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Volume #2   Issue #19

ISSN: 0219-7642    July 16, 2004

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Hi Everyone,

How much times do you spend with your children? Have you thought about that? A recent studies shows that parents are actually finding more time for their kids these days, despite growing number of moms and dads in the workforce. 

For moms, 48% spends all day and every day with their children (this should stay-at-home mom), while 36% see their children every morning and every evening (I believe this should be working mom). For dads, 5% spends all day, every day with their children (stay-at-home dad), while 73% see their children every morning and every evening (obviously, they are more dads out there working). Interestingly, 8% of dads responded that it's been days since they've seen their kids …8-), while 0% reported for moms.

By showing you these figures, I'm not out here to criticize working moms or stay-at-home moms and I hope you don't too. I just want you to think about how much times have you spent with your children and try to highlight the important of balancing between family and work. We all know that it is challenging these days to find more times with our children. So no matter what, please make sure you don't fall into the category of "it's have been days since I've seen my kids". Here is a great quote about life:

"No other success in life can compensate for failure in the home." -- David O. McKay 

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10 Things That Successful Parents Do
Learn the ten thing that most of the successful parents do. 

How Children Learn?
Exactly how do children learn, when do they start and where do they learn? Find out here.

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Phonics Pathways 
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Clever way to be smart
TheStart Online July 8, 2004

Intelligence is not fixed but is something we can develop. All of us can be smarter in the eight different types of intelligence, says Dr Spencer Kagan, an internationally acclaimed researcher, trainer and author.

"The more we use any intelligence, the stronger it gets. There's something called brain plasticity; the more we use our brain, the more we develop it," says Dr Kagan, 60.


Improve your child's IQ
The Arizona Republic July 10, 2004

Maxwell feels strongly that parents should work regularly with their children to try to increase their intelligence. However, rather than just teaching them basic facts, Maxwell feels it is even more important to teach children how to think.


Time for an oil change
Scoops July 8, 2004

UK research shows fish oils can enhance brain function

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A new and unique combination of long chain fatty acids that can help you achieve optimum brain functions such as eye/brain coordination, learning ability, productivity, concentration and memory, is now available in New Zealand.


Memorize this: we can remember better
newswise July 9, 2004

"...the single most important thing about success as a student is not a high IQ but how much a student remembers from the instruction. ...Poor students are poor students because they don't know how to memorize efficiently," Klemm says. "Memory is a skill that can be learned.."


In the musikgarten
Bowling Green Daily News July 7, 2004

Targeted toward children 5 years old and younger, unique program designed to stimulate development.


Toxic Household Dust?
CBS News July 9, 2004

After her daughter Ruby was born, Katrina Friedman made a startling discovery. The dust in her house contained trace amounts of a potentially dangerous chemical compound called polybrominated diphenyl ethers(PBDE).

Friedman learned Ruby's exposure to PBDE was near the level that animal studies suggest can disrupt brain development in children and possibly contribute to cancer.


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