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A new school term not only brings in new friends but also spells several new extra curricular activities.

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All children grow up, and leave their parents one day. Your job is to ensure that the child grows up well. For this, you need to pace your child. There are some parents who want to rush their child into adulthood.

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Though the learning process begins at school it by no means stops at the school. It continues even when the child is at home.

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Handling the morning madness

By Charles Hopkins | Published 06/2/2006 | Education |

The best way to avoid the every day morning chaos and confusion is to follow an organized work schedule. Ideally, you should involve your entire family.

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A new school term usually means going back to the old school grind. The child is once again exposed to different conditions, and needs to be strong and healthy to cope with the rigors and pressures of school life.

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Children suffering from mental illness or physical disabilities often find going to school a tougher challenge than most other children.

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Helping children who are shy

By Charles Hopkins | Published 06/2/2006 | Education |

All of us know what it is to go to school. The first day can be especially unnerving if we are surrounded by new classmates and new teachers.

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Schools give homework to help children practice what they have learnt in the class. It also gives the parents an idea of what is being taught in the class

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The greatest worry for any child is socializing in a new environment. Peer-group feelings are strong in schools and when a child is uprooted from his old school and leaves his old friends behind, he feels insecure and anxious.

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Helping your child learn

By Charles Hopkins | Published 06/2/2006 | Education |

Each child has their own distinct style of learning. Also, the capability and interests of each child varies. Children do best in those areas in which they have natural interest.

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