Creative Outlets can Reduce Bullying, Boredom and Bad Moods

September 24, 2013 Bullying 0 Comments

Brain-light fun! When kids get to explore new things, be creative and have fun, one wonders how this impacts the persons they become in later life. My grandies love going to Kidtime where the imagination runs in all directions. Took them yesterday and so enjoy witnessing their adventures with building

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Prioritizing Children Empowers Them

September 20, 2013 Early Prevention 0 Comments

It would be fun to be a gazillionaire and fund a program like KIDTIME in every city for young children. From pretend play to a music lesson today to a science project that uses a vacuum like suction to send golf-size balls up a tube all around the ceiling and

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Anti-Bullying: Bullies Need to Learn Skilled Choices

September 14, 2013 Bullying 0 Comments

Simply put, when a bully projects ill upon someone he/she is targeting, it is the same as throwing knots of tension onto someone. The knots of tension are stored up in the bully until the bully cannot hold the tension and discomfort of what lives inside, so a temporary bandaid

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Prevent Child Stress with Anti-Bullying Education

September 12, 2013 Bullying 0 Comments

Anti-bullying begins with helping young children to know what bullying is, that it is not a good choice, that there are options to get something worked out by asking for help from an adult, earning communication skills AND by having empathy regarding the fact that anyone doing bullying does not

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Child Stress leaves Grandma Stress arrives

September 8, 2013 Children and Stress 0 Comments

I couldn’t watch the whole time because it was a bit nauseating to me. His legs were too short. So he asked me to do the foot pedals on the race car video game. Between my footwork and his steering there was a record number of crashes, I’m sure. It’s

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Empower Kids with Bubble Blowing

September 1, 2013 Children and Stress 0 Comments

In my program I teach/demonstrate that slow, deep breaths make big bubbles and small, irregular breaths make small ones. Great way to teach children the FEELING of having calm self-control with fun bubbles because they can also SEE direct results. Grayson was very happy with his slow deep breath big

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