Monthly Archives: March 2012

10 Ways Music Could Help Any Child

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In the 1950′s, research on the Mozart Effect became popular. The theory postulated that listening to the compositions of Mozart improved children’s intellectual performance and IQ. While these claims have never been proven, it is a fact that music does … Continue reading

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10 Ways to Avoid Kids Cussing up a Storm

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Unless a child grows up in an exceptionally sheltered home, chances are good that they’ll let a curse word or two fly at some point. Whether they’re little ones experimenting with language they don’t understand, or going through a rebellious … Continue reading

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10 Tips for a Child Being Relentlessly Teased

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Being teased and picked on by bullies can be one of the toughest parts of growing up. It’s important to remember that even if someone never physically hurts you, harassment and tormenting you with words is still a serious form … Continue reading

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10 Ways to Explain the Sitter Kissing on the Job

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It’s an unfortunate truth that most kids learn about subjects beyond what’s age-appropriate from teenage babysitters. Because sneaking a boyfriend (or girlfriend) into the house while the kids are sleeping is also a time-honored babysitter tradition, it’s fairly likely that … Continue reading

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