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Monthly Archive: February, 2013

Cool Kid Spotlight: Nia Bakari

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At 9 years old, Nia Bakari is one of  the youngest hosts on BlogTalkRadio.  She is quite an inspiring young lady and is off to a running start with her show, which launched… Continue reading

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Prom Shoes For A Spring Colored Dress

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Nobody wants to look tacky at prom, which means nobody should be overdone either. At the other end of the spectrum, on the other hand, is the risk of looking drab. A formal… Continue reading

Why It’s Important To Know Who Your Kids’ Friends Are

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Some parents are so disconnected with their children that they don’t even know who their friends are. Knowing whom your child is friends with is smart parenting, and it can provide you with… Continue reading

Skipping School To Take A Family Holiday

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Saving Money While Holidaying During School Term Everyone needs a holiday, and a break from the stresses and strains of daily life. The traditional family holiday in the summer term break is slowly… Continue reading

Senia Aces Test On Civil Rights

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10 Signs You Should Be Worried About Your Teen

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Every parent of a newborn can bask in the familial love an infant brings. Enjoy it. It only lasts a day or two; then that cute little bundle of joy turns into a… Continue reading

Top Young Adults And Teens of 2013

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Fame should come with age—but it seems that the youth are ruling the world. Fame can overwhelm anyone, but it seems that these teenagers—at least most of them—have not shied from the spotlight.… Continue reading

Is Rap Music Too Explicit For High School Dances?

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Teenagers of latest generations are seeming to grow up faster and faster. Relationships, pregnancies, and maturity levels. Keeping kids young and out of trouble is a very vital key to having successful adults… Continue reading

Talking To Your Kids About Debt

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In the past most parents did not talk to their children about money matters. Parents might have been afraid to talk to their kids about their financial situation because they didn’t feel confident… Continue reading

5 Common Problems That High School Students Face

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Many adults look back on high school as the best time of their life. However, when you’re in the middle of it, you often don’t realize how good you have it. In reality,… Continue reading

Benefits of Drama Class For Kids

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When some people think of drama classes, or acting lessons, they tend to think of them for use by those who want to pursue a career in acting. However, drama lessons aren’t just… Continue reading

What Age Should Children Start To Wear Makeup?

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Almost all girls love to play around in their mother or sister’s cosmetic case. While some of the older women see this as harmless fun, other can be rather rigid about it. Though… Continue reading

How To Help Your Kids Not Be Scared of The Dentist

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Many people seem to have an irrational fear of the dentist. Drilling for cavities can cause some pain but nowadays most other procedures that would cause pain can be numbed beforehand. So, cavities… Continue reading

How To Protect Your Home From The Flu

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It’s that dreaded time of year: flu season. It seems to get worse and worse each year! Thankfully, there are some things you can do to prevent the flu from attacking your home.… Continue reading

Cool Kid Spotlight: Kameron Badgers

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How To Get Your Kids To Obey You Without Having To Count To 3

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Getting kids to obey is a very difficult task, especially if you have made some discipline mistakes in the past. Many parents use the counting to three method, in which the child has… Continue reading

New Research Project Aims To Help Autistic Children Develop Communication Skills

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Autism may present a broad spectrum of characteristics, ranging in severity, and therefore, different autistic children may represent the condition in entirely different ways. However, underdeveloped communication skills seems to be the common… Continue reading

Senia’s Art: Simply Spring!

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Culture For Kids

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When it comes to history and culture, children, much like the proverbial horse, can be lead to water but they cannot be forced to drink. Or in this instance, they can be led… Continue reading

Cool Kid Spotlight: Madison Lewandowski

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