Teaching My Kids More

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Teaching My Kids More

After my kids started going to an academic school, I realized that it might be important to pay a little closer attention to their education. My wife and I started going over their homework with them after it was done and carefully helping them to correct any errors. We also had family study sessions when it was time to study for an exam or quiz. The difference was amazing. Within a few months, our kids were truly excelling at school. My blog is all about childhood education and how to find the books and supplies that you need to help your child along the way.

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Using The Post 9/11 GI Bill To Pay For Your College Education
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Using The Post 911 GI Bill To Pay For Your College Education

Having a degree can be beneficial when it comes to seeking employment. Individuals who opt to complete military service prior to attending a college or university may be eligible to receive financial assistance when it comes to paying for a degree. The post 9/11 GI Bill is designed to offer a financial incentive to soldiers who want to serve their country and still obtain a college education. Get the most out of your post 9/11 GI Bill benefits by keeping the following tips in mind. Read More 

5 Healthcare Careers That Don’t Require Medical School

Perhaps you have an affinity for healthcare and medicine and you love to help people, but the expense and number of years required for medical school have caused you to rule out becoming a doctor. With medical school costs averaging around a quarter million dollars, this is a very understandable dilemma. Luckily, there are some great healthcare career paths that pay well, are rewarding, and don't require medical school. Here are five ideas to consider when looking for a career in healthcare: Read More 

What You Can Do To Stop Violent Behavior At Preschool

When you put a group of toddlers together, things won't always go smoothly. Responding to violent behaviors well and teaching alternative solutions is the key to helping young children gain the social skills needed to thrive in a preschool setting. Here are some things you can do as a parent to help your child redirect poor behavior that is harmful to peers in preschool.  Responding  Violent behaviors are common in very young toddlers. Read More 

Four Transitional Objects You And Your Child Can Make Together To Help With Preschool Separation Anxiety

If your child is suffering from separation anxiety at preschool, a transitional object may help. A transitional object is something that helps your child transition from home to preschool and back again. Traditionally, transitional objects are teddy bears or blankets, but those items can be easily lost at preschool. Instead, consider working with your child to make a transitional object together. Take a look at these ideas: 1. A Memento of You Read More