Archive for December 2012

SimplySenia.com: 2012 in Review

Here’s an excerpt: 600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 9,300 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 16 years to get that many views. Click here to see the complete report.

Parents Beware! Rock Band for Wii is Not a Replacement for Formal Musical Training

“Mom! Dad! I want to learn to play the guitar!” Has your child ever stated this? Perhaps they wanted to learn to play the drums instead, or how to sing. Kids love music, and many enjoy playing instruments, especially when they begin learning at a young age. Another thing that kids love is playing video … Continue reading

Home Alone, The Right Way: Safety Tips For Leaving Your Children Home Alone

There comes a point in every child’s left when they’re left home alone for the first time. The experience can be a safe and carefully planned one, allowing your child to feel protected and even empowered with a sense of independence. As a parent, you can assist your home alone child even when you’re not … Continue reading

Teen Sexual Abuse: What Parents And Victims Can Do About It

Protecting teens from sexual abuse is very complicated. Most teens want to find relationships outside the family for friendship, companionship, security, and advice. In addition, teens are also still at the stage where they are easily confused and embarrassed about their own sexuality; thus, establishing better communication can be very challenging. It is sad that … Continue reading

How to Encourage Children to Participate More in the Classroom

If you really want to reach your students, it’s not enough to just teach well. You must also get your students interested in what you have to teach, and that may take a little more work. Need some guidance? Here are some tips for how to encourage children to participate more in the classroom: Share … Continue reading


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