Archive for the 'Kids-and-Teens' Category

VTech Kidizoom Camera

By Leanne Williams Kidizoom are one of the market leaders when it comes to childrens digital cameras. This is because of their appealing design and excellent quality. RRP is around £50, although you can find them much cheaper if you shop around. Kidizoom digital cameras currently come in three kid-friendly designs – pink, blue and […]

What Would You Call Yours?

By Dale Preece-Kelly What would you call yours? If you had a child, what would you name it? We’ve all played the game of what if….if i had a boy I would call it Kyuss Blake (named after my favourite band, and when shortened it would become Ky – Blake is what my wife thought […]

The Choices in Kids Beach Towels

By Charissa Bear If you have more than one child, you know how important for each one to have ownership. In planning for a summer vacation that involves sun, sand and water, kids beach towels are a must. A colorful and attractive oversize towel is perfect for preventing wet feet in the beach cottage. Beach […]

Parenting From the Heart Using NVC to Strengthen Your Bond

By Alfian Haris And some experts believe there is no better form of communication when it comes to parenting than NVC (non-violent communication). This article covers the basics of NVC and provides helpful tips on how to apply it in your family home. Just what is NVC? NVC stands for non-violent communication and the basis […]

Teens Gain Benefits From Teamwork

By Tammy Potosky Some people think of teens working in teams and just cringe. When I think of teens working together, I think of all the possibilities that can come from the opportunity of working together. I think about the: • teamwork that can happen • creativity they bring with them • leadership skills that […]

Thomas Train Picture A Childrens Icon

By Mark McKee The very first Thomas Train picture was actually a push-along wooden toy that Rev. W. Awdry made for his son, Christopher. It looked rather different from the character in the books and television series that most kids are familiar with today. Through the years, it evolved into the familiar smile that kids […]

Thomas Train Pajamas The Perfect Clothes For Dreamland While at the Island of Sodor

By Mark McKee A set of Thomas Train pajamas is what every little engineer needs to sleep soundly while traveling through the Island of Sodor. There is a blue set that is made of 10% cotton. This is both long sleeves and long pant legs for those cold winter nights. This set has Thomas the […]

Tips on Putting Your Child to Bed

By George Lyle Walker Every child is different and their needs and whims vary when it is time to go to bed. They always have a different excuse not to go to bed and they will change strategy in order to stay up a little longer. Here are some tips and things you can do […]

Give Me a Positive Instead of a Negative

By Wynelle Burns So many teens these days are always hearing about all of the things they should not do and what they can’t do but how about what they do get to do? We are always so quick to tell teens all of the negative things and what all they should NOT be doing […]

How to Ask a Teacher For Extra Help

By Nabihah Zaid Looking back on my past experience, I ‘d say, asking a teacher for extra help isn’t as simple as it looks, especially when we don’t have quite a good relationship with him or her (the teacher). I had some troubles with my geography teacher before this. I didn’t like her so much, […]