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GLACXY FERRAO, TNN Jun 5, 2008, 12.00am IST
A major part of discipline is learning how to talk with children. The way you talk to your child teaches him how to talk to others. Here are some talking tips we have learned with our children:
A few months ago, when I was first introduced to Pinterest, I came across this idea from Real Simple.
This is a great project to get the kids involved as the dyes are non-toxic and the fun is super. 8 cups uncooked rice Food colors White vinegar Baggies Add 1 cup rice to a baggie. In a small bowl combine 1-2 T. vinegar along with one of the food colors.
If your child is to get enrolled in school in 2001, here are tips to prepare the little one for the first interview.
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You probably already know how important it is for kids to indulge their creative side, but even when they’re up for being imaginative, many projects are mostly a lesson in following instructions. That’s certainly valuable, but true creativity also involves figuring things out for themselves. Neal Bascomb learned this lesson while writing his book, The New Cool . The author followed a team of 31 high school seniors in Goleta, California who, in the span of just six weeks working alongside mentors, built a robot for an international competition. “This project-based, interactive experience inspires kids like nothing I've ever seen,” Bascomb says.
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Image: Family Fun We combed the web to find a rainbow of free travel activities for you and your kiddos -- because when you're strapped to a velour seat for an unnatural amount of time, entertainment for the little tykes is a gift to everyone within a 20-foot radius. So fire up that printer for these fun free travel games -- and hit the road without worrying about meltdowns, stocking DVDs, or hearing one more round of "Are We There Yet?" 1. Road Trip Maze from Family Fun . Pass by famous attractions as you navigate the red car from Chicago to the Santa Monica pier.
In this fun bug coloring game, use the ink dropper to color in bug pictures or choose a plain print-out and color them at home. Click on an ink jar to select a new color and then click the area on the image you wish to color. Print out your art by clicking on the printer icon!