kids. Monday , September 25th , 2017 - 09:37:59 AM
2. Make some limitations on their cyber activity, amount of time spending on the Internet. And tell them not to use real information such as photo, name and address in private profile.
Another thing that shouldn't be said to a child is "You should act more like your sibling". This suggests to the child that they are not acceptable the way they are. Whenever you compare brothers and sisters, it can hurt the relationship between them. If brothers and sisters are not already getting along doing, this will not help any. When you compare one child against another, you're pointing out their flaws and faults. It's better to focus on the individual child and their possibility for improvement without bringing in their sibling. The parent should ask that specific child how they can help that child improve their grades for example one on one.
A table, a pencil, a calculator and an exercise book - not very appealing right? By letting a child see this in a room in your house is not going to fill them with much excitement ( much the opposite really! ). The home is your weapon so why not try to use one of his/her board games as a teaching tools - dice are a numerical tool after all. What about a deck of cards? Even games like 'snap' have an added mathematical element to them.
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