Can two share one room?
Tags: CHILD development
- Parents turn whizkids in picking software. Fitzgerald, Kate; Smith, Therese Kauchak // Advertising Age;7/27/92, Vol. 63 Issue 30, p28
States that high-achieving baby-boomers who want their kids to succeed are creating a boom in educational computer software. Boost in sales due to information that was given to the parents; Parents see software for learning as a great way for their kids to spend their spare time; Growth rate is...
- The same but different. // Current Health 1;Feb1992, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p14
Examines the nature-versus-nurture debate concerning the physical and psychological development of boys and girls. Hormones and biological development; Testosterone, the male hormone; Boys' mathematics abilities; Girls' reading and language skills; Formation of friendships with members of the...
- Growing up too fast. // Current Health 1;May93, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p30
Discusses how children need to resist the pressure to grow up too fast. Respecting differences between yourself and your friends; People grow at their own speed; Rushing ahead may cause you to miss the chance to discover something important about yourself; Try to appreciate who you are right...
- Experiential therapy for youths. // Children Today;Mar/Apr86, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p26
Fundamental to experiential therapy is the development of self-efficacy or empowerment. Describes a program which, within the demanding context of the wilderness, seeks to instill pride in discipline and accomplishment, commitment to action and goal attainment, trust and compassion toward...
- Kids of working moms doing just fine. // Environmental Nutrition;Apr92, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p8
Reports that a pilot study looked at the effects working mothers have on their children's diets. Details of the study; Working mothers had no detrimental effects on the nutritional value of young children's diets; Limitations in the study's results.
- The road to self-confidence. Levinger, L.; Yost, P. // Good Housekeeping;Sep88, Vol. 207 Issue 3, p96
Gives advice on how to help children grow into self-confident adults with the assurance to pursue goals and the courage to take risks. Discusses encouragement vs praise; How to give room to choose individual activities; How to show interest without prying; How not to rush children.
- How Gabriel grows. Shelov, J. // Good Housekeeping;Sep88, Vol. 207 Issue 3, p80
Presents a year-by-year picture and essay guide to the growth milestones during the first five years of a young boy named Gabriel. Address available for a free growth chart from The Human Growth Foundation.
- It's never too early to make a friend. Brenner, B. // Good Housekeeping;Sep89, Vol. 209 Issue 3, p80
Reports on childrens' friendships and making friends from toddler age into the early school years. Discusses development of child friendships; How parents may help; Social rules and how they are learned. Part of the `Good Housekeeping' Child Care 89 guide.
- Your child 6 to 12. Pruett, Kyle // Good Housekeeping;May94, Vol. 218 Issue 5, p90
Answers questions related to child development. Dealing with occasional nightmares of children; Encouraging children's interest in reading; Informing the school on the results of a child's psychiatric evaluation.