Parenting


Hygiene: Fun Activities to Teach Kids Personal Hygiene Parenting

Hygiene: Fun Activities to Teach Kids Personal Hygiene Guest Post Christine Hill Integrated Learning Strategies is excited to feature kids hygiene with guest blogger Christine Hill While many of the recommendations below are great for children and parents, some accommodations or exceptions may be made for children with learning challenges and learning disabilities. As your child moves from infancy into toddlerhood (and beyond), there are some things...

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Making Sure Your Kids Are Cared For Should the Worst Happen Parenting

Making Sure Your Kids Are Cared For Should the Worst Happen Guest Post Maurine Dashney Integrated Learning Strategies is excited to feature care for kids when emergencies happen with guest blogger Maurine Dashney. While many of the recommendations below are great for children and parents, some accommodations or exceptions may be made for children with learning challenges and learning disabilities. There is something about having a...

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Sleep Tips: How to (Actually) Get Your Child to Sleep Parenting

Sleep Tips: How to (Actually) Get Your Child to Sleep Guest Post Kyle Anderson Integrated Learning Strategies is excited to feature sleep tips with guest blogger Kyle Anderson. While many of the recommendations below are great for children and parents, some accommodations or exceptions may be made for children with learning challenges and learning disabilities. Once you have children of your own, the phrase “sleeping like...

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Gender Equality: How to Foster Gender Equality with Your Child at Home Parenting

Gender Equality: How to Foster Gender Equality with Your Child at Home Guest Post Aimee King Integrated Learning Strategies is excited to feature gender equality with guest blogger Aimee King. While many of the recommendations below are great for children and parents, some accommodations or exceptions may be made for children with learning challenges and learning disabilities. A subject as serious as gender equality may not always...

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9 Essential Life Skills to Teach Your Kids Parenting

9 Essential Life Skills to Teach Your Kids Guest Post: Andy Andersen Integrated Learning Strategies is excited to feature life skills with guest blogger Andy Andersen. While many of the recommendations below are great for children and parents, some accommodations or exceptions may be made for children with learning challenges and learning disabilities. Every loving parent wants their children to enter adulthood with the skills...

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Why New Year’s Increases Child Anxiety in Anxious Kids Parenting

Why New Year’s Increases Child Anxiety in Anxious Kids Holidays are generally difficult for adults and children that have any type of anxiety disorder. New Year’s is no exception. Depending on the type of anxiety that a child suffers from, anything from social parties, to food, to going back to school can trigger serious anxiety. This can include meltdowns, physical symptoms and panic attacks. Sometimes,...

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6 At-Home Remedies for Kids During Winter Parenting

6 At-Home Remedies for Kids During Winter Guest Post By Darci Maxwell The flu likes the winter – and studies prove it.  The name “influenza” is an Italian word that originated in the 18th century as part of the phrase “influenza di freddo,” meaning “influence of the cold.”  The cold, dry winter air helps winter viruses survive longer, and therefore spread to more people.  However, it...

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Clever Tips to Childproof Your Home Parenting

Clever Tips to Childproof Your Home Who knew that having a two year old was more like having a three-foot tall tornado spinning around your home leaving creative chaos in its wake?  The mess is not the only problem, as for some reason, children love to play with things that offer life-threatening danger: stoves, knives, plugs, medicines, etc.  It is crucial to childproof your home,...

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ANGER & BEHAVIOR: How to Recognize if My Child’s Anger Issues are Normal or if it’s Something More Parenting

How to Recognize if My Child’s Anger Issues are Normal or if it’s Something More Anger is not unusual or unfamiliar for most parents. As children grow older, they explore their emotions and develop a sense of emotional intelligence as they cope with tough issues at school, at home and with friends. However, when anger issues become a reoccurring problem that lead to bad behavior,...

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Here’s the parenting miracle that everyone’s been looking for Parenting

Guest Blog Post Lori Fireman Here’s the parenting miracle that everyone’s been looking for Most of us parents are familiar with the old “This is Your Brain, This is Your Brain on Drugs” campaign, but if you think that was scary, you should see what your brain looks like when you don’t do enough physical activity. Talk about frying your mind! An article in The...

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