shelly holt (Street Articles Author)
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No Kids “Aloud”
There seems to be a revolt being chronicled in the blogs. There are two camps. A large portion of the public is tired of ill-mannered children. The other camp is outraged that children should be discriminated against. Let me first say that I enjoy well-mannered children. I will also be…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Parenting   Aug 02, 2011  
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Tips on Teaching Reading Skills Systematically
I am going to assume that your learner is starting from the beginning. Don't forget that children learn well with routine and feel successful when they know what is coming next. So the framework of your lesson should have the same components each day, but vary the methods within the…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Home Schooling   Jul 14, 2011  
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Obstacles In Home Schooling Part One: Patience
Part One: Patience The first complaint parents usually have about teaching their own child is a lack of patience. Let me suggest to you not to take any of the setbacks personally. That doesn’t mean that you don’t take it seriously, or that you don’t expect good effort. It just…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Early Childhood Education   Jul 04, 2011  
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Parenting:clash Of the Titans
How do conversations that begin benignly discussing something the children need to do, escalate into nuclear war? The discussion began innocently enough. It is summer time and our twelve year old needs to be doing something other than playing video games. We were in agreement up to that point. Then…
By:  in  Relationships  >  Conflict   Jun 28, 2011  
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Vacation on the Cheap
Summer is the time for families to make memories together. It doesn’t matter what the economy is doing, building strong families has to be our priority. That doesn’t mean throw common sense out the window and whip out the credit card. Charging expenses for a vacation is a short-term benefit.…
By:  in  Relationships   Jun 18, 2011  
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