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Celebrate your Child’s Uniqueness


Just like a snowflake or a fingerprint, every child is unique in their own special way. Every child has a unique way of feeling, thinking, and interacting with others. Some children are shy, while others are outgoing; some are active, while others are calm; some are fretful, while others are easy-going. As a loving and nurturing parent, it's your job to encourage them to embrace their uniqueness and celebrate their individual qualities. Allow your child to express themselves through their interests. They may find a creative outlet in theatre, dancing or art, or they may be exceptionally talented in the sciences. Encourage them to embrace what they like to do, what interests them, and what m …

Dance for Children


When it comes to our children, we want to give them the world. Many little girls and some little boys show an early interest in dance and you should not worry about gender stereotypes at young ages especially. The benefits of dance for children far outweigh any potential stereotyping that may come about as the result. Children, whether male or female can learn many things from dance classes that go far beyond practical applications in their dancing. These life lessons are part of the appeal of dance classes to parents around the world. Dance Teaches Important Lessons Much like team sports, dance for children can teach some invaluable and important lessons. Discipline and self-control a …

Top Tips For Achieving Great Children’s Photographs


In my work as a pro photographer I would guess that a good 70% of my images are of children. As a result I have discovered various methods of achieving the completely natural images that people love. There are many things to remember when trying to capture children's images. There are some methods that work and some that don't, here are a few hints that I have learned along the way. Don't rush into things. Children can be very shy at first and it takes a real skill to get a child's trust in a short period of time. I have an advantage over studio photographers in that I regularly shoot out doors (about 95% of the time). This means I can often meet the children at there home or a place famil …

Writing For Children: Turn Your Ideas Into A Book


Maybe you're one of those lucky writers whose head is bursting with ideas. Or perhaps you have one idea that's been nagging you for weeks, always at the edge of your thoughts. Either way, you're itching to begin writing. That's good. But before you rush headlong into your story, stop and ask yourself one question: Is this just an idea, or is it a book? Ideas, of course, are the seeds of any work of fiction or nonfiction. But until an idea is fully developed, until you can envision its beginning, middle and end, that one idea might not be enough. The experience of writing for pages about an idea and ultimately getting nowhere (or getting a pile of rejections) has taught many writers to out …

Your Child Is Talented


Life is full of amazing discoveries. All my life I firmly believed that talent is a strictly innate quality. If you do not have the inborn aptitude for singing, neither conservatoire, nor endless practical singing classes will make you a remarkable singer. It turned out I had been on the wrong path. Modern discoveries have shown that talent does not depend on innate qualities. Moreover the social environment appeared to be crucial in forming personal endowments. So, is not it great? Then all of us can turn into geniuses if we put our effort into it. I would like to be so enthusiastic about it. But of course there are many restrictions here. First of all, the basis of talent is formed up to t …

Want Your Children To Love Books – Go See A Movie!


Reading a book from which a movie is made is almost always a richer experience than simply watching the movie. The experience of savoring the words on the page and allowing yourself to be taken on a journey inspired by the author is sublime. As the author paints a picture with words, your imagination fills in the blanks until the voices of the characters and the images of the settings resonate in your mind. After reading and thoroughly enjoying a well-written book, watching the movie adaptation can be an interesting experience. The voices and images from your imagination are contrasted by those created by the actors, the director, and the cinematographer. It's not that the experience of w …

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