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Are After School Activities constructive?

11th February 2013
Young children today are gradually being sidetracked from books preferring to be in front of a monitor or television screen instead. It really is important that children begin at a young age their reading habits so anything parents may do to help them sha... Read >
Author: bookseller16

Online First Aid Certification And CPR Classes For You

06th February 2012
Receive your online BLS CPR training for free. The special self guiding child CPR and first aid training is time effective those of you that need to learn the principles of fundamental life support but whose work schedules do not enable lengthy lectures a... Read >
Author: ronwrites

Baby Toys - Does Your Baby Need Wooden Blocks?

14th April 2011
Wooden blocks probably feature among the oldest fun and game equipment for children. Parents today have nearly forgotten such classical toys due to the wide availability of hi-tech toys and games. Does a baby need wooden blocks? Do they encourage imagi... Read >
Author: Jamie

What Every Parent Should Know About the Brigance Assessment

11th April 2011
I am often asked by parents how to use the results of the Brigance Asessment Tool. Here is an overview of the Brigance Assessment tool: what it accomplishes, why we use it, and what every parent should know about it. 1. What is the Brigance Early Child... Read >
Author: suzukischool

Meenakshi Public School Sector 10 A, Gurgaon

23rd March 2011
Meenakshi Public School is located in Sec- 10A in Gurgaon. It is a co-educational, English medium school. It is an ISO certified Senior Secondary School of CBSE. The school was established in 1992. The school is a result of the dream and foresight of Hono... Read >
Author: osawebmaster8

How Children Can Benefit From Nursery Rhymes

05th July 2010
Parents, teachers and child caretakers commonly use nursery rhymes to soothe or entertain children. However, there's much more to nursery rhymes than calming and playful words or melodies. Nursery rhymes can actually enhance the development of cognitive s... Read >
Author: Andrew Regan

Music Therapy for Adults with Disabilities

08th June 2010
Research has proven that music therapy provides a wealth of benefits for people in all age groups and with varying health challenges, from children with autism, to cancer patients to those who suffer strokes, to adults with developmental disabilities, and... Read >
Author: David

Homework Tips That Really Work from the Brain Trainers at LearningRx

23rd October 2009
Now that school's in full swing, for parents and kids everywhere the homework honeymoon is over. The rosy glow of a new school year has faded, the relationship with homework has turned to drudgery, and the lighter homework level is a romantic bygone for t... Read >
Author: LearningRx
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