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Moving On Your Nine Year Olds Development Blog

Moving On: Your Nine-Year-Old’s Development

  You’ve been a parent for nine years and you’ve seen your son progress from a helpless infant to an increasingly independent child with his own personality, but don’t worry, he still needs your help to grow into a healthy, happy adult. His physical skills have developed to the point where he has good body […]

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5 Reasons Your Kids Should Be Playing Minecraft Blog

5 Reasons Your Kids Should Be Playing Minecraft

    In November of 2011, Mojang officially released Minecraft, a sandbox-style building game with an adventure and creative mode. It allowed its players to build almost anything, anywhere, and challenged them to build bigger and better. The game has since been adapted to multiple platforms, including online multiplayer. What Does This Have to do […]

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4 Ways to Spot and Nurture Talent in Your Child Blog

4 Ways to Spot and Nurture Talent In Your Child

What does your child do well? All children have abilities of one sort or another, though they don’t always reflect those of their parents. Your youngster might be the first in the family to have a knack for gymnastics or a penchant for the piano, or she might have a unique ability to make people […]

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5 Tips to Save Your Toddler’s Words Forever

If you have a young child, you’ll probably be recording their changing looks and developments with your camera. But what about their words? Kids often make their most marvelous utterances at random moments, and their words can fly by before you’ve had time to grab any recording equipment. Your toddler will be delighting you daily […]

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Moving On Five Blog

Moving On: Your 5-Year-Old’s Development

Your child has started school and though they’ll be learning about themselves and the world around them in class, you still have a key role in helping them develop the skills they need to prosper physically, mentally and socially. How do you know what you can do? How can you work effectively with the school? Most […]

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Talking About Sex to your Teenage Son Blog

Discussing Sex with Your Teenage Son

Though talking about sex with your children can be awkward, don’t avoid it. Even if your teenager already knows about sex, you still need to start a dialogue about it. The media portrays sex in skewed and damaging ways, which you need to discuss with your teenage son. “The talk” isn’t as simple as it used […]

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6 Tips for Reading to Your Children Blog

6 Tips for Reading to Your Children

A recent research study conducted by the Early Start Research Institute at the University of Wollongong in South Wales, UK, found that reading to children is important. It also found that when fathers read to their children they may have a different style and approach than mothers. While moms tend to focus on details in […]

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A New Way to Earn with Chores Blog

A New Way to Earn with Chores

In a world full of smart phones, tablets, and computers, the almighty dollar seems less and less important to our growing generation of tech-savvy kids and teens. However, learning responsibility and how to complete chores is still a very important part of their young lives. Knowing how to clean the house, cook a meal, wash […]

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Encouraging Your Childs Socio Dramatic Play Blog

Encouraging Your Child’s Socio-Dramatic Play

It’s great watching children play; they seem to have limitless imaginations when it comes to amusing themselves. Research has identified several types of play that children engage in, each of which gives them different benefits. In socio-dramatic play, a child recreates events or situations he has seen or experienced. This is distinct from dramatic play, […]

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