Category Archives : Tweens: Early Adolescence

BACK TO SCHOOL THE S.M.A.R.T. WAY

  image from http://www.yukonwellness.ca Back to school is here! I am encouraging kids at all levels to set S.M.A.R.T. Goals for the up-coming academic term! You can get the results you want as long as you keep your mind’s focus on what you want to achieve.Make your academic goals as specific as possible, also make […]

Girls Day

These are the things that children remember most from their days in school. Great job! Girls (and boys) celebrate your potential! Di you think “Girls day” makes a difference for female students?

Parenting a Tweener: A Survival Guide

Early adolescence is a tricky time for parents. Your sweet baby starts testing boundaries and defying rules. Here’s a quick summary of support for you from more4kids. And remember:  No! You are not going crazy and Yes! This too shall pass. http://www.more4kids.info/575/parenting-a-tweener-a-survival-guide/?nomobile=1

Stop Bullying! Idea from TODAY.com

Teacher leads inspiring mission to stop bullying on – TODAY.com So many good ideas are free! Let’s keep creating and keep sharing.  This is such a simple and effective exercise. Check out the link below, http://m.today.com/news/teacher-leads-inspiring-mission-stop-bullying-2D79323842

IS AUTISM REALLY A PUZZLE? THE POWER OF A CAMERA

I thought my experience with this little boy (whose name I was unable to get) was very profound as it never involved “words” but the true understanding of non-verbal communication and the strength of understanding its power when dealing with someone diagnosed with Autism. On April 2, 2013, JASA (Jamaica Autism Support Association) put on […]