1. Having a mentor – A Mentor for a child is not a hard thing to accomplish. There are so many organizations out there that offer mentors for kids. Here are a few:
Why should adults only have a comfortable home office? Children need office space to do their homework, class projects, or Internet research, so why not create a space that will be conducive for your child’s ideas and creativity to soar? Parents assume that the kids can use the same space to do their work, but that’s not necessarily so. Children love colors and all things child-like. In order to design your child’s home office, parents need to think like a kid. So with that in mind let’s start to put together a child’s home office. Oh! Don’t forget to allow your child to assist in pulling together their home office.
Cash is King! When you can bring cash home everyday from work you’ll be singing for joy. Well there are individuals that bring home cash on a daily basis and so can you. Kids, in particular, are ones that are more likely to bring home cash from a job because adults are more likely to pay a child cash, while checks or credit card are more likely seen as payments given to adults. Cash, for kids, is something easily spent, and kids can relate to cash more so than a check or credit card. While some of these jobs are not for a child, they are worth mentioning.
Have you ever thought that you would be a lot further in life if you had the knowledge at 17 years of age that you now have at 30 years of age or older? All of us would probably say, yes. Well, it may be a little on the late side, but there is hope in sharing your “seasoned” advice for the up and coming younger generation. So here goes the advice. Oh, by the way listen to the video at the end of this post, I think you’ll like it.
Speech APPs – Surely your child, at times, listens to or has listened to the news, and has heard how news anchors and other media guests speak. Your child has heard, for the most part, correct pronunciation, not slurred speech, and a wide range vocabulary. Well, if your child has not mastered their native language, there is help. People who speak correctly, in pronunciation, in diction, in tone, and in enunciation go further in life.
Parents, would you want your children to have your level of success? How do you assist your children in surpassing your level of success? I dare to say that all parents want their children to surpass their accomplishments. At an early age children mimic their parents’ actions and words. Do your actions and words drip with success? Well, maybe not drip.
Teachers are always looking for ways to motivate and inspire their students. One great way that most teachers have not thought about is to assist their students in creating resumes – yes, resumes for children. Resumes are not for adults anymore and can be a wonderful tool in the classroom.
Here are several ways a child’s resume can be used and viewed in the classroom.
Every parent should be able to say, “My child is certified,” well, not every parent, but it would be nice to be able to say that. So, with that in mind, did you know that kids can hold certifications? You do now, and here are some child-friendly certifications.
All parents want their children safe and sound, but parents will not always be with their children to help keep them safe. So what are parents to do to help keep their children safe? It’s not enough to sit down and talk to your kids, but parents need to role play, introduce their children to news stories of other children who have been hurt, kidnapped, or in harms way. These examples can help children to understand that things like that can happen to them, but an educated child can possibly avoid these things from happening to them. Kids can learn survival tips that are beneficial. Some survival tips are simple and basic and can be put into practice easily.