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    Protecting against pornography in the digital age

     

    It was inevitable with the birth of the Internet that pornography would wind its way into this new digital territory. With all of the value provided by online information and communication technologies, these advancements have nonetheless also become inextricably linked with developments in pornography distribution. Fortunately, new technology brings not only new outlets for pornography, but also new ways to protect against it. There are several sources of unwanted pornography. The web is the most obvious one, but adult content also makes its way on to external drives (floppy, CD-ROM, DVD and flash), into email attachments and on to files that may be shared in a networked environment. The right software can protect you across all of these distribution avenues. The first factor to evaluate when choosing protection software is how the software does its job. Many products designed to protect against pornography rely on databases of known pornographic web sites. Unfortunately, the speed of life on the Internet means that web sites are added and edited around the clock, and databases quickly grow outdated. The best software solutions use technology that dynamically blocks offensive images before they are displayed and viewed. This type of technology, unlike database-driven software, means that even new threats are recognized and blocked before they hit your screen. Monitoring computer usage goes hand in hand with detecting pornography on the PC. Strong protection software uses two monitoring weapons: a visible deterrent that lets users know they are being monitored, and a reporting function that keeps detailed records of what, when and where pornography is viewed. Sometimes the visible deterrent is enough to ward of inappropriate behavior. When it’s not, automated record-keeping tracks behavior so that you can handle it at your own discretion. Flexibility also impacts the effectiveness of a software solution, which means the software you select should be customizable. The right level of protection depends on the audience, and you need to be able to set the appropriate controls accordingly. This includes both setting sensitivity levels and defining your own known safe (white) and unsafe (black) web sites. The last two key components in protection software are where it works and how much it costs. The where is important because, as the world moves to laptops, a server-based solution is no solution at all. Protection must extend to stand-alone PCs or mobile computers (when not connected to a network). Wherever the user goes, the software shield against pornography should follow. Cost can be either a one-time fee or an ongoing subscription. Are you are willing to shell out dollars on a monthly or annual basis, or would you rather spend money once and avoid ongoing payments? Most filtering protection software products require ongoing payments via a monthly or annual fee, but others that are installed on home computers or business networks are obtained through a one-time license fee. If you prefer to “buy” a solution rather than “rent” it at an ongoing cost, look for one that offers that option. There are a lot of products on the market designed to protect against pornography. Choosing the right one for your home, office or organization will make a critical difference in the quality of your digital life. Evaluate your options and select software that blocks offensive images at the point of display, includes monitoring capabilities and meets the specific needs of your environment. These key elements will steer you toward the highest quality solution for improved online security and productivity.

         
    Pulling the plug on virtual reality tips for parents of teenage mouse potatos

     

    : Any parent of a teenager today who sees their child’s face in full frontal view is lucky indeed. Many of us are accustomed to addressing the back of our offspring’s head, silhouetted against the glowing blue light of the computer screen. It seems like pretty basic common sense that it can’t be great for a kid’s growing body to be sitting motionless in front of a screen all day, so I won’t bore you with all the research. However, the computer is today’s vehicle of choice for the social connections that are so critical to a teenager’s world. The developmental task of the teen years is to master autonomy. Toward this end, many parents wisely allow their teens plenty of freedom to make and learn from mistakes. It can be challenging to sit back and watch your teen experiment with spending too much time at the computer. But if you impose a mandate that he or she ‘get off that computer this instant,’ you are interrupting your child’s natural feedback system before it has a chance to register its own protest regarding the prolonged physical stillness. Here are my sneaky, tried, and true suggestions for helping your teen to find his/her own healthy balance of computer and non-computer time without turning your family life into one big power struggle: Locate the computer within range of your sight and hearing. If it is in your child’s room, have an open door policy. Find a friendly reason to drop in -- deliver a drink and a snack, the mail, or the laundry. While you are nearby, notice what is on display and ask casual questions. When your teen knows you could show up at any second, he or she is more careful about what makes it onto that screen. Show your interest and curiosity by listening to your teen when he or she talks about what is happening in chat rooms or online activities. Pay attention! Don’t freak out, but do feel free to share your values regarding ethics, morality, and problem-solving.

    Offer yourself as a resource if they should ever encounter a situation that troubles them. Share news articles or stories you have heard about internet abuse. No lectures! Just information. Your teen will connect the dots. When you feel they’ve been sitting still for too long, offer to do a more compelling activity together, rather than simply lecture or demand they turn the computer off. Invite your teen to participate in a physical activity WITH YOU. Shoot hoops, play pool, go for a bike ride, go shopping. You know what they like to do best. Offer it! Challenge yourself to make real life more interesting than virtual reality. Ask for help around the house. Often my son gets into command-following autopilot while playing games, so when I ask him to get the clothes out of the dryer he just does it! If he hears the whir of the kitchen mixer, he inevitably comes down to see what I’m baking, and a few minutes later is up to his elbows in cookie batter. Help your teen access and acknowledge their body’s signals. Ask how their eyes, back, or arms are feeling. Just ask, don’t tell!

    Be an impeccable role model. Talk about why you are getting up to stretch now, or how stiff your neck feels when you work online for too long. Turn on loud music and dance around the house to loosen up. All the better if you dance on in to your child’s computer space and hassle them a little bit in a playful way. The bottom line is that the more you try to compel a teenager to do something that is your idea about what is best for them, the less successful you will be! Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to be a living and thriving example of balance. Enjoy real life to the fullest, and invite your teen to join you. Be irresistibly engaged in enjoying physical activity yourself, and you will become more magnetic to your teen than virtual reality. Copyright 2005 Karen Alonge

         
    Puppets turned into muppets under age drinkers

     

    What is it coming too when the law can not uphold the law? with Under age drinkers In their powerless efforts to control the rising problem with under age drinkers the numbers are increasing day by day. How sad for the parents who have tried in vain to put the kids on the straight and narrow. These kids may as well be walking arm in arm with a suicide bomber. Even adults over the years think they have mastered the art of self control when drink symptoms kick in taking the mind and body. I am sorry to say one drink to many and we all end up like a puppet on a string. Coming back to the parents, we have the caring and not so caring mothers and fathers who encourage this behaviour by not knowing where the child is or what they are doing. Your children’s health is at stake here and you need to act now to keep them safe from the harm they are doing to themselves or that of others. We are talking about the kids of the 21st century who I am afraid to say does not fear the police force unlike in our childhood. Police patrol in two’s; a two man army enforcement of the law is not enough to stop a riot. Where is the guarantee for all law abiding citizens who are afraid to go out of their homes or to the local shop because of the masses of beer swilling louts making their lives a misery? Regular detours are taken because of crowded corners of gangs, if the police have no control over the behaviour from under age drinkers then what chance do we have? We all know drink gives us all Dutch courage and if ever bravery medals should be awarded then give it to a drunk. No one will ever be has brave as he/she under the influence. Lessons in controlling under age drinking. Should the right force of authority be authorised to keep law and order to stop this problem from escalating even further, then so be it. Send in the vigilantes because the boys in blue are of no threat to this generation. Our police powers are non existent so their hands may as well be tied behind their backs. If it takes a group of Arnold Schwarzenegger terminator type geezers to patrol the streets to uphold peace and calm, then I am all for that. You may bet the under age drinkers sober up pretty fast and into the bargain less lip. Heights of oblivion where you remember nothing is not having a good time and very dangerous too. So why waste your money. No matter what I say or do is going change the habits of a great many of you but it may help the ones crying out for help I haven’t forgot that I was young once, and there were times when I managed to pull the wool over my mums eyes, but if what I did at the time was going to hurt my parents in a way that it would break their hearts and cause them pain, then there was no way I was going to let that happen to the two closest people in my life. Think of yourself but most of all think of Mum and dad. If drinking is causing you to suffer then please cut down on your intake, it is not the answer but it is half the battle won. Talk to your parents, if they bawl and shout it is only because they care. Remember you always hurt the one you love. So next time mum jumps up to give you a clout, you know it is because she loves you and heaven forbid should you get a good hiding then her love for you is stronger than you will ever know Influenced by alcohol turns puppets into Muppets

         
    Putting some thought into your children s birthday gifts

     

    From very early in my childhood, as soon as I learned to, I loved to write. Stories, thoughts, letters – writing was a great joy for me. On my ninth birthday I received a gift that I will always remember. A friend of my mother’s, whom I’d known from birth, gave me a rather large book. The book was bound in dark leather with a red trim, and had no writing on the outside. When I opened it, there was nothing inside but blank lined pages. I absolutely adored that gift, and even at that young age I realized how much thought this woman put into it. She gave me something that was uniquely special to me. I still have that book; filled with everything from fictional stories to the rambling thoughts of a girl as she struggled to reach adulthood. And each time I look through this book, I remember how special this woman made me feel that day. She told me, without words, that my writing was important. As parents we know that the closer our children’s birthdays get, the more hints and outright pleas we hear for this gift or that gift; usually things that are popular with everyone else their age. This is normal - and it’s also normal for you to buy them at least some of the things that they are asking for when their birthday comes around. It is important, however, that we don’t sell our children short when it comes to what they truly want. Young children rarely ever march up to us and state that they would like to be recognized for their uniqueness, and we usually only hear this from our teenagers when they are angry at the limits we are imposing on them. But it is innate in all humans, no matter what age, to want to be acknowledged for our special qualities, talents, and interests. Realizing this about your children can help you find them one or two gifts, along with the latest popular things, that show them that you know who they are and what makes them special. The child who shows a special interest in nature will love being presented with a book on identifying different types of local plants and animals. Not only did you choose a gift that your child will really use and enjoy, you’ve also just told him that you care about what he is interested in. That matters to your child, whether he expresses this to you or not. Giving your children gifts that say “I appreciate who you are” will not only help build a stronger bond between you, but will also teach them to respect themselves and their uniqueness. It may not happen right away, but one day your adult children may just surprise you by saying, “I remember, and thank you”.

         
    Quench the thirst for knowledge

     

    Education according to the gurus, prepares a child to live in society and the world, as we know it today. It inculcates values and introduces skills the child can hone as he or she grows up to earn a living. While education is a system, learning is a thirst quencher – it satisfies a curiosity and gives wing to imagination. As a parent or caregiver, you need to encourage this thirst for knowledge and nurture the imagination. Education does not begin or end with school and university. One can be educated constantly every moment of life. And, as you know experiences are life’s greatest teachers. Learning has many aspects. The basic aspect is to provide a vitally conducive environment and the appropriate tools to learn. Another is that you as a parent must be prepared to listen and to answer to the best of your ability even awkward questions like “where do babies come from,” or “the meaning of sexy.” A child who is healthy, happy, physically active, and loved learns easily and adjusts to any situation. Every parent wants his or her child to excel and be successful. And, to achieve this you must implement—quick thinking, a sharp brain, a balanced lifestyle, and keep abreast with innovations and advancements in education and educational tools. Tips on How to Stimulate the Brain As you know, it is the brain that helps us think, learn, and retain memories. The cells in the brain are what control most of our sensory functions and an infant’s brain has over 100 billion nerve cells that grow and can be stimulated to function optimally. Imagine recent brain research shows that what parents have been doing for ages – singing, playing, reading, and interacting with their babies and children – is what helps the brain to develop well and healthily. So, when you cuddle your child and sing to it you are in fact, stimulating brain cells. To optimize intelligence, experts recommend that you spend time with your child and be warm and responsive. Take One Step at a Time As a modern day parent, you need to gauge the situation and take steps accordingly. Education is important but does it fulfill its function - this is an important question too. The world’s boundaries are in constant motion and work situations, skills, educational curriculum, and educational goals are constantly changing. The needs are greater and career development has become a lifelong process for children as well as adults. You can stay one-step ahead by comprehending what your role is, for each stage in growth, development traits, career needs. For instance, children who are at pre-kindergarten to the third grade level constantly seek attention and praise. They are known to have boundless energy and tend to consider fantasy as real. At this stage it is important to create a distinction between work and play. At this stage toys and learning material such as those marketed by Smart Neurons will prove beneficial and improve role-playing. Most important never make decisions for your child—make decisions with your child. Prepare for the 21st century It is advancements in technology that is taking learning forward by leaps and boundsputers, CDs, DVDs, and audio-visual aids enhance learning, create a curiosity, give flight to creativity, and increase communications ten-fold. Innovative learning tools designed by firms like Smart Neurons expose the minds of children to a great variety of situations and use role playing and other developmental tools to develop informal reasoning in children and help children use their intelligence to arrive at logical and practical conclusions. Learning through technology can help children develop eye-hand coordination and great strategy skills. It also improves thinking ability, encourages children to seek and find answers or solutions to problems and helps enhance people skills. Parents can take the initiative to integrate technology in learning and discover along with their children the “magical” world of computers and interactive learning systems.

         
    Quick and easy snacks for your toddler

     

    Your growing toddler needs to snack quite a few times a day in addition to eating regular meals with the rest of the family. Here are a few quick and easy snack ideas that you can put together in just a few minutes. You toddler will enjoy these yummy snacks. Ham and Cheese Crackers Cut up some pieces of ham and cheese and serve them with some crackers. If you want to make it fun, use a cookie cutter to cut fun shapes out of the cheese. Fruit Dip Caution, this can get a little messy! Cut up some fruit in bite size chunks and serve with a small bowl of yogurt. Encourage your toddler to dip the fruit in the yogurt. This is an easy way to get your toddler to eat a serving of fruit, while also getting some extra calcium and protein in his/her diet from the yogurt. Low Sugar Cereal I always keep a box of low sugar cereal like cheerios in my pantry. They make a great snack with a little milk, or even just a bowl of dry cereal. Dry cereal also make a great take-along snack. Just throw a serving in a Ziploc bag and toss it in your purse. Veggies and Dip Keep some cut up veggies in the fridge. Small pieces of carrot, peeled cucumber, celery as well as small sections of broccoli and cauliflower all make great finger food for toddlers. Make sure the pieces are very small to prevent choking or steam them to soften them up. Serve with a little ranch dressing if desired. Peanut Butter Sandwich A PB&J has been a snack staple for ages. Mix things up by toping the peanut butter with some thin slices of apple or banana instead of the jelly. Or try smearing the peanut butter on a tortilla. Add jelly and roll it up. Cut the rolled up tortilla into strips for a fun new way to eat a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Quick Cheese Quesadilla Place a soft tortilla on a microwave safe plate. Top one half with cheese and fold the other half over it. Microwave 30-60 seconds or until the cheese is melted. Cut into wedges and let it cool a little before serving. Quick Smoothie Throw half a banana or some berries in a blender along with some vanilla yogurt and a splash of milk. Add a little ice if desired and blend until smooth. Serve in a sippy cup or with a straw for a quick fruit smoothie. Your toddler will love drinking a milkshake for a snack. Give these fast, easy and healthy snack ideas for your toddler a try. By the way, these make great snacks for everyone else in the family as well – including mom.

         
    Quiet time for parents

     

    OK, so that title sounds like a pipe dream for a lot of parents. You're probably busy taking care of your children all day, and if they're too small for school you don't get that break. But there are still ways to get some quiet time. One way is to have your spouse take the kids for a day. If your spouse works outside the home while you stay home with the kids, that doesn't mean you deserve a seven day workweek every weeke to an agreement about when you can have time for yourself. The amount and frequency will of necessity depend on the hours your spouse works. If your spouse or significant other is working two jobs to keep you home with the kids, you can't expect him to give up his one day off too often so you can go relax. Keep it fair to both of you. If that simply cannot work for you, no matter the reason, try making arrangements with a friend. Trade babysitting in the middle of the day if you're both at home. The kids will get to play with each other, and you'll get a break without spending money on a sitter. Make sure you do the same for your friend. You may also be able to make arrangements with family members. Another option is to take time after the kids are all in bed and asleep. Even a half hour soaking in a bubble bath can work wonders for frayed nerves. Set up your bath in whatever way you find to be most relaxing - candles, music, books, etc. Sometimes, of course, the need for time for yourself will hit in the middle of the day when no one is available to help. What you do then will depend on the age of your children. If you have an infant, there just isn't too much you can do. If they've been crying enough to get to you, you may have to walk out of the room for a few minutes, but make sure the room is a safe one first and do not go far. Take a few deep breaths and relax. If you find that isn't working, it may be time for a change of scenery with your infant. Go for a walk, sit in the back yard, just get out of the house for a while. You may not even have to drive to find a better place to enjoy your infant. Just remember, they are infants for a short time only, and while it may be dragging now, it will later seem to have flown by. Enjoy it as best you can. As children become toddlers, it becomes more difficult in some ways to get quiet time when you just need a break. You have to create a much safer area for them to play and ensure they stay there. For some children, their bedroom is simply ideal for this situation. A childproofed bedroom with some special toys can keep a toddler busy for some time. Older children, can, of course, be sent outside to play when you need a break, weather permitting. It's not only a good breather for you as a parent, it gets them away from the TV and video games and into some exercise. How much you need to supervise them will of course depend on their ages and your comfort level. It may not take a huge break from your children to make you feel much better and more relaxed. If the stress of parenting is getting to you, take some time for yourself, get relaxed and think about why you are getting stressed. You might just come up with a solution for your family.

         
    Raising emotional intelligence through play

     

    Every day, children face mental and emotional challenges that require patience, understanding and good judgment. How can parents teach their children to cope with this complex world? Oikos Global has created games designed to do just that. Oikos Games 1, 2 and 3, each aimed at a different age group, help children raise their emotional intelligence through rewards and consequences, repetition and play. The games involve various interpersonal situations that children may encounter in their lives. Through lively participation and dynamic interchange between parents and children, the games reinforce positive behavior. "As a learning tool, Oikos Game provides a venue for players to talk about emotional and interpersonal skills while having fun," said Dr. Michael Rayel, a psychiatrist and inventor of Oikos Games. Oikos Games focus on developing positive social skills for children and young teens to reduce conflict and increase their self esteem. Here are a few of the skills that the games teach: * Assertiveness: This involves expressing one's desires, opinions and ideas in a tactful way to avoid hurting the feelings of others. * Active listening: This aims at improving empathy through frequent eye contact and the use of gestures and verbal cues to encourage open communication. * Anger management: This concerns techniques to increase self-control. Children learn how to cool down and to explore alternative behaviors. Oikos also offers daily inspirational cards to encourage principles of success, such as "be persistent," accompanied by a mini-biography of a famous person who illustrates this idea. Several Oikos games and products, including Fikloo and Wordigy, have won the 2006 Parent to Parent Adding Wisdom Award given by Martin-Ola Press, a Missouri-based company. The award recognizes "products of outstanding quality that support family values." Products are judged based on how they help children grow ethically, socially, intellectually, emotionally and physically. Oikos Global, too, honors and recognizes children and teenagers who have made a positive difference in their schools and communities through its own Oikos Global Award.

         
    Raising a healthy and fit child

     

    It’s alarming to read the headlines of the newspaper and think parents today might be outliving their children. The rise in childhood obesity has increased the incidence and prevalence of medical conditions in children, in the past that had been rare. More frequently, cases of obesity related diseases such as type 2 diabetes and hypertension are being treated in children. These diseases were once thought of as adult conditions. The two most important things a parent can do to prevent childhood disease is to develop a family lifestyle of healthy eating habits and being physically active. The exercise goal for children is to teach children the importance of movement. Don’t allow them to sit for prolonged periods of time in front of the computer, TV, or electronic games. Have them go outside to play or ride their bike. As a child I liked to play with my Barbie dolls. I could spend hours in my bedroom, very quietly playing. I remember my mom used to call me and tell me to go outside and play. It didn’t matter if it was cold or hot outside. She just wanted me to get fresh air and exercise. Exercise should be fun and non-competitive for children. If your child is currently not doing any form of movement, have him/her start off slowly and easily so he/she doesn’t get too tired and frustrated with feeling out-of-shape. If the child experiences fun and success in exercise activity, it will keep the child going. Scientists have discovered something called a “thrift gene.” People who have this genetic profile are more likely to develop obesity and even worse, Type II diabetes – if they live in an environment that promotes a sedentary lifestyle combined with an overabundance of food. Genetics may be a factor, but sedentary lifestyle is becoming more prevalent in today’s children. Move it or lose it. Studies of the effects of prolonged bed rest or weightlessness in astronauts have taught us that by not carrying our weight around, we lose muscle tissue. Just as a leg gets thinner when it’s put in a cast, so our muscles get smaller if we aren’t active. The window of opportunity to learn and integrate new skills is much greater in the brains of children than adults. Muscles depend on the brain, too. Waiting until your child is an adult to use muscles is a far greater challenge than putting them to work during their young adolescent years. Listed below are a few ideas and strategies to get your child active and keep moving. • Be creative in finding playful exercises for children both indoors and outdoors. • Make fun choices for the family to be active together. • When your child first gets home from school, allow him/her to play now and work on homework later. • Exercise keeps dieting children healthy. • Exercise is healthy for children with stress and depression, it builds their self-confidence. • Strength training for kids includes organized sports and playful activities like climbing trees, monkey bars or swings, skipping rope or hop-scotch, gymnastics, dancing, martial arts, etc. Remember that exercise and physical activity should be considered a fun activity where the entire family participates. Active parents breed active children. Parents, don’t blame your child for being inactive if you aren’t being a fit role model for them. For motivation, information and tips on exercise, go to easyexercisetips

         
    Raising baby on the cheap

     

    Have you ever read those reports on the cost of raising a child? The last time I checked, I was told that it would cost the astronomical figure of $430,470 to raise my baby... and that didn't include college tuition! The people who come up with these figures must not be very creative. Some of the best things you can do for your child are free or very inexpensive. Here are some tips for raising kids on the cheap. 1) Breastfeed You can save roughly $1,000 in formula costs alone in your baby's first year by breastfeeding. Check out this report: natural-moms/cost_of_baby_formula. html This figure doesn't include the extra costs you would incur from Doctor visits and medications. Breastfed babies are less likely to need medical care and don't get sick as often as their formula fed peers. Formula feeding increases a baby's risk of both acute and chronic health problems not only during childhood but well into adulthood. If you're a working and breastfeeding Mother, you're less likely to miss work than if you were formula feeding. In addition, a breastfed baby can go straight from the breast to an open cup, thus eliminating pacifiers, bottles and sippy cups. Even baby food is not necessary. The healthiest first foods for baby are fresh fork-mashed avocado, banana, sweet potato and the like. If you're breastfeeding, you may be able to delay the introduction of solids until as late as 8 or 9 months. 2) Use Cloth Diapers All I am saying...is give cloth a chance! The modern cloth diapers are nothing like Grandma's. The nicer ones are made from high tech materials that wick moisture away from baby, and utilize snaps or velcro to close instead of pins. They save you a lot of money especially if you save them and use them again for subsequent children. You can buy them cheaply at thrift stores, online auctions, and diaper services (check your phone book for listings). Or ask for cloth diapers as shower gifts. 3) Rethink your Needs Think about what you REALLY need to raise your baby. A lot of the expensive items sold in baby stores are completely unnecessary and some are even harmful. Most of the people raising children on the planet today do so without cribs, walkers (which Pediatricians recommend against anyway!), playpens, changing tables, swings, "educational" toys, etc. Many Moms have found that a soft cloth carrier or baby sling was the only gadget they really needed. Baby is happy, stimulated by your activities and entertained. And Mom can get stuff done! The best toys are simple and classic and require imagination. These are often the least expensive too! And most kids do best with few toys that are rotated. Think back to your own childhood...what were your favorite toys? If you can even remember them, they were probably not loud, flashy electronic battery powered gadgets. Your best childhood memories probably come from activities...playing in Grandma's backyard, going places with Mom and Dad, the simple things. For the baby stuff you really can't live without... 4) Buy or Obtain Used Let friends know that you welcome hand-me-downs and you'll be blessed with all sorts of great stuff! High quality clothing and baby equipment generally doesn't wear out from just one child's use. For safety, check to make sure items haven't been recalled and get the owner's manuals from the manufacturer's websites. (The one exception would be child safety seats. Always buy those new.) Shop at thrift and consignment shops and online auctions. Some of the very best deals can be found at regional consignment sales. Check local parenting magazines and websites for the locations of these. Personally, I prefer used clothing because much new clothing has been treated with flame retardants and other scary chemicals that can be absorbed into children's softer skin. Being a frugal parent minimizes the impact on the environment, saves you money and models a healthy lifestyle to your kids. Teach your kids what really matters in life...people, not things!

         
    Raising bilingual children 10 tips for boosting the minority language

     

    : Your toddler may think that he or she’s a complete superhero -- and when it comes to language acquisition, it’s actually true! In particular, compared to adult language learners. Lena Sandvik in Boston says “I’m amazed that my 15 and 11 year olds have grown up to be completely bilingual. My accent and those silly, grammatical errors still haven’t disappeared, even after 15 years in the country.” As easy as acquiring multiple languages is for small children, the single most important factor in language learning is the quantity of spoken language addressed to the child. So, if you worry that you aren’t providing enough, here are a few tricks to boost your superhero’s inherent powers. 

    1. Other kids: Join (or start) a playgroup for the second language. Children of all ages will learn from each other; there simply are no better language teachers than other kids. An added bonus will be that you will connect with other parents of bilingual children.
    2. Books: Of course you know how vital those precious one-on-one moments are, but remember that they can be infused with language learning also. Books are the most effective tool for teaching language, and so I advise all parents: “Start reading at birth and never stop!” A good way to add to reading time (and make it really personal) is to create a dialogue, encouraging your child's comments, responses, and elaborations. Talk about what the characters are like and what they might be doing next. 
    3. The right stuff: From books, add video, television and games. There are a multitude of aides towards fluency. In particular, games that use rhyming will make the most of language memory, but “I Spy”, “Bingo” and “Memory” with picture cards will also playfully build vocabulary. 
    4. Sing and dance: Children absolutely love music, but don't rely solely on recorded music; your own singing, even if it is off-key, will still serve to unite melody and words for your child more surely than any professional recording ever could. Melody is also a fantastic memory aid. Think about how much easier children learn their ABCs when they sing them, compared to just reciting them. And, the combination of music with movement and gestures will enliven it all -- as well as provide a nice outlet for squirmy toddlers.
    5. Tap into their interests: Whatever your child’s enthusiasms may be -- whether a love of soccer, dance, or horses -- make an effort to ‘involve’ these passions in the minority language. ”My 3-year old son is a really big “Bob de Bouwer” (Bob the Builder) fan,” says Martijn Fredriks. “So now we always watch it in Dutch, and he’s even started speaking in Dutch when he plays with the Bob the Builder toys.” 
    6. Be creative: The trick is to give the child lots to talk about, so draw out that conversation! Encourage them to make up their own stories, play dress-up and pretend in the second language. Even painting, working with sidewalk chalk, or molding clay usually creates more vocabulary than art! Older children may enjoy calling or using a webcam for calls overseas (one such free service is Skype).
    7. Outside the box: Isabella Vellaccio, a mother in Washington DC, who reached beyond the obvious says, “I wanted my son to hear Italian from someone else than just me, and the playgroups were all during my working hours.” Isabella decided to attend the church coffee after the Italian mass on Sundays. “The older Italian parishioners were thrilled to see him learn Italian.” Needless to say, with that much attention, and Italian cookies, he loved it.”
    8. Baby sitter: Find a college student who speaks the language, or for something more consistent, try a nanny or an au-pair.
    9. Visits: The ultimate language boost is to visit the country where it is spoken. Total immersion for a couple of weeks has an amazing effect. And visits from friends or family also provide a valuable boost.
    10. Enthusiasm: While the quantity of spoken language is the most important factor in learning a language, the second most vital ingredient is the amount of positive feedback the child hears. Early on, when a child is struggling to get those first syllables out, resist the urge to correct…it can actually inhibit language skills. 
    There is a myriad of ways to ensure that foreign language time is “quality time,” but like any other aspect of parenting: trust your judgment, employ your imagination, and listen very, very well.

         
    Raising bilingual children is it too late to start now

     

    : “After we talked, I’ve spoken nothing but French to my one year old for close to seven weeks now. All of his new words are French, and from what I can tell he understands me completely.” Not even two months into her campaign to raise her two children speaking French as well as English, Sheilagh Margot Riordan in Forida has noticed a dramatic difference in the progress between her two children: “My three and a half year old is much trickier. Even though I speak only French to her, she replies in English, but I guess that she understands about 70% of everything I say.” Frankly, Sheilagh worries that it’s already too late for her over-the-hill three-year-old to become a fluent bilingual. In our culture it sometimes feels that if you didn’t spring for ballet lessons at two or violin at three, it’s all over. While there’s no doubt that the optimal moment to start learning languages is at birth, it’s not at all impossible to achieve fluency later in life. The more language interaction you provide, the more dramatic the progress, and the easier for the child. Even older children are still kids, and they’ll remain chatty and unhampered by self-consciousness. Still, transitioning into multilingualism will require motivation; here are several tried-and-true tips. You know how when you announce that it’s bedtime, your kid says, “Why?” You’ll get the same reaction to your new language program. "Why do I have to say it in Korean if I know how say it in English already?" This is a fair question, and the answer needs to be either one of necessity, fun, or flattery. Not much else will fly. Here are some possible answers: “Because I/granny/everyone else here only speak Korean.” “This book/this game/this song is in Korean.” “Because you did it sooo well yesterday.” “So you can teach it to baby Ethan when he is a big boy like you.” “So you and Greg can have your own secret language.” After the explanation your next step will be to speak only in the minority language yourself (or nanny, or whoever is your child’s primary language source). When you get confusion and glazed looks, translate. And, be reasonable; accept replies in the primary language when you first start out.

    • When your child answers back in the community language, say "Yes," and then repeat the sentence in the minority language.
    • If you know your child is able to say a particular word, but is struggling to remember it, jog her memory by providing the first syllable.
    • Be careful not to dampen her enthusiasm. Don’t make speaking the second language an inflexible rule or something that becomes onerous.
    • You’ll just inspire revolution in the ranks. You might require adherence to the language rules you’ve set up if you know she has the vocabulary – just as you demand ‘pleases’ and ‘thank yous.’ For example, when you’re child is asking for a glass of milk, you can require that she ask for it in the minority language. But if she's excited about telling you what happened at the circus, just listen, and then repeat it back in the second language. That way, you provide her the missing vocabulary in a positive way.
    • And, as always, praise endlessly. Even when you are providing translations or the child has just issued sixteen grammatical errors in a four-word sentence. In fact, a child simply doesn’t understand if you try to correct her before the age of three. Instead, just repeat the words correctly (a process known as modeling). Alternatively, you can make a joke and say, "Oops, that came out wrong!" Laugh and provide the right way of saying it, so you keep it playful rather than corrective.
    Countless parents have asked me: "So now, how do we now stay firm with our new language system?" Once the child has the vocabulary to understand the second language, sticking to the language strategy is essential -- if you don’t, you’re back to square one and the community language! Just think of the things you could never let your child do, even if she begs, whines, and tantrums: things such as riding in a car without a seatbelt, not brushing her teeth, or crossing the street by herself. Don’t negotiate about using the language any more than you do about these things, and she will get the picture eventually -- despite the occasional earful. Give it at least six months, and your persistence will be richly rewarded. Sheilagh says that she realizes her trouble is well worth it and has stopped worrying about beginning too late: “Instead of looking at the things I should have done (speak French since birth), I am looking at the great achievements we have made so far.”

         
    Raising bilingual children the 5 most common myths

     

    : “Doesn’t she speak English? Oh, I see -- both Swedish and English. Doesn’t that get awfully confusing? Swedish, you said -- when will she use that?” Get used to hearing these kinds of things. You’ll get opinions from the barista at Starbucks, your mother-in-law, even your neighbors and strangers on the street. Remember, being a trendsetter always ruffles some feathers, and the best way to deal with unsolicited advice (other than running for the door) is to know the facts for yourself.  Here are the most persistent myths on raising bilingual children: “Your child will be confused by learning more than one language.”  This belief is prevalent in monolingual countries and has far more politics than science to back it up. Rest assured that your child's little brain has more than enough neurons firing to cope with two languages (or even more) without frizzing out. On the contrary, decades of research in countless studies actually show significant cognitive advantages to being multilingual. And what about the experience of millions of families around the world where multilingualism is the norm, not the exception? Just look at Canada, Belgium, Switzerland, and Finland -- to mention a few. “I can see two languages, maybe, but more than that is too much.”  Considering how much babies have to learn in their first years of life, another language really doesn't add much to the load. As long the child is getting regular interactions in the second (or third) language, there won’t be problems. There is a reason why a two-year old child has fifty percent more synapses than an adult! Also, even if your child does not end up speaking all the languages, don’t underestimate the value of a passive language, i. e. understanding it but not yet speaking it. If you already understand a language it is magnitudes easier to learn it later in school or as an adult, compared to someone who’d never heard it before. So, even ‘just’ understanding another language is definitely not a wasted effort.  “Your kid is going to get all these languages mixed up.” It is true that some mixing will occur, but that is both harmless and temporary. As the child builds her vocabulary in each language, this phenomenon automatically disappears. How many monolingual children automatically fix mistakes after correct usage has been learned?  For example, children begin by saying things like “Me want,” when they mean "I want." And how many of them are still saying, “Me want,” at five? Eventually, the multilingual child learns correct usage in the same fashion as any other child. If you don’t mix languages in your own conversation, it’ll make it much simpler for your child to remain consistent as well. “Why start now? Later your kid will pick it up in no time.” For all those who think it’s a huge intellectual burden on your child to grow up with multiple languages, there’ll be those who will tell you how easy it is. “Just go to a Spanish playgroup once a week. You don’t have to speak it yourself to her all the time!” This is highly unrealistic. Studies indicate that children need exposure to a different language about one third of their waking hours to become actively bilingual. They’ll understand a lot with less interaction, but they probably won’t be able to speak it themselves. Learning a second language is simple for children, relative to adults, but a child needs to hear a word thousands of times in all kinds of contexts before it sticks -- unless it’s a bad word, then miraculously you only have to say it once… “Reading and writing in several languages? Some kids can’t even handle that in one language.”  It’s true that many children have difficulties reading and writing well. However, reading and writing is a ‘coding / decoding’ process and is not linked to the number of languages a child speaks, as such -- although it could involve multiple alphabets, and then be a bit more work. Interestingly enough, access to multiple languages actually makes it easier for children to understand the nature of language itself, which, in turn, improves overall literacy skills. Research supports what many parents have long felt: that multilingual children have better-developed linguistic understanding. Still, if you are in a hurry or find that politely ignoring the groundless opinions thrown your way doesn’t work, you can always ask if they think Einstein’s intellect suffered growing up with both German and Italian. And, he didn’t start talking until he was three years old either, but he certainly seemed to make up for lost time.

         
    Raising bilingual children what are the drawbacks

     

    : I speak Swedish and my husband’s native language is English. When we had our two children, we had no doubt that we wanted to raise them with equal access to both languages. Now, years later, when I’ve made promoting multilingual child-raising not just my avocation, but my vocation as well, people ask me for the straight story, warts and all. “What is the difference, raising bilingual children?” “What do you wish you knew before you got started?” It’s clear to most of us that speaking multiple languages is a good thing, and learning multiple languages in the early years is a nearly effortless means to fluency. Your multilingual child will have a head start in schools during a time when more and more of them are requiring a foreign language. And once your kid knows two languages, the move to three, or four is much easier. Counter-intuitively, the effects of growing up bilingually include superior reading and writing skills in both languages, as well as better analytical, social, and academic skills. Parents who are themselves involved in high level careers are already well aware that professional prospects abound for those with fluency in multiple languages. So, that all sounds well and good, but what are the real drawbacks? 1 Delay. Multilingual children tend to speak a little later than their peers. Although there is no solid scientific evidence to suggest a delay in speech, anecdotally there is a real sense among parents that multilinguals start talking three to six month later than monolingual children. If you think about it, it makes sense that a child learning two or more language systems might take more time, since they are actually learning twice as many words. But rest assured, even if your child did not walk at nine months, eventually he ended up walking just as well as those precocious ones. The same thing holds true for language, even when you are talking about more than one. Guaranteed! 2 Mixing. Children learning two languages often slip back and forth between them, mixing up their words.

    This can disturb the parents, but can be even more alarming to the uninitiated. No worries. This tendency will pass once the child has built a large enough vocabulary -- around the age of four or five.

    Remember monolingual three year olds often struggle to find the right word, and for that matter, adults don’t always find it easy to express themselves effectively. In some ways, the multilingual kid has an advantage -- if he can’t think of the correct word in Vietnamese, for example, then he can say it in English. While the rest of us are speechless. 3 Effort. Perhaps the most easily overlooked drawback to taking the multilingual path is that it requires more effort on the part of the parents. Raising a multilingual child is a commitment.

    Much like piano lessons, you can't expect your little one to be a virtuoso overnight. Language learning is a long-term investment in your child and will require that you are able to provide enough language exposure. At times, you’ll probably need to boost the second language and offer some extra encouragement. You’ll need the persistence required to keep your family language rules as consistent as possible.

    But, if you can keep faith for the first four or five years while a solid language foundation is put in place, things get easier. Incidentally, the multilingual second child is a breeze, if your first child was raised that way. Your first will end up doing a lot of the work for you by simply being a natural chatterbox. There's no doubt that multilingual children have more advantages, but it can feel a bit overwhelming to someone already struggling with diapers and feeding schedules; however, I have yet to meet a single parent who regretted the decision. But, the appreciation from your child, as usual, is probably another 20 years out.

         
    Raising confident girls

     

    Many parents today have discovered an enjoyable way to help their daughters develop self-confidence and learn to express themselves freely-two proven traits that help kids resist peer pressure. Young girls can learn these and other important characteristics through movies, DVDs and games, as well as in role playing. According to experts at Columbia University Medical Center, a youngster with healthy self-esteem is better able to resist negative peer pressure than one who is insecure. Fortunately, parents can help by staying involved. As they watch a DVD with their children, parents can point out when the characters are acting with self-reliance and then ask their own girls what they would do in similar situations. Messages such as positive self-assurance, building self-esteem and independence can be found in a series of films starring the popular Bratz dolls characters. For example, the new CGI-animated, full-length film "Bratz: Genie Magic," available on DVD from Fox Home Entertainment, follows the Bratz on a magical adventure. Yasmin, Cloe, Sasha and Jade think it's their lucky day when they make friends with a teenaged genie named Katia. She has magical powers and, best of all, she can grant wishes. They don't expect things to get wild and crazy when a secret is revealed about the genie girl that thrusts the Bratz into a world of intrigue and adventure. The movie, which features the voices of Tia Mowry and Soleil Moon Frye, brings the popular girls to life like never before and addresses life-building situations. Young women can learn valuable lessons that can be applied to their everyday lives from the Bratz adventures. The DVD teaches young girls important lessons such as having your own peace of mind and taking actions based on what you believe is right. Don't be afraid to ask questions and have the courage to have an opinion. Don't always believe what people tell you. Ask questions if it seems wrong and make up your own mind. Also, don't be afraid to speak up and say what you feel. Your opinion matters.

         
     
         
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