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Anacleta.com - A comprehensive source of materials, activities, and ideas about the Spanish language and its many cultures, as well as other world language and cultures, especially for children under ten and their parents and FLES, dual language, immersion, and bilingual teachers.
Themes4Kids.com: A comprehensive resource for decorating kid's bedrooms and baby nurseries. You will find bedroom themes, tips, articles, and much more!
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...parenting tip of the moment
SEVEN STEPS TO HELPING YOUR CHILD LEARN - Little and often is most effective - don't overdo it - Make learning fun if at all possible, fun for you and for her - Explain what you are doing and why, clearly and slowly - Involve the learner actively, don't do it all for him - Be patient, ask questions to check he understands - Pause to allow her time, prompt if she needs help, praise her efforts -Encourage the learner to explain, say or show what he has learnt
quoted from "Head Start: How to Develop Your Child's Mind" by Robert Fisher, page 43
Small children should be supervised by a caregiver when at a computer,
to ensure no accidents occur that could hurt the child and that no equipment gets broken.