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101. Study Tips For Parents
These help build solid citizenship skills, and teach your children the value ofcontributing to the community. tips FOR PARENTS. WHY DO HOMEWORK?
Study Tips for Parents The Basics Nothing helps small children more than reading aloud to them everyday. It helps improve their literacy skills and provides meaningful quality time with your children. Encourage children, no matter what their age, to be curious about the world around them. Frequently, teachers know in advance what books or topics will be covered in the fall. For example, try to find out what novels are commonly covered in English at your child's grade level. Have your child read them over the summer to get a head start on the rest of the class. Let your children know how much you value a good work ethic. Offer words of pride and encouragement when you see your kids studying. Stress how important it is to achieve the goals they set for themselves. Offer applause for small steps, and encourage your kids to do their best. No matter how tempted, do not compare your children's performance with siblings, or other children their age. There are a million variables in every child's life. What works for one, may not work for another. Parents and kids both have busy schedules. Help each other by talking about when a good regular study time might be, and sticking to it. Try to choose a time when your kids are most alert. Include your children in setting the time; kids are more likely to follow a plan they have helped to create.

102. Children's Trust Fund - Discipline Tips
and teach your children All parents want to do their best to raise healthy, happy,welladjusted children. The following tips are intended to give parents a

103. FBI Publications - A Parent's Guide To Internet Safety
While parents should utilize these mechanisms, they should not teach your child theresponsible use of the her online activity, and following the tips in this
A Parent's Guide to Internet Safety Dear Parent: Our children are our Nation's most valuable asset. They represent the bright future of our country and hold our hopes for a better Nation. Our children are also the most vulnerable members of society. Protecting our children against the fear of crime and from becoming victims of crime must be a national priority. Unfortunately the same advances in computer and telecommunication technology that allow our children to reach out to new sources of knowledge and cultural experiences are also leaving them vulnerable to exploitation and harm by computer-sex offenders. I hope that this pamphlet helps you to begin to understand the complexities of on-line child exploitation. For further information, please contact your local FBI office or the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-843-5678. Louis J. Freeh, Former Director
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Introduction There are other individuals, however, who immediately engage in sexually explicit conversation with children. Some offenders primarily collect and trade child-pornographic images, while others seek face-to-face meetings with children via on-line contacts. It is important for parents to understand that children can be indirectly victimized through conversation, i.e. "chat," as well as the transfer of sexually explicit information and material. Computer-sex offenders may also be evaluating children they come in contact with on-line for future face-to-face contact and direct victimization. Parents and children should remember that a computer-sex offender can be any age or sex the person does not have to fit the caricature of a dirty, unkempt, older man wearing a raincoat to be someone who could harm a child.

104. Mental Help Net
tips to help in raising streetwise kids (South Bend Tribune) Children can havea beautiful ability to trust people. Sometimes it s hard for parents to teach

105. Parenting Book Christian Scrapbook, Baby Shower Gift Ideas
The Parent Family Logbook makes the perfect gift idea for parents, baby shower gifts, school or church fundraisers, single parents, christian parenting scrapbooking. This parenting guide book

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