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At My Family and Me, we work very hard to promote everything that we feel is considered ‘good’ or helpful for parents and families of all kinds. We have discussed potty training, sleeping, nutrition, behavior, and almost everything else under the son. One topic, though, that we have yet to cover is Everything. Yes, Everything.
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There are many philosophies and methods for educating and raising children. Here are a few of the most known and popular educational ideas and a description. Use this information simply as a helpful reference when trying to decide if any of these methods may be right for your family. As always, My Family and Me is here should you need any further information, explanations, or assistance.Tags: carden method, carden-method-versus-montessori, educational method definitions, educational philosophies, educational philosophy explanations, goddard, montessori, montessori-goddard-emilia, montessori-vs-carden-method, reggio emilia, reggio-vs-goddard-methods, waldor-giveaway, waldorf, waldorf-or-carden-methodFeatured, Media, Parenting, Preschool and Daycare
We are one of many blogs and other sites trying to help raise money for three year old Emily, daughter of Shannon Coupon Mommy of 2 who has just been diagnosed with cancer.
There has been a lot of debate and opinions about whether or not young children should watch television and have access to electronic games. Many parents and pediatricians feel that absolutely no TV or games should be shown to a child before the age of three. Many people and pediatricians agree that a little TV/game playing is fine as long as it is supervised and appropriate after the age of two. And then there are the parents who think plopping their kids down in front of the TV for a couple of hours a day while they get work/cleaning/etc. done is no harm. Where do you stand? Should TV/games be shown to young children? At what age are they appropriate?Tags: children and TV, children playing video games, children watching TV, TV, TV shows for kids, video gamesMedia, Parenting, Skills and Activites