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Protect Children!!!

Child protection laws are made to

protect children from any kind of abuse.

These child protection laws will

help your child to grow up

confidently without any fear.

Children should grow into

happy and healthy adults.

For that there should be

strict implementation of

child protection laws.





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What Nutritional Needs Does Your Child Have?




From birth to adulthood, kids need the right foods in order to grow and thrive. The brain needs the right nutrition to think correctly and the heart needs the right foods to stay healthy.

The nutritional needs of a child are constantly changing as he ages, and the nutritional needs have to be adjusted whenever there’s a growth spurt - such as puberty. When a child doesn’t eat right, it doesn’t just affect him now. If it continues, not eating the right kinds of foods can have lasting effects if not corrected.

Food is energy - and the right foods contain the vitamins and minerals a child needs to do well in life. Poor nutrition affects children physically, behaviorally and mentally. The way a child eats now can play a role in his health as an adult.

Not eating right affects a child’s learning skills and shows up in difficulty paying attention and poor academic performance. A child’s social skills are affected, too. When he’s not eating right, his ability to communicate is affected, he’ll be sluggish and poor nutrition can cause stunted growth and a poor ability in sports or group activities with his peers.

Having a poor diet can lead to a weakened immune system and prevent a child from being able to fight off illnesses. Another danger with children and nutrition is through forced extreme diets.

Any diet that completely removes any food group from the list is dangerous. Diets that are bad for children are diets that are too high in fiber, fad diets, low dairy and low fat or low carb diets.

Kids can’t thrive on a diet created with an adult’s nutritional needs in mind. If your child is struggling with a weight problem, focus on eating balanced meals, healthy snacks and moving more physically.

A child’s nutritional needs can be completely met by serving him a diet that’s balanced with correct servings for his age from the five food groups. Every child needs a healthy breakfast to start the day right.

Eating breakfast helps kids pay attention in school and it also helps with memory and cognitive skills. Breakfast helps prevent irritability and lethargy. Kids who eat a poor breakfast or skip it altogether are more at risk for weight struggles.

It can be difficult to get picky eaters to want to eat healthy foods of any kind, and one way to get around that is to limit the foods offered to your child to primarily healthy choices, instead of nothing but instant junk food.

But offer him some choices, otherwise, it can become a power struggle. Don’t make food boring. Use shapes, colors and colorful, fun dishes to serve the food on. Put vegetables into casseroles, soups and put fruit into blended fruit drinks or cereal.

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Food Guide For Kids (Ages 5 to 10 Years Old)

A national study shows that more and more children are dealing with obesity. The numbers of children with poor nutrition is astounding. Macaroni and cheese, hot-dogs, and French fries were among the top food choices for children. So how do we get them to eat better? The first step is to make sure they eat what is cooked. If you are serving a food dish they don't like, they can have the choice of eating it or not having dinner. This can be really difficult at first and can start a big fight. When introducing new foods that you think your kids won't like, also serve something good that you know they will eat. This can help eliminate the problem of them 'starving to death". Once your children know that they must try new foods, it allows you to begin experimenting. For our family, I found a recipe book that had 36 weeks of recipes. The first time we used the book, each family member rated the dinner item. I placed a star by the recipe for each family member that liked the food. Now when we go through the book, if an item has fewer than 3 or 4 stars, I skip that meal. Find recipes that provide good nutrition – legumes, vegetables, fruits. We all remember the food pyramid from our days of school. If your kids are eating school lunch, they are getting one good nutritious meal. You can follow their food guidelines when planning your own meals. Keep the monthly calendar with the meals the school has planned, and follow them for dinner (in a different month). Introduce foods that you know your children didn't like before, and have them try one bite. Kid's taste buds change over time, and something they hated before they might really like now.

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SCHOOL KID’S ROOM

Once your child starts school, there are required several changes in his room’s layout. Now, a study place is a must, a place where the little scholar can prepare for school, learn and do his homework.

The study place has to be regularly near the window so that his arm will now place a shadow on the books in front of him. Accordingly to this rule, if we are talking about a right-handed child, the light must be on his left, and if talking about a left-handed child, the light must be on his right.

Due to the new born needs of the school-boy, the furniture must include a desk and some small cabinets or a small bookcase.

The study table or desk must have at least 60 X 90 cm and its height and inclination has to be adjustable. There must be some kind of drawers nest to it or in it to deposit books, paper, pens and other school stuff.

For this same purpose, the parents must consider buying a bookcase or a cabinet for books, which fits the room and the height of your child. For a optimal use of space, a desk with a study table and some shelves can be chosen.

Natural lighting has to be supplemented or maintained by a local light. This is why the desk must have on it a lamp with adjustable arm, placed in such a way that it can focalize the light precisely to the point it is needed.

The chair must have an adjustable height, fitting the one of the scholar.


Recently, the computer became a necessary object in the child’s room, even in the early student’s room. Used either for fun or study, it has to become a familiar instrument for the little one.

An “L” shaped desk allows a good position for the computer, with the monitor on one side in the corner. Be careful because the distance from the monitor and to the eyes of the person using the computer has to be of 50 – 70 cm. To better respect this distance, some desks are equipped with a special space for the monitor, positioned a little higher than the actual desk.

Watching Our Children Grow UP!!

Watching Our Children Grow UP!!

Christian Stories For Children

Christian Stories For Children


The bible is full of inspirational stories each one of these short story has morals and values that everyone can learn from and share with others.


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Ten Tips On Understanding Your Child Pt1


Parenting can be a frustrating experience especially if you cannot seem to establish a harmonious relationship with your teenager. There are times when you find yourself in disagreement with your child because of the so-called generation gap. The key to having a harmonious relationship with your child lies on how well you understand them. Here are 10 tips on dealing with your teen and understanding your child.

Set a boundary between your role as a parent or a friend.

Aside from being a father or mother to your child, you can also be a friend to them. But sometimes you need to make a distinction between being a parent and the same time a friend to your child. Friends will always have the tendency to judge your child whenever they confide their problems.

As parents, you cannot do this because of your care for the child. Friends can be found anywhere but good parents is a rare commodity these days.

Show Your Involvement

This is true especially if you are occupied with your work and rarely have the time to be with your child. Being involved means finding the time to be with them whenever you have a spare time. Try to find information about your child's life, their thoughts and feelings so that they will be at ease coming to you when they are in trouble.

Train Them To Be Accountable

As a parent, you are responsible for preparing your child for adult life. Teach them that if they want something, effort should be exerted in order to achieve it. Money is not the important thing, it is being responsible and independent which matters. Provide them their allowance for jobs but don't pay them if they are not doing their part. This way, you are training them to survive in this world.

Listen To Them

As a parent, it is your job to listen to them and understand what they want. You should avoid making any judgment even if they are arguing or disrespecting you. Try to get the message that they are trying to convey as it often means they need your help.

Explain Your Side

By letting them know the reasons for your decision, you are helping them become good decision makers themselves. If you want your child to be home at a certain time, tell them that you are concerned for their safety. Even if they disagree with your decision, they will accept it as adults.

Be There For Your Child

The most important thing in being a parent is letting them know that you are always there for them. Providing support and letting your child know that you are behind them is vital to their development.

Tune In

Knowing and listening to their kind of music, what activities they are involved in, the names of their friends is your responsibility.

Be Flexible

It is good to set rules but there are always exceptions and there are instances when you need to bend the rules that you set.

Share Your Interest With Your Child

Sharing interests with your child means you understand them better. This means you are learning together and sharing your experiences. You need to have some connection with your child other than having an argument with who has the car key.

Keep Talking Even If Your Teen Will Not Listen

You may not know it but teenagers do listen to their parents. While they may at times argue with you, your advice is well-entrenched in their minds. Although they may seem passive with what you say, the truth of the matter is it sticks. So never stop giving them advices.

Follow these tips on understanding your child and you are headed towards becoming a successful parent.
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Tips for Understanding Your Child and His Behavior



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Nobody ever said parenting is an easy and smooth task. More frequently, parents find it hard, difficult, and frustrating to handle their children. If you have problems with your child’s behavior, it would help a lot if you would try to reach out. Understanding your child and his behavior would definitely make wonders. Anyway, if you would not take the effort to do so, who would?

Parenting has always been among the most significant and challenging jobs known to mankind. Often, children’s misbehavior and tantrums effectively drive parents crazy. This is particularly true if parents could not seem to correct such misbehaviors. If you are facing this kind of problem, begin the approach to solving it by treating the misbehavior as a message. Your child definitely is trying to tell you something he could not easily and effectively express.

Understanding your child’s misbehavior could help you discern and decipher what exactly it is he is trying to say to you. He has goals for misbehaving the way he does. It is not good to underestimate your child. Through comprehending misbehavior, you could help yourself curb any unlikely or bratty behavior of your child so you could eventually enjoy a better and stronger relationship as child and parent. Here are some guidelines that could help you going.

First, understand that misbehavior is every child’s creative and scheming approach to seek and catch attention. You may start curbing it by evaluating and determining how you actually feel and react if he misbehaves. Your child may be continuously doing his misdemeanors if he sees you are irritated and annoyed. To make a good start, try to ignore the bad behavior even for once. Give him more attention every time he behaves more appropriately. This could be your creative way of telling him that the best way to catch your attention is through behaving properly.

Try not to show anger whenever your child misbehaves. You may send him the wrong signal. If you get irritated or annoyed, try your best to be as calm and as pleasant as possible. This way, you are removing yourself totally out of the conflict. The moment he calms down, encourage your child to talk and tell you what it is he likes.

Some children are just too smart to aim revenge through misbehaving. If you think that is the case, try to withdraw yourself from the situation. It is best if you could establish a positive interaction particularly when he is calm or is in neutral situation. Then, try to set logical consequences for his misbehavior (but be careful not to make it look and sound like actual punishments).

Always have patience. There is no need to feel helpless no matter how difficult the situation could be. Do not give him the impression that you are giving up. As an adult, show the child that you are mature and knowledgeable enough in handling the situation. Keep on talking to your child during his calm moments so you could settle and resolve whatever differences you may have with each other. Understanding your child may not be simple, but you could always succeed in it if you would just be determined enough. It is always best to foster a healthy and open relationship with your child and make yourself approachable at all times.

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