Bully Busting 101 Part 3: Strength Training

Bullies prey on the weak. With scientific strength training, you can be less of a target and turn the tables on bullies. Learn how to get stronger quickly.

Bully Busting 101 Part 2

While policy makers experiment with ending school bullying, you can start your own anti-bullying program. By taking a few proven steps at a time, you will become less of a target and more free from fear.

Kids and Hot Cars: A Dangerous Mixture

As we enter the hottest months of the year, we are reminded of how hot the interior of our cars can really get. We burn our hands on our steering wheels, seat belts, and seats. Imagine being trapped inside your car without the comfort and satisfaction of the blasting air condition.

Children’s Book Helps Overcome 1st Day School Jitters

Minimizing your child’s fears while transitioning from the home to school can have lifelong benefits. The transition from home to school can create scars that last into adulthood. The trauma created on the first day of school, first time alone without parents, 1 st day of preschool, 1st time with the sitter are all fearful times for a child. So severe is the trauma that the child carries the scars clear into adulthood. This picture book, “Who Are You”, prepares children the night before the first day of school for this traumatic event.

The End of Her Patience

When you feel as if you’re carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders, always remember that somewhere out there is a girl just like you who can only wish for a life like yours. There’s always someone with more hardships and the moment you realize that is when your while perspective on life is changed for the better.

How to Set Up Leadership Role Playing Games for Kids

Role playing games provide an excellent strategy for teaching kids leadership skills. However, they must be set up to achieve your objectives. This article offers tips to maximize the design and implementation process.

Fun Types of RC Toys For 2018

There are many types of RC toys available today but you might not know about some of them. These toys include airplanes, boats, cars, helicopters, quadcopters and more.

Simple Ways to Teach Children to Be Grateful

Life is not fair, and sometimes it’s up to us parents to bring up a child who will be able to appreciate the little, and big things, that life has to offer. Most parents strive to teach their children to be grateful for the small and big things in their lives. True gratitude can be instilled through small principals.

Interpreting Our World

The first day I was insulted and abused, I wasn’t yet 4 years old. My bully was an adult, my school teacher. In my world then, adults were supposed to always be right. How could I doubt? Everything that person did to me showed me how worthless I was. I had no power to question the adult world. I was only a small child.

7 Ways to Get More Respect From Your Students

How can you get more respect from the kids and teens that you teach? Sometimes students treat teachers like they are invisible. Kids and teens may have blinders on that allow only them to see friends and certain aspects of social media in their lives. Can a teacher who has been there, and done it help? Please read on.