Archives for November 2011

Teaching Kids To Respect & Appreciate The Older Generation

The number of Americans over 65 years of age has tripled since the beginning of the 20th century and is expected to double yet again by 2020.  Numbers alone demonstrate the opportunity available to encourage children to have positive, reciprocal relationships with people of an older generation. Although developing a relationship between the two groups […]

Conflict Resolution and Sharing Toys

The rain has finally stopped here in  Cleveland and  we have had a few of days of sunshine. The sandbox in the park had a couple of days to dry up. My two younger children were itching to get themselves dirty. My son took out the sand toys. There is one toy in particular that […]

Monitoring Early Childhood Development

The growth of a child is incredibly important. Parents invest time, money and energy in making sure that their children are growing mentally, emotionally and physically in the proper manner. There are a number of resources that are available to help parents track and monitor the development of their children. Early childhood development is extremely […]