Category Archives: Pinulongan

talking back good thing

Kids Talking Balik mao ang pagkatinuod sa usa ka Maayong Butang!

Sa dili pa kamo moingon “Pahawa outta dinhi!” o Walay Dalan!” makabasa niini nga bug-os nga post nga unang, gikan sa sinugdan hangtud sa katapusan. sigurado, sa diha nga ang mga anak magtubagtubag kanimo, imong kasuko makakuha ug lisud kaayo nga magpabilin nga kalma. You can’t seem to fathom that this little being even has the nerve to challenge you.

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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 freakinHARD. 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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7 Ways to Teach Gratitude to our Children

If you have ever spent Christmas with a child or went tot heir birthday you may have heard the following… “Clothes again?” “But I don’t like clothes. I want toys! Why do they always give me clothes?” And maybe you think, how could XYZ (the parent) raise such an ungrateful child! Teaching gratitude Today’s parents

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electronic nga mga dulaan

Electronic Dulaan ba Basura Ug Karon Ako Pamatuod

Electronic dulaan alang sa mga bata nga og mga suga, mga pulong ug mga awit nalangkit sa mikunhod gidaghanon ug kalidad sa pinulongan kon itandi sa pagdula uban sa mga libro o sa tradisyonal nga mga dulaan sama sa usa ka kahoy nga puzzle, ang usa ka porma-sorter ug sa usa ka hugpong sa mga bloke sa rubber, according to JAMA Pediatrics. The reality for many families of young children is that opportunities

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How Many Books Should you Have in Your House For a Successful Reader?

Wanna know what makes kids excited about reading books? Yano! Look in their current books of choice. If they aren’t reading, just look at whatever book you are reading. Scholastic asked over 2,500 families with kids aged 6-17 detailed questions about their reading habits and according to a Scholastic’s survey, how much parents read is

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