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Volume #3   Issue #14

ISSN: 0219-7642    April 15, 2005

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Hi,

What have you been doing lately? Last Sunday I had a wonderful time hanging out with a group of leprosy old folks and young orphan at the zoo. We had a great program for them - live band, balloon sculptor, cartoonist .... plus the lovely animals in the zoo, all working together to bring values to the groups. When came to times we said goodbye to our guests and you see the joy through their eyes - it made everything all worthwhile and it gave me a whole new outlook too. I'm looking forward to create more values to people around me. Have a nice day!

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Build Your Child's Self-Esteem
By Dr. Paul C. Holinger

Do children need vitamin supplements?
With this widespread interest in the use of vitamin supplements to improve health and the brain of a child, it is no wonder that there is also a lot of interest in the best vitamin supplements for children.

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Slow and Steady Get Me Ready

This book is a highly recommended early childhood developmental parenting resource that tells you when, how and what skills to develop, provides an inexpensive phonetic approach for reading and spelling, contains a complete readiness curriculum full of ideas, enriches the parent child bond with close interaction and develops preschool skills, painlessly and in proper order. It only takes only about ten minutes for each activity.

 

 

 

 

 

Brain Foods for Kids : Over 100 Recipes to Boost Your Child's Intelligence

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  • Special "brain-box" features to explain the health-giving, mind-boosting properties of each of the featured dishes.
  • Teaches how to recognize foods containing additives and pesticides, and how to choose healthy, nutritious ingredients.
  • Advice on using diet to control and avoid behavioral problems such as ADHD

 


>> LATEST BRAINY NEWS


Raising your child's IQ
Seven.com.au Apr 4, 2005

Experts are divided as to whether you can raise a child's IQ. But they all agree there are things parents can do to help their child reach their potential.


Stimulation in early childhood is important to development of cognitive skills, researchers say
Winston-Salem Journal Apr 12, 2005

Studies supporting the importance of brain stimulation before age 5 have fueled many early-education advocates in their push for universal pre-kindergarten programs.


Neglectful parenting found to stunt brains
FresnoBee.com Apr 6, 2005

Raising children in a healthy environment of hugs, talk and play ensures correct brain development.


Baby's Development: Talk That Baby Talk!
Rochester NY Apr 7, 2005

Recent advances in brain-imaging techniques have proven what pediatricians have known for a long time: a baby's environment and what parents do -- have dramatic affects on baby's brain development.


Students must take bad with the good
The Courier-Mail Apr 6, 2005

Children should not be allowed to study only what they like, according to a visiting American educator and school psychologist. JoAnne Deak says children who pursue only what they are good at will develop lopsided brains to their detriment in later life. Dr Deak, says parents and teachers have a responsibility to make sure each part of a child's brain is stretched by use.


Noisy Places May Delay Kids' Speech
WebMDHealth Apr 5, 2005

Your child may take longer to learn to talk if he or she spends a lot of time near a blaring TV or in a cacophonous day care center, a new study suggests.


Helping your baby to communicate earlier
TodayOnline Apr 11, 2005

How teaching babies sign language helps them develop better.


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