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  1. The Examined Life: Advanced Philosophy for Kids by David A. White, 2005-10-15
  2. Philosophy for Kids : 40 Fun Questions That Help You Wonder About Everything! by David A. White, 2000-08-01
  3. Knowing And Doing What's Right: The Positive Values Assets (The Free Spirit Adding Assets Series for Kids) by Pamela Espeland, Elizabeth Verdick, 2006-01-30
  4. What Do You Stand For? For Kids: A Guide To Building Character by Barbara A. Lewis, Marjorie Lisovskis, 2005-06-30
  5. Character Building Activities for Kids: Ready-to-Use Character Educational Lessons & Activities for the Elementary Grades by Darlene Mannix, 2001-12-15
  6. Hope for Underachieving Kids by Jim Fay, Charles Fay, 2002-04
  7. Socrates for Kids by S. Sage Essman, 2000-12-01
  8. Quotes for Kids: Today's Interpretations of Timeless Quotes Designed to Nurture the Young Spirit by Lisa Meyer, 1997-10
  9. First Place Science Fair Projects for Inquisitive Kids by Elizabeth Snoke Harris, 2005-10-28
  10. Little idea that grew: how a congregation's day camp for kids became an outreach to the community.: An article from: Presbyterian Record by Shirley Charleson, 1999-03-01
  11. Modern classics for modern times: Klezmer for kids, Catholic hymns and poignant pop.(Pincus and the Pig)(City of God)(End of Love)(Children's Review)(Sound ... An article from: National Catholic Reporter by Matt Stoulil, 2005-04-08
  12. What to Do When Your Mom or Dad Says "Be Good!" (Survival Series for Kids) by Joy Wilt Berry, 1983-09
  13. Haste, haste to bring him lard: the words might not make sense, but carols bring Advent closer to home for kids.(at home with our faith: Family spirituality): An article from: U.S. Catholic by Catherine O'Connell-Cahill, 2007-12-01
  14. Life Isn't Fair!:Murphy's Laws for Kids by Carole Marsh, 1992-06

81. Philosophy Of Civil Disobedience & NonViolent Action
Civil Disobedience NonViolent Action. For our approach, we will examine how the leaders we will discuss formed their views on the topic.
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F or our approach, we will examine how the leaders we will discuss formed their views on the topic. We have quoted liberally from the books in the following bibliography In the following excerpts we think you will be struck by the problems all these people had in getting their message understood and how applicable their message and approach still is for our time! "The nonviolent approach does not immediately change the heart of the oppressor. It first does something to the hearts and souls of those committed to it. It gives them self respect; it calls up resources of strength and courage that they did not think they had. Finally, it reaches the opponent and so stirs his conscience that reconciliation becomes a reality." (Martin Luther King) NonViolent Action in history

82. Hands On Crafts For Kids - Philosophy
Home Television Projects Book Order Helping kids Message Board Teachers philosophy Email questions about Hands On Crafts for kids to info
"Hands On: Crafts for Kids" is all about celebrating the creativity of our children through three important elements . . Creativity through crafts is a wonderful way to express yourself and build self-esteem. Children can be successful through craft projects designed just for them and learn that there is no right or wrong way to be creative. Learning can take place through well-designed, curriculum-based creative projects like those presented in Hands On: Crafts for Kids. Our educational review board has established a theme for each television program, themes which are supported throughout our materials. While exploring their creativity, kids also explore recycling, weather, folklore and many other topics. All kids are creative. The Hands On: Crafts for Kids Project recognizes and celebrates the creativity of kids in all aspects of life. A portion of Hands On profits have been used to establish this Project which seeks ways to provide the opportunity for all kids to be exposed to creativity. One of the foundation's initial projects was to donate craft supplies to children at homeless shelters. Home Television Projects Book Order ... Philosophy
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83. Greeting Card Philosophy...something About Kids And Mudpuddles...there Are Some
Greeting Card philosophy something about kids and mudpuddles there are some dandelions too When I look at a patch of dandelions I see a bunch of weeds that are
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When I look at a patch of dandelions, I see a bunch of weeds that are going to take over my yard. My kids see flowers for Mom and blowing white fluff you can wish on.
When I look at an old drunk and he smiles at me, I see a smelly, dirty person who probably wants money and I look away. My kids see someone smiling at them and they smile back.
When I hear music I love, I know I can't carry a tune and don't have much rhythm so I sit self-consciously and listen. My kids feel the beat and move to it. They sing out the words. If they don't know them, they make up their own. When I feel wind on my face, I brace myself against it. I feel it messing up my hair and pulling me back when I walk. My kids close their eyes, spread their arms and fly with it, until they fall to the ground laughing. When I pray, I say thee and thou and grant me this, give me that. My kids say, "Hi God! Thanks for my toys and my friends. Please keep the bad dreams away tonight. Sorry, I don't want to go to Heaven yet. I would miss my Mommy and Daddy."

84. Children's Ministry - K I D S   C O U N T
New Life Children s Ministry. kids COUNT. Our philosophy. Our philosophy. kids face tough pressures today divorce, drugs, violence.

85. ! A Coaching / Teaching Philosophy
an alternative coaching philosophy For Coaches Become a communicator (a listener and a giver of feedback). Recognize the needs of your kids and balance your
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by Daniel Frankl, Ph.D. Legendary UCLA Basketball coach, Dr. John Robert Wooden, winner of an unprecedented and unmatched ten (including seven consecutive1966-73) NCAA Men's Basketball championships during a 40 year career 885-203 win-loss record, simply describes himself as "teacher." When the game is over, I want your head upand I know that you did your best...This means to do the best you can do. That's the best; no one can do more...You made that effort "Be more concerned with your character than your reputation, because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merly what others think you are." John Wooden When "excellence" is the goal, everyone is a winner! Some of the most common forms of child abuse take place on athletic fields. The Coach As a group coaches are often criticized for their overemphasis on winning and their overly serious attitude toward the league experience. Most studies, however, point out that in general Little League coaches get involved for the love of the game and for the love of their participating child. Coaches that angrily shout criticism from the sidelines are not appreciated or liked as are relaxed, supportive, and knowledgeable coaches who emphasize the improvement and learning of new skills. Coaches that develop close and personal relationships with the child and her/his parents are the most likely to contribute to a positive learning experience.

86. Bedford Recreation Kids' Club History & Philosophy
National School Age Care Alliance. Mission/philosophy of Bedford Recreation kids Club. The Recreation Department employs qualified
Calendar Director's News Staff ... Links History of Bedford Recreation Kids' Club In June 1993, parents approached the Selectman and requested that the Town of Bedford administer the after school program. The Bedford Recreation Department School Age Child Care Program opened in September 1993, with the understanding that it be self-supporting through tuition fees. The Program was housed in two rooms located in the Town Center building and licensed through the Office for Children to accommodate up to fifty-two children in Kindergarten through Grade five. The licensed capacity has increased over the years. In addition, enrollment has opened to non-residents for school vacations and “Summer Fun” on a space available basis.
In 2002, KIDS' Club became one of the first programs in the nation to be recognized for providing quality programs by the National School Age Care Alliance. Mission/Philosophy of Bedford Recreation Kids' Club The Recreation Department employs qualified staff members who provide quality care in a safe, warm, supportive environment. Daily activities provide enrichment and recreational opportunities.

87. G-File On NRO
interns from Cato, fresh Borg drones from the Libertarian party, and kids who as A philosophy for Teenagers A young lady at the AFF event brimmed with the type


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Libertarianism tells kids everything they want to be told.

June 22, 2001 4:55 p.m. E-mail Jonah Printer-Friendly E-mail a Friend G-File Archive t may be a cliché to point this out (in fact I think it's a cliché to point out it's a cliché), but the great thing about being young is that you can do all sorts of things for the first time: Plant your first kiss, hit your first homerun, read your first novel, discover your first love, drink your first beer, realize for the first time what Pink Floyd's "The Wall" is really about, etc. Alas, the thrill that comes with the novelty of youth tends to delude a lot of young people. Often, they convince themselves that just because they've thought of something for their first time they believe they've thought of it for the first time, period. This translates into a kind of arrogance where some kids think no one else can really understand something as well as they can. You know the kind of kids I'm talking about; in high school they claimed to have cracked "the real meaning of Bruce Springsteen," or that no one else but them really "got"

88. Street Kids International | Our Philosophy
Street kids International builds its programs and public education efforts around a philosophy of empowering and supporting street youth.
our philosophy Street Kids International builds its programs and public education efforts around a philosophy of empowering and supporting street youth. We continue to be recognized by international bodies, such as the United Nations, for being thought leaders that have positively influenced perceptions, policies and programs around the world. We believe:
  • Street youth are individuals with the same inherent dignity and right to self-determination as others, and need to be engaged not as victims but as resilient survivors. The best way to help street youth is to approach them as independent actors with their own needs and aspirations, and enable them to plan and frame the solution to how they might best address their own challenges. Street youth face economic as well as personal challenges and can successfully address them through their own initiative - including entrepreneurship - and should be deliberately and systematically supported in doing so.
  • 89. Campus Kids Philosophy
    Our philosophy. Campus kids is a community of people who are diverse in our backgrounds, interests and abilities, but who share a common set of values about
    Our Philosophy Campus Kids is a community of people who are diverse in our backgrounds, interests and abilities, but who share a common set of values about children and how we should live together in this camp community. We believe that every person is unique and should be loved and affirmed as she/he is. We believe that a basic community structure is important and gives children a feeling of security, but that each child must be given the freedom to make choices and must be nurtured in her/his individual path of growth. We believe that people should be treated with kindness and respect. We believe that competition is valuable when everyone can achieve success, but that it can be harmful when it is too intense and emphasizes "winners" over "losers". We believe that camp should be fun and that "playing" is the "work" of kids as they learn about the world and their place in it. We believe that everything we do in camp makes a difference in the lives of our campers. We believe in camp and we feel lucky to be a part of this remarkable experience.

    90. City Kids Daycare: Downtown & Hilliard:Philosophy
    City kids Daycare Downtown City kids in the Village. Our philosophy. To promote intellectual curiosity, sound social values, and emotional wellbeing.
    City Kids Daycare Downtown
    City Kids in the Village
    Our Philosophy
    To promote intellectual curiosity, sound social values, and emotional well-being. To model sound personal development and to teach respect for others who are different To develop critical thinking, problem solving, and communication skills To teach students how to work independently and cooperatively To foster pride in work To develop economic and international understanding To promote awareness of cultural diversity To foster appreciation for the arts To help students realize the relationship of good health to success and happiness To develop in each student the ability to understand and to accept herself/himself To help each student accept responsibility Please call (614)464-1411, (614)777-4320 or e-mail us at with any questions.

    91. Program Philosophy Of Way To Go Kids
    kids come in all shapes and sizes as do adults. Growing kids should not diet, but often consume more calories than the body needs.
    Kids come in all shapes and sizes as do adults. A child's shape is determined by his parents but size is determined by the amount and kinds of food the child consumes each day. The emphasis in this program is to stop the weight gain while maintaining normal growth and development. Growing kids should not diet, but often consume more calories than the body needs. When indicated, weight loss in children should occur slowly. This program takes a balanced approach to eating. The focus is balancing calories for growth while reducing fat and sugar and increasing physical activity each day. Way To Go Kids can be used in Wellness or Fitness Centers, Health Education Programs, Hospital Programs, Recreation Programs, Schools and other facilities that are interested in the health of kids. The program is written to be taught by a Registered Dietitian (RD). It can also be used by the RD to implement private nutrition counseling with kids and their families. home philosophy authors classes ... contact
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    92. Ideas For Great Kids' Rooms (Nijhoff International Philosophy Studies Series) Su
    Ideas for Great kids Rooms (Nijhoff International philosophy Studies Series) Susan Lang Lynne Gilberg. Ideas for Great kids Rooms
    Ideas for Great Kids' Rooms (Nijhoff International Philosophy Studies Series) Susan Lang Lynne Gilberg
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    Title: Ideas for Great Kids' Rooms (Nijhoff International Philosophy Studies Series)
    Lang Susan Gilberg Lynne
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    Subject: Children's rooms
    Category: Home Garden Interior Design Decoration General
    Format: Paperback
    Jorge Amado-Gabriela, Clove and Cinnamon...

    Richard Bach-Jonathan Livingston Seagull...

    Anton S. Lavey-The Satanic Rituals...

    Anton S. Lavey-The Satanic Bible...
    ... Stephen Law-The Xmas Files: The Philosophy of Christmas...

    93. Parents - Kids Summer Camp Program Information And Philosophy At Adirondack Camp
    HOME PARENTS. parents information philosophy. Adirondack living. Our philosophy is based on the 10 plaques that hang in our dining hall.
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    Adirondack provides young people with a sense of purpose, freedom of selection, simple pleasure, and the ability to respect one's beliefs and all things living.
    Our philosophy is based on the 10 plaques that hang in our dining hall. Each plaque represents a certain value that we believe Adirondack teaches through experience.
    Creativity Spirit Growing ... Cooperation
    For registration info, schedule, news, and events go to
    Welcome Letter
    full parent's handbook with all forms camper equipment checklist medical forms ... preliminary schedule signup form
    latest camp news Memorial Day Work Weekend A Success! We had a fantastic time this past weekend prepping camp for the final stretch before opening day. We could not have done it without the immense help and wonderful effort of everyone who pitched in. We are ever so grateful to all for all their hard
    Only days until camp!

    94. Gifted Child Today Magazine: Kids Philosophy Slam - Contests
    Print friendly Tell a friend Find subscription deals kids philosophy Slam Contests Gifted Child Today Magazine, Fall, 2003. The
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    The Kids Philosophy Slam is a contest that is designed to make philosophy fun and accessible for kids of all ages, to promote philosophical dialog between kids and adults, and to promote the awareness of philosophy and education in everyday life. More than $5,000 in prizes are available to both students and schools. Interested students can enter by writing or creating poetry, artwork, or music regarding a different philosophical question posed each year. The contest is open to students from kindergarten through 12th grade. There is no entry fee or form. For more information on the contest, including the 2004 contest deadline and questions to be answered, please visit the Web site at
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    95. Kids Company | Philosophy: Introduction
    New. kids Company history, philosophy, and information about our founder. Info about our projects, team, and documents and reports.

    96. Discover Key Facts About Socrates For Kids Philosophy From MSN Shopping.
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    97. RCS Kids : Wraparound Philosophy
    Wraparound philosophy. RCS embraces Wraparound care as the philosophical basis for all its services. Wraparound is a dramatic change

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      RCS embraces Wraparound care as the philosophical basis for all its services. Wraparound is a dramatic change from the way behavioral healthcare has been provided to children and families in the past. Traditional mental health services often fail to meet the needs of children and families because they are inflexible and focus on pathology. The child and family have to fit into the formula or pattern set up by the provider agency. Wraparound care is individualized to "wrap" services around the unique needs, values, strengths, and social and racial makeup of children and families in RCS care. The involvement of parents or guardians in the behavioral healthcare of their child is a high priority for RCS. In Wraparound care, active participation of parents in every level of the process helps build family cooperation and encourages the family to trust the professionals who are involved. Listening to families about the needs of their children enables RCS to provide care that will prevent more serious and more expensive problems later. The Wraparound care offered by RCS is designed to empower families and partner with them in the individualized, strength-based care of their children, thereby transferring skills and knowledge to those families so that they can carry out their responsibilities for the health and development of their children. return to top Zebrus Studio in cooperation with Life Designs for Peace and Health

    98. Kids Learn To Sew Knit Short And Tank Top
    an error occurred while processing this directive an error occurred while processing this directive. The best way for kids to learn sewing.
    The first DIRECTIONS lesson in the KNITS series. Very simple, familiar shapes are important for easy of learning how to work with knit fabric. Many skills are repeated from earlier lessons, so it's easy to focus on the new skills. The Tank and Shorts each take about 4 hours to complete for students advancing from Level 2, Lesson 3. Allow about 15 hours for each project for students with no prior experience, or plan on doing most of the sewing and/or cutting for them.
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    Begin your adventures into learning knit skills with this simple shorts and tank set. The project is purposefully very similar in construction to earlier lessons to allow the student to focus on the skill of learning to sew knit seams with a serger or regular sewing machine while repeating the standard sewing skills learned in Orange Group Level 2. Qty: Shorts and Tank
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    99. SIDS And Kids Online - SIDS Hunter Region, Newcastle - Philosophy, Services, Sup
    providing. Support Education Research. Hope for the Future for Hunter Families. philosophy. SUPPORT. The death of a child is a tragic and devastating event.
    providing Support Education Research "Hope for the Future" for Hunter Families PHILOSOPHY S UPPORT The death of a child is a tragic and devastating event. The journey through the grief process takes time, empathy, understanding and support. A support structure is an essential component to allow families to "own" and normalise their grief - understanding that they are experiencing a "normal" reaction to an abnormal event in their lives.
    E DUCATE AND R ESEARCH "Our children are our future"
    In order to reduce the number of families who will experience the tragedy of the death of a baby, there is a need to educate the community on the risk factors of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and to keep them informed of accurate new research developments. Funding is required to facilitate research projects to continue to find the missing piece in the SIDS puzzle.
    Objectives The support and comfort of families in all stages of grief.

    100. YouthNOISE - WGO: Kids Philosophy Slam, November 21, 2001
    Home WGO kids philosophy Slam, November 21, 2001. At least that’s what the guy behind the kids philosophy Slam wants you to think.

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