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Chit-Chat Jar: Communication with Your Kids

  Let’s get your kids talking and sharing their thoughts with you by making a “Chit-Chat Jar.” How fun is this! Find/buy a jar or container. Make sure the jar is clear so the kiddos can see what’s inside. Write topics on … Continue reading

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Fun Ways to Inspire Your Kids’ Imagination (Without Electronics)

Imagination today is becoming rare – this is my personal opinion. We have so many electronics available to our kids today that they lose the skill and thought processes which lead to imagination. What can you do to help ignite … Continue reading

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Parenting Tip: Following Through with Punishment Consequences

Frustration, stress and mental exhaustion – there is so much struggle with following through on punishment with your kids. Yes, it is easier to say nothing and to give in, BUT what will your kids learn? Nothing good. Continue reading

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How to Educate in the Home

Micro-educate What you are about to read is what you hear quite a bit – educate in the home! Always educate outside of the classroom.  Yes, easier said than done, I know.  We are tired, stressed, overwhelmed, and have a … Continue reading

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Building Bridges with Grandkids – 5 Tips to Bridge the Gap

Originally posted on Galaxy Grandkids Well, hmmm! How to begin? The gap between grandparents and grandkids is quite wide. If you think about it, grandparents grew up with seeing the world in real time, NOT on a Wii, X-Box or … Continue reading

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