Anyone who has shopped at a grocery store or mall with children, especially young children, knows that the experience can be trying, and sometimes, stressful! Here are some tips that may prove useful on your next shopping trip:Before You Go...• How is everyone feeling? Is your child too tired or hungry to shop? Are YOU? It's best to go when you are rested, don't wait until the end of a tiring day...
1. You're on the right track now!
2. You're doing a good job!
3. You did a lot of work today!
4. Now you've figured it out!
5. That's RIGHT!!
6. Now you have the hang of it!
7. That's the way!
8. You're really going to town!
9. You're doing fine.
10. Now you have it!
11. Nice going.
12. That's coming along nicely.
13. That's great.
14. You did it that time!
The following tips will provide suggestions for parents on how to approach test taking with their kids.
Make sure that your child does all their homework and reading assignments, this will help make sure your child is prepared for the test.
Encourage your child to space out their studying and homework assignments so that they won't be forced to cram on the night before the test.
If you are...
Swimming can be a tough activity for some kids to be able to take part in. However you can work to get your kids to learn swimming. Many things can even be done before your kids get to any swimming lessons.
A good way to get your kids to pick up swimming is to give them exposure to swimming as early as possible. It is generally recommended that you introduce them to swimming lessons when your...
The familiar sound of “I’m boooored!” is bound to kick in at some point over the summer. But don’t despair! A bored kid often needs a jump-start with a new idea or a new activity. Consider these 10 secrets for shaking the boredom blues and getting kids excited about doing something.
1. Explore Movement Activities—Is there a sport that interests your child? How about exercise? Is there a video...