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Roundup of new children's books - San Francisco Chronicle

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Roundup of new children's books
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Spirited ink and gouache art humorously presents child-size angst. And its goofy exaggeration gently satirizes compliant parents and bent-out-of-shape siblings, together faced with the commanding presence of an infant. Bottom line: Human babies take ...

Tips for parenting your kid during puberty - WRAL.com

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Tips for parenting your kid during puberty
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My mom once told me that you have your kids all to yourself until they are about 10 years old, and then you slowly start losing them. As my daughter nears that threshold, I can't help but feel a sense of impending doom as the dreaded puberty years inch ...

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The 4 Styles Of Learning: Find Out Which One Works For You ... - University Herald

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The 4 Styles Of Learning: Find Out Which One Works For You ...
University Herald
Each person has his own learning style, find out which one works best for you.

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How to Help Your Child Cope With a Learning Disability | For ... - US News Health

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How to Help Your Child Cope With a Learning Disability | For ...
US News Health
For a small group of students, learning difficulties don't surface until middle school or high school. (Nina Shannon/iStockphoto). A learning disability is a problem ...

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Highly gifted children benefit from explanation as much as their peers - Phys.Org

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Highly gifted children benefit from explanation as much as their peers
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We often assume that highly gifted children always perform at maximum capacity. Psychologist Bart Vogelaar discovered that this group too benefits from training and explanation. Strangely enough, the benefits are the same for both groups. PhD defence ...

Brain Rules: The problem with learning styles - UTDailyBeacon.com

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Brain Rules: The problem with learning styles
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The proper research design would include “categorizing” participants into these styles, then randomly assign them to a style specific teacher for a test and then have each group take the same test. If the research supported the existence of learning ...

Hey, parents: Time to 'step up,' be annoying, set limits on digital-media use, doctors say - The Advocate

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Hey, parents: Time to 'step up,' be annoying, set limits on digital-media use, doctors say
The Advocate
As they get older, Choojitarom suggests parents let children watch media that helps them with problem solving and other educational goals. While parents should avoid using a tablet computer or television as a babysitter, he says, it's fine to turn on ...

Flu can be serious for children with asthma - Orange County Breeze

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Flu can be serious for children with asthma
Orange County Breeze
Asthma triggers are often harmless to most people, but certain substances, weather conditions or even other diseases, like the flu, can make life difficult for a child with asthma. Though triggers don't cause asthma, triggers can lead to asthma ...

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Homeland Security agent warns parents about online predators

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Homeland Security agent warns parents about online predators
The Mining Journal
Advice for parents and teens about online dangers. Provides specific examples of applications to watch out for. Discusses why teens can have two Facebook pages.

Parents View New Peanut Guidelines With Guilt and Skepticism

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Parents View New Peanut Guidelines With Guilt and Skepticism
New York Times
For starters, food allergies disproportionately affect children, and the risk of making the wrong decision about a food is immediate and potentially.

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