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Home Security - Protect Your Children Online - Part 1

During our everyday life, we concern ourselves mainly with home security; enabling the security alarm, locking the door when we leave, etc. However, there’s another menace out there that is creeping through our society. This menace is Cyberstalking, the exploiting of our children through the Internet. In my professional role in the Home Security Industry, I preach the values of the Internet, not only for us as adults and professionals, but also for our children. Our children have almost im........ Read More

Baby Gates Help To Child Proof Your Home

When it comes to child-proofing your home, one of the first things you will consider is the baby safety gate. Neglecting to add baby gates to your home can mean risking your baby's safety when wandering around the home. It only takes a second of distraction and your child could be in a dangerous situation. Many parents are multi-tasking during their day and it is impossible to keep an eye on your child's actions every minute of the day. This is why a baby gate is so critical in a home no mat........ Read More

Do You Need Childcare When You Work At Home?

Many parents decide to work at home because they want more time with their families. They hope to be able to take care of their kids themselves rather than pay for any sort of childcare. But is this really practical? The answer really depends on your situation. There are a lot of factors to consider when taking a realistic look at what is best for you and your children. How old are your kids? The older they are, the less help you will probably need. Babies and toddlers are home a lot more tha........ Read More

Profit By Providing Home Based Child Care Services

How can you profit from the boom in child care services? Here are a few suggestions. 1. Provide Child Care from Your Home Would you like to provide child care services from your own home? If so, here is some advice obtained from an experienced child care provider: -There may be laws in your area that limit the number of children (other than your own) that you can care for from your home. It could be just five or six children. -Don't do half days. If someone drops their child off just for ........ Read More

Best Year: The Year I Homeschooled My Child!

Parents are very excited when their children are old enough to get started in the learning stage level one. They are just too excited to play dough alphabet and clay with their 3-4 aged kids, flashcards with colorful drawings, number blocks, dress up in costumes and plant trees in the backyard with kids and other activities. Homeschool helps parents to spend time with their kids in the early stages of learning. But one thing they always forget because of too much excitement is the planning of ........ Read More

Preschool Teaching: You Can Teach Your Child At Home

You may think that only a licensed teacher is qualified to teach your child. However, did you know that your child’s first teacher is you? Yes, it’s true! Not only are parents their children’s primary caregivers, but they are also their first teachers, and with a little help, you can successfully teach your preschooler at home. Preschool teaching may seem a bit overwhelming at first, but if you are patient and take your time with your child, you can find the time that you spend together t........ Read More

Homemade Halloween Costume Ideas For Children

You can find a large variety of Halloween costumes available at stores in your neighborhood. However, when you consider the cost and lack of originality, homemade costumes are a more fun and oftentimes more cost-effective option. Plus, if you involve your children in creating the homemade costumes, the results will be worth more than any store-bought costume in any store. Here are some inexpensive, homemade Halloween costume ideas that will cost little money and show lots of imagination. Scare........ Read More

A Home Business - How Does It Affect The Children?

We all know the benefits of a home business. Working at home means that you can avoid traffic jams, forget about office politics and benefit from lower overheads. How does it affect the children? I believe that they benefit from hearing mum or dad discussing business on the phone or meeting business people at home. Think about it - whatever business you are in, if you were working in the office they would never hear a word of your business language. Most children are not even aware of the typ........ Read More

Keeping Your Children Busy When You Work From Home

Juggling children and work can be a challenge, whether you work outside the home or you are a work from home mom, but, in some ways, work from home moms face more challenges than moms who work outside the home. After all, when you’re in a traditional office, you don’t need to worry that a coworker will burst into the room and scream “Mommy, he took my doll,” just as you are beginning an important conference call. So how does a work from home mom manage to keep her children happy and bu........ Read More

Home Education And Your Special Child

Homeschooling is challenging to get going with, add the suspicion of teaching a child with special needs and you are increasing the difficulty of homeschooling Tim and Lisa at home. This does not mean that it can't be done, as there are lots of youngsters with disabilities being homeschooled and successfully at that. Irregardless, there are some confusions and roadblocks along the way so here are a few hints to keep on your fridge and examine when times get arduous. * Baby Steps: Yes we under........ Read More

How To Work At Home With Young Children

I’ve written a few simple rules to help you deal with the reality of working at home with young children. Your day may not go exactly like this, but at times it will probably come pretty close. 1. Start your day by telling the kids you are going to be working. Make sure you have enough time for last-minute demands, such as the urgent need to play “just one” game of Chutes and Ladders. 2. Remind kids of when they can disturb you while you work. “No, wanting a cookie is not an emergency......... Read More

Homeschooling Your Child

You have decided that homeschooling is the way to educate your child and now you have to ready yourself and your kids for all the trials and tribulations that come with it. You know that the road ahead may be a bit bumpy, but the rewards more than make up for it. Homeschooling affords you a chance to produce a well rounded and well adjusted personality in your child that is by no means an easy achievement. Obviously, the first thing you have to check out are your state laws regarding homeschool........ Read More

Making Your Child A Part Of The Homeschooling Process

There are a myriad of different reasons why people choose to homeschool their children: there is the economic benefit of avoiding high private school fees; there is the convenience of scheduling schooling around other family activities etc. . . One of the most important benefits of homeschooling is the flexibility with which you can tailor your child's education. It is a well known fact that every individual has individual needs, and homeschooling allows you to create a learning environment that........ Read More

4 Reasons Why You Should Homeschool Your Child

A recent survey indicated that nearly 30% of American parents are seriously considering homeschooling their children rather than sending them to school. Home schooling is a different way of education for many parents. It allows children to be educated at home free from the daily school assignments and pressure. It also allows more bonding time between the child and the parent fostering closer relationships. There are 4 main reasons why you should homeschool your child. They are 1) Acade........ Read More

Childproofing Your Home

One of the most important steps you can take to prepare for a baby is childproofing your home. Little hands will get into things you never even thought of, so being prepared is critical to your child’s safety. Here are some areas of your home that need attention to get you started on your childproofing project. · Electrical Outlets – You can buy inexpensive covers to keep little fingers out of your outlets, or simply put a piece of furniture in front of them. · Cords – Be they electric........ Read More


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