Dancing is an expression. And I find that the way a college kid dances should be different than the way a child dances and every form of age-appropriate expression in between.
But maybe I'm just old ;-)
Early reading is not indication of being an avid reader any more than being gifted at arithmetic at 5 means they'd make a great mathematician in college.
Do your best to ignore, change the subject or just smile and say "that's...
Have you tried to find out WHY he is obsessed?
Is it about the day of being special?
Is it about the presents/gifts?
Is it about the kids?
What was his last birthday like that he can't wait for the next one?
Mom of a VERY social only here and its been a big challenge over the years in that aspect. Although friends of mine with 2 kids would talk about how their kids fight all the time, they definitely did not see how that is part of growing...
Originally Posted by jrose_lee
All this talk about reading has inspired me to ask something that I was wondering about before.
What about Continuum Concept and Homeschooling? Obviously during the day there...
Pets are the best way for children to learn to deal with death, since it will not be as devastating as say a parent or a sibling.
In our house death was always discussed so that it wouldn't be traumatizing. It is, after all, part of...
I have found this book to be great in addressing the needs of young ones:
Whole Parent/Whole Child by Polly Berrien Berends
I also recommend a good trampoline with a domed safety net. My son was finally able to focus much more once...