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Recorder Karate: An Exciting Way To Teach Beginner's Music

19th May 2011
The recorder is one of the first musical instruments that children are introduced to. It is also known as an "English Flute" and belongs to the woodwind family of instruments. One innovative and incentive-centred method of teaching children how to play it... Read >
Author: BenCap17

Training Staffordshire Bull Terriers Can Be Fun

12th May 2011
Most dogs possess purely natural undomesticated features, commonly being aggressive and barking needlessly. Some dog owners are actually distressed with the state of affairs and often slap their pet dog or remove it to the out-of-doors. However, training ... Read >
Author: Phil Roberts

Fun-Filled Music Education Through Recorder Karate

03rd May 2011
The recorder is one of the first musical instruments that children are introduced to. It is also known as an "English Flute" and belongs to the woodwind family of instruments. One innovative and incentive-centred method of teaching children how to play it... Read >
Author: BenCap17

Golden Retriever Puppy Biting Issue

11th January 2011
Many of us pass off puppies biting as simply playing, and as we find them so cute we don't really mind. Unfortunately, this so called playful biting behaviour can lead to dominance and aggression problems in adulthood. You must therefore, ensure that you ... Read >
Author: Matt565

Time-Out Chairs - Every Kid's Room Needs One

15th November 2010
There are some essential furniture that every kid's room needs- a bed, table and chair, storage shelves, dresser, crib and diaper changing station for babies and toddlers, maybe even a kids room divider for decoration. But there is one furniture which I f... Read >
Author: Randall Thornton

Wiggles Stickers and Reward Charts to Break Negative Behaviour

12th October 2010
Reward charts and reward stickers are a fantastic strategy and tool to encourage good behaviour and discipline children, breaking negative behaviour cycles and achieving positive results in your child's behavior. If your child loves the Wiggles, like so m... Read >
Author: Leanne

Tips to deal with teenage behaviour problems

09th June 2010
Teenage behaviour problems are one of the major challenges for most parents. There are many causes for teenage behaviour problems - hormonal and physical changes, stress at school, family stress and peer group pressure are some of the key causes of teenag... Read >
Author: Kinjal Shah
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