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Volume #7 Issue #11
ISSN: 0219-7642 Jan 11, 2009
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I hope and believe that you have had a wonderful and happy New Year
celebration. This is the first BrainyZine issue in 2009. Wow,
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I believe most of us set our goals year after year only to see them
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The Power of Praising and Encouragement
The power of praising and encouragement are two of the strongest pillars of child development. Parents who are well
trained in the techniques of praising their children tend to create better and
successful children. Here are some useful suggestions on how you can praise your children in everyday life.
The Power of Praising and Encouragement - Tips for Parents
Though parents praise and encourage their children on a regular basis, they tend to do it only when children show good
results or after achieving better output, especially in their classroom. However, this could be a wrong method of praising
as praising only for good results may be extremely counter-productive in the long run. Here are some practical and helpful tips
for parents on how they can praise their children at the appropriate time.
Praising Girls Well: 100 Tips for Parents and Teachers
By Elizabeth Hartley-Brewer
Girls like to have their accomplishments noticed, but
sometimes the need for praise can spiral into a constant
quest for perfection. Girls may have a propensity to do
things not because they judge it to be right or helpful but
rather to stay in people's good graces. The result is that
they can become cut off from their own true selves.
Praising Girls Well points the way to using praise in a
manner that will boost a girl's inner confidence, help her
to understand it's okay to make mistakes, and guide her to
trust in her own judgment. Brimming with practical tips for
everyday use, this is a handbook to revisit time and again
for our girls' grandest-and smallest-successes.
Praising Boys Well: 100 Tips for Parents and Teachers
By Elizabeth Hartley-Brewer
Boys need encouragement and praise to develop healthy self
esteem, but they can also feel swamped and suffocated by
what they see as constant commentary on their every move-and
as a result they can be inclined to act out.
How can parents strike the right balance between giving
effective praise and not going overboard? How can we help
our boys to feel proud without inspiring a false sense of
confidence or making them praise dependent? Praising Boys
Well shows parents and teachers alike what boys need to hear
along the developmental continuum and offers countless tips
on what to encourage; which phrases to use-and to avoid;
when incentives are appropriate; and how to incorporate
praise into our boys' everyday activities.
Infant brain development should be a most intelligent
Love-Health Dec 31, 2008
Do you know? Children in infancy have the most intelligent brain. Newborn babies, it is the brain has amazing absorptive
capacity. To "children's homes" and the world-famous Italian Mongolian Carex shuttle home early childhood education, Ms. Lee, it called the "absorption
of viviparous spirit." She said: "baby born in its environment to accept all kinds of sensory stimulation, the formation and the quality of
Does Learning a Musical Instrument Help Make Your Child Smarter?
Honolulu Advertiser Jan 07, 2009
A group of preschoolers in California were given piano lessons once a week, while other members of their class received
computer training, and a third group got no special instruction. The budding pianists scored 34% higher than the other
groups on tests designed to measure spatial-temporal reasoning skills - those required for mathematics, chess, science
and engineering. Interestingly, the computer kids scored no higher than the group who received no special instruction.
How can I improve my child's memory?
Nurture Our Child Jan 04, 2009
School starts again after a long holiday. Parents are hoping their children to be able to cope with school works and studies, especially
children who soon begin their formal school life. Memory plays an important role in helping a child to improve his learning ability.
Some children can remember what the teacher taught in the class just through listening. Some are able to memorize the information in the
book with one glance.
Child's Play: Do parents really need to join in on 'floor time'?
Babble Jan 05, 2009
I have to admit it, I hate playing on the floor with my son. I enjoy reading to him, playing ‘Row Row the Boat' and occasionally
dancing around the lounge room. But I draw the line at playing Duplo or making endless cups of imaginary tea. Instead, I'll set
up an activity and then get on with whatever else I was doing - working, attacking the laundry basket, reading trashy magazines.
Ten Things Every Child Needs
ED Telegraph Jan 07, 2009
Research shows that starting from birth we can dramatically improve our children's early brain development and ability
to learn by meeting these ten essential needs. Here are some of the most important things that
your child needs to grow and develop.
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