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Time to bring back the long-forgotten values
September 22, 2019 Jenifer Deivanayagam

Time to bring back the long-forgotten values

The kids today spend most of their time with electronic gadgets and live a mechanical life where there’s no place for values. Let us not discuss whom to blame, for the time has come to bring back those long-forgotten values.
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  • Mother worrying about Kids protection from COVID19
    October 7, 2020 Calvin Pixel Union

    Best Masks For COVID19 Outbreak

    When the entire United States and in fact the whole world is struggling with Coronavirus (COVID19) outbreak, being an adult as well as parents, its a common worry that what is the first line of defence to fight with the pandemic in addition of social distancing, self-disciple to ensure lockdown. Of course, at the same time, since it at times required to go out for essentials as per the guidelines issued. The very first thing, that comes in mind is facemasks or breathable masks to curb the conjugation from breathing. Let's learn, how to identify, the right mask for we as an adult and for our little beloved kids.
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  • Halloween is a new symbol of creativity worldwide
    October 1, 2020 Amanda Reed

    Halloween: A New Symbol of Creativity Worldwide

    Research conducted by my colleagues and I show that, despite occasional errors, children are actually quite good at making the fantasy-reality distinction by the age of 3 or 4. Our research showed that preschool-age children use many of the same cues that adults use to make this distinction. For example, preschoolers are more likely to think that something is real if a doctor is associated with it versus a dragon. So they pay attention to context. Children also use the presence or absence of evidence to make decisions about what’s real.
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  • Why Working Moms Have Healthier, More Successful Kids?
    March 3, 2020 Jenifer Deivanayagam

    Why Working Moms Have Healthier, More Successful Kids?

    It seems that the amount of time mothers or fathers spend with their children before they become teens has no significant impact on children’s social, academic or emotional performance. During the teen years, however, more time spent by a mother, or a mother and father together, can decrease the risk that an adolescent becomes delinquent, sexually active, or uses drugs. It seems there is something about a parent being around that helps children at that age self-regulate. I’m not surprised. A child who knows they are being monitored by those around them tends to keep her behavior a little more in check.
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  • What Should Jazz Dancers Wear?
    January 14, 2020 Amanda Reed

    What Should Jazz Dancers Wear?

    Jazz dance is a form of contemporary art and ballroom dancing. This originated in the USA and originally featured jazz music as a musical basis. Today choreography is danced to pop music, it can also be funk or hip-hop typical music styles. Jazz dancers wear a variety of different outfits. If you are taking a jazz dance class, the first thing that you should do is check with the instructor to see if there is a dress code. 
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  • Are parents obsessed with mobile phones?
    December 9, 2019 Jenifer Deivanayagam

    Are parents obsessed with mobile phones?

    Very often parents complain that the millennials are addicted to mobile phone and technology. But the question is, is it only the younger generation that is obsessed with phones?
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  • Does sports matter in kids’ overall development?
    December 9, 2019 Jenifer Deivanayagam

    Does sports matter in kids’ overall development?

    Sports and games play a crucial role in the overall development of children. Studies state that kids who are involved in sports tend to be more active in both academics and co-curricular activities. So, the article analyses how parents can encourage kids in play.
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  • Reading is as inevitable as breathing
    December 9, 2019 Jenifer Deivanayagam

    Reading is as inevitable as breathing

    Kids today are too much obsessed with electronic gadgets playing games and watching videos that they don't even care about the importance of the art of reading. Read further to know about the various ways through which you can help the children build the habit of reading.
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