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#blog4cause { Teaching Kids Emapthy}

teaching kids empathy { Tips for how to get our kids to empathize with others}

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Forever fashionable: Princess Diana's style legacy lives on

Why kids lie, and 7 ways to get them to tell the truth. This article is fantastic!

14 tips for Helping Children Strengthen Emotional Intelligence. Easy stuff, but it can go a long way in terms of setting kids up to manage emotions as an adult.

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How to Teach Kids to Swim at Every Age

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How to teach manners to toddlers, kids, and tweens

Because i WILL have polite children....list of manners to teach kids by age group. these are really good esp. the table manners and patience.

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Nerves Are Overrated: Celebrities Refuse to Ditch Their Skinny Jeans

Great advice for dealing with kids who won't listen. Seriously, read this, these are awesome tips that make sense!

MUST PIN for both parents and/or teachers --- Life Skills - what kids should be able to do for themselves by age. Great list to reference. Lots of other great stuff on her site too!

New Research Shows that Kids With Patient Moms Have Larger Hippocampus (Area of the Brain). But What is a Mom to Do if the Kids Constantly Fight and Whine? Child expert gives ideas on keeping your cool

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100 Ways to be Kind to Your Child

so sweet....

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POYEL: Examining Our Daily Routines

parenting tips

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Nerves Are Overrated: Celebrities Refuse to Ditch Their Skinny Jeans

So many kids today have never been told any of this...

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25 Ways To Ask Your Kids How Was School Today

25 Ways to ask your kids “So how was school today?” without asking them “So how was school today?”