Posts Tagged ‘teach’

Educating Your Child About School Violence

When considering the discussion you should have with your child(ren) regarding school violence, it seems like a daunting and unpleasant task. How do you broach this subject? What are the signs that it is time to have this talk? How can you recognize if your child is being bullied and what can you do to prevent bullying in your child’s school? We may not want to think about this or believe it, but what if your child is the one doing the bullying? All of these questions lead to the same important answers that, as parents, we can’t always rely on children to make the right choices naturally. There have been 31 school shootings ranging from elementary school to college in 2017 and the year isn’t even over. We must step in and do our part to prevent tragic violent events in schools.

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Remembering September 11th

Do you remember where you were the moment you heard that a plane flew into one of the Twin Towers in New York City? Most of us cannot only remember where we were, but also the pure shock we felt when we saw the horrifying footage on television. It’s hard to believe that our country experienced the worst terror attack in history 16 years ago when it feels like just yesterday that we watched it all unfold with tears in our eyes and an indescribable fear that most have never experienced before.

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Date Your Son: 10 Ideas for One-on-One Time

There is no denying the bond between a mother and her son, and although they can’t stay babies forever, they can continue to be our buddies. One way to nurture your relationship is to set aside one-on-one time to do something fun together outside of the home. It’s a chance to get to know one another beyond the boundaries of our daily routines; an opportunity to laugh, talk, play and teach. 

Here are ten date ideas that any Mother/Son duo would love.

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A New Scrapbook Introduces Manners to Toddlers

For many parents good behavior and politeness are a top priority starting at an early age.  Good moral character in our youth is vital for a more compassionate and responsible society. 

Do you often wonder how to reinforce courtesy and good etiquette with your children?  Good Manners For Life has come out with a Good Manners For Life Scrap Book Kit that is designed to teach your kids manners in an imaginative way.  

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10 Classic Stories to Shape Girls’ Minds

photo credit: Little Miss Eclectic Photography

Summer is coming, and what better time to stock up on some good books for fun vacation reading? Daily Mom is here to help you find the perfect reads! We have compiled a list of 10 classic books that teach important lessons to help build your daughter’s character. Fill her bookshelf with them now so that she can dig through them all throughout the summer months!

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Should you allow allowance?

photo credit: Little Miss Eclectic Photography

It’s important to teach kids about money. The way we learn to save, spend, and handle money as a child can play an important role in the way we manage our finances as adults. Let’s face it, in the world today more value is placed on stuff than ever before. It seems more and more that people lack the responsibility and discipline to save money before making big purchases. Instead we are jumping on the debt train and racking up the bills. If we don’t teach our children about how to manage their money, who will?

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