Wednesday, April 24, 2013

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How to Improve Your Child's Intelligence

by Abdul Cholik

Parents can only do so much for their children as they grow older. They cannot do everything for their children and help their children improve their intelligence. Once the kids grow older parents can only supervise, provide guidance and set the child up to learn life's lessons. For example, parents need to be there to supervise their kids TV and video game playing habits. While there is no study correlating this to a child's intelligence, these are disruptive activities that could lead to poor grades. When parents are firm in ensuring that children do their school work first before they turn their attention to TV and video games, they are teaching their kids to become more responsible. They are likewise teaching the kids to prioritize things and this is one of the most important lessons in life that they can learn outside the four walls of the school room.


Science in the Preschool Classroom With Limited Space

by Cheryl Hatch

Science is fun, but what if you don't have enough physical space in your classroom to dedicate to a Science Interest Center? Don't give up--all it takes is a bin and a table!

Are Your Children Abnormal or Normal When They Act This Way?

by Dean N Pearson

It will be helpful to parents if they understand and are prepared for behavior that is likely to occur with their children. They can then use appropriate reactions when they encounter such acts.

Infant and Toddler Books

by Christina Lane

Introducing your infant or toddler to reading early can be what makes them into really good readers! Learn from other parent's experiences on which books to offer to them.

Picture Books For Infants And Toddlers

by Christina Lane

Picture books for infants and toddlers can work like flash cards. Utilizing this form of book as a tool for early education can be very beneficial.

How Music Influences Children's Learning

by Ben Hurst

There are many theories and ideas about what has the greatest impact on a child's learning as they grow - perhaps the most interesting of which is music. Singsongs have always been a popular way of teaching basic communication, language and responsive skills from children, but more recently the idea of music having much larger impact on a child's learning has started to become prominent. Many researchers believe that music can help hone creativity and improve learning functions by stimulating a developing brain.

Teaching Your Kids To Read

by Ben Hurst

Learning to read is one of the biggest milestones of your child's young life. By the age of six or seven, your child should have a basic understanding of how words are formed and be able to read comfortably by themselves. For some this comes very quickly and a few children are even able to read by four or five; others have a bit more difficulty but as long as you spend time with them and encourage as much reading as possible they'll be bookworms in no time.

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