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Kids and Jobs: What Age Is Too Young?

January 10, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Kids and Teens

Most children probably start thinking about getting a job when they get interested in dating and needing extra money for gas and such. That would most often be around the age of fifteen or sixteen years old. Employers start to look at kids this age as they might be able to do jobs in fast …

 

Summer Enrichment Camps Connect Learning with Fun

January 10, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Kids and Teens

A barrier exists for many students between learning and enjoyment. Traditional classroom settings coupled with traditional learning methods and a barrage of information can often douse a student’s enthusiasm. There is nothing worse for a child or teen than being forced to learn information that they find useless or unimportant. How can we keep students …

 

Kids And Teens Benefit To Outdoor Activities

January 10, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Kids and Teens

Kids and teens are the age group wherein they easily get bored. They want adventures and activities that are more fun, exciting and interesting. Nowadays, most children prefer outdoor activities in school such as playing soccer and cheer dance than staying inside the classroom doing the writing, reading and solving math problems. They love to …

 

How Parents Can Increase Teen Success in Challenging Times

January 10, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Kids and Teens

Just as families and businesses are tried in the face of challenging economic and cultural times, teens also face challenges in finding their own success. Teens are affected by the world and environment in which they live, and sometimes parents find it difficult to connect with them about the things that are going on in …

 

Life Skills Empower Teens to Make Smart Decisions

January 10, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Kids and Teens

Decisions about friends, parents, school, studying, college, and future careers can all weigh heavily on a teenager. Sometimes these decisions are influenced by outside factors like peer pressure and hormones. These sorts of decisions are not always easy to thwart. Other times, decisions are reached using a teenager’s best judgment and limited life experience. Many …

 
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