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Sticky Thread Sticky: [FAQ] m.k.m. Subject Tags, Acronyms, and Terms by Moderation Team
Following are some of the acronyms, subject tags (abbreviations that appear in brackets in some subject headers) and Usenet terms you may see in misc.kids.moderated. SUBJECT TAGS misc.kids.moderated currently uses a few subject tags to helps readers navigate the...
July 5th 06 07:04 PM
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[FAQ] Posting guidelines for misc.kids.moderated by Moderation Team
(revised 3/28/2001) Welcome to misc.kids moderated! This is a moderated newsgroup for parents and other people concerned with raising children. Following are the posting guidelines for this newsgroup. This message includes the following sections: 1. Topics and posting policies from the...
February 5th 06 08:21 PM
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Parenting a difficult teen by [email protected]
Hi I have just re-found this group. I used to subscribe to misc.kids hundreds of years ago when the internet had hardly just begun and my kids were just babies. Now, firstborn is almost 15 and life is pure hell. She's in trouble at school (truanting, being temporarily excluded, failing, low...
January 28th 06 07:28 AM
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Would you travel more if you didn't have kids? by Claire Petersky
We recently had a dinner party, one couple, and four guests who were single. After the party, one of my husband's comments was how much everyone there travels. One of the guests left the party early because she was flying out to Hawaii early the next morning. People talked about diving in the Red...
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January 16th 06 04:41 AM
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parent teacher relationships by [email protected]
My children go to medium sized elementary school, which has a very active PTA and parent participation is high. Two of the parents in my child's third grade class have formed very personal relationships with the teacher, one of the mother frequently socializes with the teacher outside of work...
January 8th 06 12:30 AM
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[FAQ] m.k.m. Subject Tags, Acronyms, and Terms by Moderation Team
Following are some of the acronyms, subject tags (abbreviations that appear in brackets in some subject headers) and Usenet terms you may see in misc.kids.moderated. SUBJECT TAGS misc.kids.moderated currently uses a few subject tags to helps readers navigate the newsgroup more easily. These tags...
January 5th 06 09:16 PM
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[FAQ] Posting guidelines for misc.kids.moderated by Moderation Team
(revised 3/28/2001) Welcome to misc.kids moderated! This is a moderated newsgroup for parents and other people concerned with raising children. Following are the posting guidelines for this newsgroup. This message includes the following sections: 1. Topics and posting policies from the...
January 5th 06 09:15 PM
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Length of Christmas Break by Scott
The schools here this year have a *very* short break. DD and DS were in school all day on Friday the 23rd (!!) and they return on Wednesday the 3rd. I think this is just the right size (we don't travel for the holidays). Next year they go back to 2+ full weeks. I'm just curious what others have...
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January 3rd 06 10:40 PM
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laundry and house cleaning poll - for those with little ones! by Penny Gaines
dkhedmo wrote: With a 5.5yo and a 1.5yo, I'm killing myself trying to keep up with the mounds of laundry that accumulate and I'm wondering if I'm creating my own circle of hell by using too many clothes over the course of the day/week. So, a little poll on laundry and other housecleaning...
December 17th 05 01:39 PM
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laundry and house cleaning poll - for those with little ones! by Claire
dkhedmo wrote: With a 5.5yo and a 1.5yo, I'm killing myself trying to keep up with the mounds of laundry that accumulate and I'm wondering if I'm creating my own circle of hell by using too many clothes over the course of the day/week. So, a little poll on laundry and other housecleaning...
December 16th 05 05:46 PM
by Scott Go to last post
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[FAQ] m.k.m. Subject Tags, Acronyms, and Terms by Moderation Team
Following are some of the acronyms, subject tags (abbreviations that appear in brackets in some subject headers) and Usenet terms you may see in misc.kids.moderated. SUBJECT TAGS misc.kids.moderated currently uses a few subject tags to helps readers navigate the newsgroup more easily. These tags...
December 5th 05 08:26 PM
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[FAQ] Posting guidelines for misc.kids.moderated by Moderation Team
(revised 3/28/2001) Welcome to misc.kids moderated! This is a moderated newsgroup for parents and other people concerned with raising children. Following are the posting guidelines for this newsgroup. This message includes the following sections: 1. Topics and posting policies from the...
December 5th 05 08:26 PM
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Cranium games--which one? by Chris
I have heard and read that the Cranium games are fun and thought of getting one as a gift this year. I didn't realize there are about 10 different versions! Any thoughts on which would be the most appropriate for a family with a 10 and 14 year old boys? Chris
November 29th 05 11:25 AM
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Halloween candy by Claire Petersky
My husband thinks it's unreasonable for me to buy Halloween candy 3 weeks in advance, and for me to expect that there still to be Halloween candy in the house by Halloween. Since I managed not to eat any Halloween candy, I don't think this is so unreasonable to expect others to exercise...
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November 22nd 05 02:29 AM
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Another homework responsibility question by beeswing
My 5th grade daughter just started private middle school (5th through 8th), and the teacher is assigning what she calls a "weekly." It comes out every Thursday and the work on it needs to be done by the following Thursday. There's probably up to an hour of work a day, if it were evenly spread out...
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November 18th 05 02:47 PM
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Funny remail by Claire Petersky
I got this from someone, and thought it was funny enough to sha --- The Twenty Things That Parents Never Say by Gervase Phinn Of course you can have more pocket money I bought those chocolate biscuits just for you No, it won't hurt to leave your bike out in the rain The telephone is free if...
November 16th 05 10:53 PM
by Dawn Go to last post
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Need ideas for encouraging budding animator by Robin
My son, 12yo, is showing an interest in, and some talent for, computer animation. Like a lot of kids, he enjoys comic strips and classic comics and also draws his own comics (his writing is better than his artwork). He's also familiar with a lot of styles of cartoons, from Rocky & Bullwinkle and...
November 16th 05 07:33 PM
by Noreen Go to last post
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Inconsiderate drivers and kids who walk to school by Claire Petersky
My daughter walks or rides her scooter or bike to her elementary school every day. Because the route goes on a footpath, it's only a quarter mile; the route by motor vehicle is four times longer. The biggest problem right now the kids walking is all the other parents who drive. She only has...
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November 15th 05 03:23 AM
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Computer monitoring by Greg
Greetings all. I'm a father of one teenaged daughter, and another teeneager-to-be (not too soon, thank the Gods!) As with any household, the use of the computer has become quite an issue. Parental controls on my AOL account don't seem to be enough. She still manages to find her way to...
November 13th 05 11:54 PM
by Jeff Go to last post
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[FAQ] Posting guidelines for misc.kids.moderated by Moderation Team
(revised 3/28/2001) Welcome to misc.kids moderated! This is a moderated newsgroup for parents and other people concerned with raising children. Following are the posting guidelines for this newsgroup. This message includes the following sections: 1. Topics and posting policies from the...
November 5th 05 08:20 PM
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[FAQ] m.k.m. Subject Tags, Acronyms, and Terms by Moderation Team
Following are some of the acronyms, subject tags (abbreviations that appear in brackets in some subject headers) and Usenet terms you may see in misc.kids.moderated. SUBJECT TAGS misc.kids.moderated currently uses a few subject tags to helps readers navigate the newsgroup more easily. These tags...
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