shows that parental involvement in schools improves student achievement, reduces absenteeism and restores confidence among parents in their children’s education. “Children need parents who have an interest in what’s going on in the classroom,” said Reg Weaver, president of the National Education Association. “Parents must do everything they can to get their children fully […]


Raising Bilingual Children What Are The Drawbacks

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I speak Swedish and my husband’s native language is English. When we had our two children, we had no doubt that we wanted to raise them with equal access to both languages. Now, years later, when I’ve made promoting multilingual child-raising not just my avocation, but my vocation as well, people ask me for the […]


Three Keys To Teaching Your Child The Alphabet

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Learning the alphabet is a key part of your child’s education especially when it comes to learning to read and write. It is important that children learn not only to recite the letters in order, but also to recognize letters out of sequence. In addition, after mastering basic recognition, children will need to learn the […]


Preschool Learning Activity Stimulating Children S Minds

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It is important for those who work with preschoolers to choose a preschool learning activity carefully. Teaching preschoolers is a rewarding experience and young children are like pliable putty in their preschool teacher’s hands. Those who teach children, especially preschoolers, experience one of the finest joys that life has to offer. If you have ever […]


Teach Your Child The Alphabet

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One of the first steps in becoming a successful reader is to learn to recognize the letters of the alphabet. The alphabetic principle teaches that spoken language is represented by written words that are made up of varying combinations of letters, and that these letters and combinations of them make up all of the sounds […]


When What And How Do You Begin Teaching Your Preschooler

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A while back LeeAnn from Las Vegas asked my opinion on just when is the right time to begin teaching her 2-year-old daughter. She has already begun teaching basic concepts such as alphabet, colors, and numbers, but some members of her family feel that she is pushing her little girl. In my opinion, the easiest […]


When Should You Begin Teaching Your Child To Read

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It is never too early to begin teaching your child to read, or at least laying the foundation for early literacy skills, and it can definitely be left too late! If you are not sure then think about this. Statistically, more American children suffer long-term life-long harm from the process of learning to read than […]


How To Help Your Kids Succeed In School All Year Afa

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Research shows that parental involvement in schools improves student achievement, reduces absenteeism and restores confidence among parents in their children’s education. “Children need parents who have an interest in what’s going on in the classroom,” said Reg Weaver, president of the National Education Association. “Parents must do everything they can to get their children fully […]


Hand Eye Coordination And Visual Discrimination Key To Literacy

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Sometimes the best thing you can do for your child’s early literacy development is simply to let them play. Turn off the TV and anything battery operated then let your child pick up their toys, build blocks or duplos, or manipulate puzzles or game pieces. Not only are you giving your child the gift of […]


Quench The Thirst For Knowledge

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Education according to the gurus, prepares a child to live in society and the world, as we know it today. It inculcates values and introduces skills the child can hone as he or she grows up to earn a living. While education is a system, learning is a thirst quencher – it satisfies a curiosity […]


8 Ways To Focus Your Child On Learning Starting Right Now

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1. Dress for Success As tempting as it may be in the homeschool setting to roll out of bed, pour a bowl of cereal, and begin instruction in your bathrobe, it is important that you dress for success. Your children need to know the importance of the education they are receiving. There is no quicker […]