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Friday, August 12, 2005
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Finding a way out of their problems
Innovate in the classroom
To liven up the class, teachers need to try new approaches. Get children involved with projects.
Who's the fairest of them all?
Adolescents need reassurance about the way they look. They need to be encouraged to love themselves and feel good about their body.
Free books for all children
In a move to encourage children to read, the British education secretary announced that every British child up to the age of four will get a bag of books.
What about your emotional health?
Teens face pressures and hence may find it difficult to cope.
Helping to heal the scars of war
A week-long camp to help children who live in areas of hostility, conflict and fear.
Develop a friendly relationship with your teenagers
Peer parenting could be the answer to the conflict between parents and adolescents.
Make the lesson interesting.
Find a new dimension in every word you read
Rearrange the letters in a word and make a new one. Try it, it could be fun.
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