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HOW CHILDREN LEARN?
Saturday 2nd of April 2011
Children play everyday. Play is considered to be one of the primary needs of a child and play is often said to be a child's work! Play provides the foundation for academic or 'school' learning. It is the preparation children need before they learn highly abstract symbols such as letters and numbers. Learning isn't just repeating what someone else says; it requires active thinking and experimenting to find out how things work and to learn firsthand about the world they live in.
 
WHY CHILDREN NEED MOTOR SKILLS DEVELOPMENT?
Saturday 2nd of April 2011
One of the most common concerns for a parent is whether or not their child is developing normally. Motor skills are deliberate and controlled movements requiring both muscle development and maturation of the central nervous system. Fine motor skills are those skills that allow you to develop the ability to do such things as write and manipulate small objects. Gross motor skills are big motor skills; i.e. running, jumping and hopping etc. They require balance and coordination.
 
10 KEYS TO SUCCESSFUL PARENTING
Saturday 2nd of April 2011
Your child's self-esteem is greatly influenced by the quality of time you spend with him-not the amount of time that you spend. With our busy lives, we are often thinking about the next thing that we have to do, instead of putting 100% focused attention on what our child is saying to us. We often pretend to listen or ignore our child's attempts to communicate with us. If we don't give our child GEMS throughout the day, he will often start to misbehave. Negative attention in a child's mind is better than being ignored.
 
CHOOSING THE RIGHT TOYS FOR YOUR CHILD
Saturday 2nd of April 2011
Today, when parents go into a toy shop, they are greeted by the sight of a bewildering array of toys claiming to be both educative and entertaining. But all this comes for a price. Parents spend a fortune buying toys, wanting to do the best there is for their children. However, most parents find that they spend more time playing with these toys than their children do.
 
INNERTALK SERIES
Saturday 2nd of April 2011
Our brains work subconsciously for 99% of the time and it is by changing this deep-rooted subconscious thinking that we are able to make positive changes to our lives. InnerTalk CDs contain short, simple phrases ("affirmations") concealed within the gentle sounds of music or nature that actually target your subconscious and alter your thought pattern. The affirmations are concealed in the audio illusion in order to bypass the conscious mind and help you change your self-limiting beliefs.
 
INNERTALK: DOES IT REALLY WORK?
Saturday 2nd of April 2011
When the CD is played, either "Natural Sounds" or "Music" is heard - there is only one track per CD so it is essential to choose either "Music" or "Natural Sounds" at the time of ordering the CD. The volume may be turned down to a very low level, e.g. just audible, without in any way reducing the effectiveness of the CD.
 
AUTISM: WHAT PARENTS SHOULD KNOW
Saturday 2nd of April 2011
Autism causes kids to act in unusual ways. They might flap their hands, say certain words over and over, have temper tantrums, or play only with one particular toy. Most kids with autism don't like changes in routines. They like to stay on a schedule that is always the same. They also may insist that their toys or other objects be arranged a certain way and get upset if these items are moved or disturbed.
 
DYSLEXIA: WHAT PARENTS SHOULD KNOW
Saturday 2nd of April 2011
Most kids begin learning to read by learning how each letter of the alphabet looks and sounds. Next, they start figuring out what the letters sound like when they're put together to form words. Reading is a little like riding a bike because you have to do a bunch of things at once. It's hard at first, but once you know how to do it, it feels easy and natural.
 
ADHD: WHAT PARENTS SHOULD KNOW
Saturday 2nd of April 2011
Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is the name of a group of behaviors found in many children and adults. People who have ADHD have trouble paying attention in school, at home or at work. They may be much more active and/or impulsive than what is usual for their age. These behaviors contribute to significant problems in relationships, learning and behavior. For this reason, children who have ADHD are sometimes seen as being "difficult" or as having behavior problems.
 
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