A Time of Reflection

In just a few short weeks, it will be time to celebrate Thanksgiving! As we approach this time of the year, we are reminded to count our blessings. God has blessed each of us in countless ways! One thing that I am most thankful for is the people that God has brought into my life. Think about that for a moment. Think about your
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LET’S COOK!

LEARNING IN THE KITCHEN Did you know your kitchen is filled with ways to learn? Here are several ideas to help your older youngster practice math, reading, language, science, and more—simply by cooking together! – Reading. Reading recipes can mean learning new words. Point out words like “stir,” “bake,” “combine,” and “dissolve.” Help your youngster look up words she doesn’t know in a dictionary.
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NUTRITION, MANNERS, AND PICKY EATERS

I’d like to share this great article with you that discusses how to manage your young child’s nutrition, manners and picky eaters. Please click the link below to view. Focus on the Family – Mealtime


GREAT BEHAVIORS FOR SUCCESS

Smiling faces. Happy voices. These are just some of the things teachers love to see and hear every day at school. What else do they like to see? Children who are ready to learn. How can you help your child be prepared from the moment he walks into the classroom? One way is to practice the following behaviors at home. – Picking Up. You
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“The bright side of blunders: Why we should let kids fail.”

Years ago as a mother of school age children and even now as a parent of three grown adult men, I always desire their best not wanting them to fail.  As parents we love to see our kids succeed in all they do, whether they are 10 years old or 25… giving an oral presentation at their new job or finger painting in kindergarten. 
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