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bilingual myths

8 Bilingual Myths That Are Limiting You and Your Kids

We are raising our kids in German, French, and English, and it is not always roses. I’m not going to lie. Raising a multilingual/bilingual child is freakin’ HARD. But don’t let that scare you – the best things in life, the things we most appreciate, rarely come easy. And Bilingualism is something that will give…

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EQ or IQ: Which Is More Important in Raising Successful Individuals?

Most of us believe that Intelligence Quotient (IQ) levels and academic achievement are the indicators of individual success. The better kids do in school, the better off they will be in life, we say. In recent years, however, countless studies in the field of psychology say: Not necessarily so! It is all about the Emotional…

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teach to child's learning style

Teach to Your Child’s Learning Style

The best way to determine and teach your child’s learning style is to: Study your child Consider the following questions about Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic child learners: Does your child express emotion through facial expression, tone of voice, or body language? Do your child’s primary interests involve pictures, sounds, or movement? When encountering something new, does…

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learning styles

Your Child’s Learning Styles

Few things frustrate parents more than trying to teach a child who won’t sit still, won’t stop talking, or won’t listen until the directions have been repeated twenty times. However, our frustration could often be relieved if we simply understood differences in learning styles. Learning Styles A child’s dominate learning style, or learning modality, describes…

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successful kids

7 Top Traits of Parents who Have Successful Kids, Based on Science

Want to raise successful kids? Below you will find the top 7 traits parents of successful children have, according to science. How many of them do you have? 1. They have high expectations (Good is not good enough) When parents set high expectations of their children, the children follow suit. This is according to data…

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