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Puberty Part2 affect physically&emotionally.

Adolescence is the age between adulthood and childhood. Problems: Teenagers are often confused about their role and are torn between their responsibilities as growing adults and their desires as children. They tend to feel overly emotional (blame it on the hormones). Just about anything and everything can make them happy, excited, mad or angry. ...

Puberty Part1 problems and sensible solutions

Adolescence is not an easy time for kids or parents.  The only way to deal with needs and problems at this age is to know about them and be ready to face them. Most common problems, and their solutions that adolescents have to deal with. Physical changes Physical changes happen due to change in the teenager’s hormone levels. ...

Help your child with the homework

Child’s learning — at home! Here's how to help them hit the books and develop good study habits Sit down with your kids and lay out expectations now, when the school year is starting, rather than waiting until problems arise. Two or three goals is plenty, and you'll get better results if your child helps...

Why Your Child Doesn’t Care About School? Part2

If you have a child who can see no value in his coursework, then sometimes it’s best to put the focus on the act of learning. The goal and focus should be on learning how to learn – not just the grade.  For instance, even if the subject is not appealing, learning how to master reading complex...

Why Your Child Doesn’t Care About School? Part1

How are you going to motivate your kid to work in school this year?  Kids are under much more pressure academically than they have been in the past.  Some kids, especially those who struggle with slower processing speed, weaker working memory, and other related struggles, can truly shut down under excess pressure.  When the brain is stressed...

Active learning

Talking about sport with your child gives you lots of chances to build vocabulary and math skills. Here are a few things you can practice with your child as you play and talk about sport together: using prepositions – e.g. describing where the ball went (past the goal, through my legs, over his head, onto the...

Getting your child ready for school

Can Be Stressful school lunches, forgotten permission slips, packing schoolbags – but it doesn’t have to be. Tips to help you and your child get a great start to the day! Early to bed, ready to rise When your child gets enough sleep, they are more likely to wake up cheerful, energetic and ready to learn at school....

Is your child ready for kindergarten?

Your child is probably ready for kindergarten if he or she: Follows simple directions: Maybe you're lucky and your little angel does whatever she's told. But in reality, most children don't behave all the time. It's important, however, that your child can listen to a teacher and completes instructions, so good speaking and listening...

How to handle bad neighbors

Dealing with nasty neighbors can be enough to drive even the most peaceful person to the brink. The four big offenders in the world of nasty neighbors and tips on how to deal with them. The slob: Like the neighbor that lets the grass grow and leaves trash cans out days after pickup. The careless pet...

Best Tips For Kids Potty Training

Potty Training
Getting your kid out of diapers can be totally intimidating. Easy Potty Training Here are useful tips to help you get your kid into underpants. Model good behavior. You’re already used to that not-going-pee-alone thing—so turn the lack of privacy into a teachable moment! Or, enlist a (probably eager) older sibling for demonstrations. Don’t make it traumatic. More...
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