Mother & child
Tags: CHILD rearing
- A mother's featherless fledgling. Robson, Nancy Taylor // Christian Science Monitor;4/13/98, Vol. 90 Issue 95, p8
Recounts the author's thoughts as her fifteen year old son informed her that he was signing up for driver's education as an extra-curricular event at school. The challenge of letting children grow up; The acknowledgment that capability can only increase with knowledge and experience; How the...
- It takes a neighborhood. Klose, Robert // Christian Science Monitor;6/4/98, Vol. 90 Issue 132, p8
Relates the author's experiences in dealing with a neighborhood child who was the product of a home in constant upheaval. The child's desperate need for attention; The notion of a neighborhood helping to raise children; The reputation that the child had and how the author was able to help his...
- Southern success stories. // Children Today;Mar/Apr89, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p4
Reports on the publication of `Success in the South,' the report of the 1988 annual meeting of the Southern Governors' Association. The Association strives to combat the educational, economic, and human resource problems of the South. North Carolina's MOTHEREAD program, which encourages...
- Parent involvement: What is it that works? Leik, R.K.; Chalkley, M.A. // Children Today;May/Jun90, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p34
Reports on the Head Start Family Impact Project. Evaluation of parental involvement; Increased competence and acceptance; Reduced chance of family dysfunction; Racial and cultural differences; Policy considerations.
- What's hot in baby care. // Discount Store News;11/4/96, Vol. 35 Issue 21, p61
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- Lesson plans. Williams, D.C. // Essence (Essence);Aug89, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p100
Presents strategies parents can use to help their children do well in school.
- Raising kids strong. Wesley, V.W.; Davis, T.B. // Essence (Essence);Dec89, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p73
Gives guidelines for raising African-American children strong enough to resist the lure of a negative crowd, such as helping them love themselves, appreciating a cultural context, quality parenting, choosing the right peers, giving them positive sexual values, teaching nonsexist values, and...
- The wonder years. Cain, J.D. // Essence (Essence);May90, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p184
Presents guidelines on parenting a child from birth to six years old. Stimulation and exploration; Communications; Unreasonable expectations; Drawbacks; Need for love.
- The middle passage. Oliver, S.S. // Essence (Essence);May90, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p186
Presents guidelines on parenting a child from ages six to twelve. Peer group development; Adult role model search; Passage from elementary school to upper grades.
- Learning to let go. Wesley, V.W. // Essence (Essence);May90, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p188
Presents guidelines for parenting adolescents and young adults. Coping with bad influences; Saying no to drugs; Helping a teen understand his sexuality.