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Monthly Archive: January, 2013

Essay Writing Tips For Kids

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If essay writing is difficult for adults then it must be a serious headache for kids. Helping your kids do with their writing at a young age will set them up well in… Continue reading

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Kids and The Internet: Young Stars of the Web

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  YouTube Stars. Now there’s a title that definitely didn’t exist when I was a teen. For the incredibly short amount of time it’s been around, the internet has launched scores of careers. … Continue reading

A Pep Talk From Kid President

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Simple Crafts That You Can Do With Your Teens

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Finding simple crafts to do with your teens is not always easy. Teenagers are picky and highly value their time. However, with some creativity and an open mind you can find crafts they… Continue reading

The Harsh Reality of Being Caught With a Fake ID

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Jane and Joe get invited to a lot of parties. Everyone wants to be their friend; they are the most popular kids in school because they make get-togethers lots of fun. No, they’re… Continue reading

The Little Girl That Should Be Justin Bieber’s Bodyguard!

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Girl Comes Out To Parents With A Cake

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Coming out to your parents isn’t usually easy, but Tumblr user ellende-generes (real name: Laurel) did her best to make the conversation a piece of cake. Actually, make that a whole cake. Read… Continue reading

Why Keeping Your Children Fit Is Child’s Play

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As a new mom, the world of parenthood is a new and pretty daunting one, and I know that motherhood will throw its fair share of challenges and worries. Of course, we all… Continue reading

Why Does America’s Youth Vote Democrat?

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In several polls it’s been found that voters under 30 are more likely to vote Democrat than Republican. In fact, 43% of Generation Y voters who say they are registered to vote self-identify… Continue reading

Having ‘The Talk’ and Other Issues That Parents Dread

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In simplistic terms, “The Talk” you have with your children is nothing more than a harsh moment when you scrape the frosting off the cake to reveal a loaf of high-fiber, 7-grain bread… Continue reading

Teen Pregnancy – Quick Guide For Parents

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Your daughter asked if she can talk to you. You have been noticing that she was quite uneasy lately. She’s gaining weight and you think that she is pregnant. She said yes. What… Continue reading

Teen’s Murder Confession: Horror Film Inspired Killing of Mom and Sister

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A 17-year-old wrote in a confession released Thursday that the horror movie remake of “Halloween” gave him the idea to kill his mother and sister. Jake Evans is on trial for the Oct.… Continue reading

What to Teach Your Kids to Do If They Get Separated From You

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As parents, it’s our job to prepare our kids for the dangers in life. We don’t want to scare them, but we also want them to have the tools that could save their… Continue reading

5 Things Only Kids Can Get Away With

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Being a kid is great! You can say and do whatever you want, and nobody will even bat an eyelid. Here are five things that would land us adults in hot water, but… Continue reading

Kid-Friendly Baked Salmon Recipes

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Salmon is a tasty common fish that you can experiment with in the kitchen. However, your kids may not be readily enjoy eating fish, and you may have to find out ways to… Continue reading

Helping Your Children Do Well On Their Exams

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As summer rolls around so will the exam season. If you have teenagers then exams are a stressful time for the whole family, but there are a few things you can do to… Continue reading

5 Reasons Why Children Are Growing Up Too Quickly

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‘They grow up so quickly these days, don’t they?’ is a common refrain heard around the world coming from the mouths of adults. Children growing up quickly are a bit of a funny… Continue reading

5 Chores That Every Child Needs To Do

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Having your child do chores is a great way to teach them some responsibility and get them to help out around the house. Plus, by giving them chores, you’re also teaching them how… Continue reading

Train Your Kids to Prevent Colds and Flu

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You can’t be with your kids all the time. As much as you wanted to check their everyday routines, you still have to do other things. The best thing you can do is… Continue reading

The Rise of the Tweenager

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It’s often said that before the 1950s, the concept of the teenager didn’t exist. People were neatly divided into kids or adults, and when the typical 14 year old left school, they went… Continue reading