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12 Best Google Keywords for Finding Classroom Resources: and MORE

You'll find, in this list, amazing resources - whether you're a teacher or a parent - on how the brain works, how to teach, how people learn. Even if you're NOT a teacher, take a moment and visit these sites. You'll be fascinated, I assure you
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Dinner Time Is Eating the Only Thing On the Menu

Dinner Time   Is Eating the Only Thing On the Menu

Dinner time is a time when you can show as a family your appreciation for all your blessings, share disappointments, accomplishments and feelings and create memories that last forever. It is only tricky to make sure you eat together if you make it tricky.
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Four tricks to easy discipline

Four tricks to easy discipline

There are more books, magazines, and websites teaching us about parenting skills than ever so why are we not all experts already The reasons vary. The books are too long and complicated, the books are contradictory, the ideas of what is good and bad parenting keep changing, and the...
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Two sure-fire ways to raise responsible, respectful and compassionate children

Two sure-fire ways to raise responsible, respectful and compassionate children

By Erin Ann Kurt ->www.erinparenting.com As parents we all want to raise responsible, respectful and compassionate kids, do we not The most common way parents teach these traits is by lecturing when they see their child doing something irresponsible, disrespectful or uncaring. These lectures unfortunately either fall on deaf ears or are...
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The Magic Words We Never Say.

You'll notice...how too often we, as adults, leave out the words in everyday usage - expecting the tone in our voice to communicate instead the unsaid "please," or a smile instead of an "excuse me."
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The Ten-Minute-Mom.

The Ten-Minute-Mom.

Like all individuals, some kids are talkers, others simply aren t, and as individuals, they need time alone, and also time with you. The Ten-Minute-Mom solution can work for everybody: moms, dads, kids - whether they work in or out of the house, for pay or for passion. It's win-win, in ten minutes' time.
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Teachers: Links you’ll like a LOT

Teachers: Links you’ll like a LOT

The following resources are AWESOME. You'll love these. (Links will open in a new window. Close the window to return to this blog.)
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Because I said so. But here’s why.

Because I said so. But here’s why.

My oldest daughter actually asked me the other day: how come we never get punished That s when I knew I was doing it, well, sort of right.
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For Teachers: word list

Running out of ways to say: "Well done " on your students' pages
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