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"Let's Name the Zones" from Finding Nemo by Liesl
My kids sing along with the bus driver stingray, but kind of garble the names of the zones. I figure they might as well learn this bit of general knowledge. Who knows - it might come up as a million dollar quiz question one day :-) If anyone can hear what is being sung, please post or...
June 15th 04 09:06 PM
by Liesl Go to last post
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5 Year Old Child - Discovered Small lump on Back of Head by Billy
I just discovered a small lump on the back of my 5 year old daughters head that's about the size of a bean or a very large raisin. It's hard and non-moveable. It's parallel to the ear towards the back/bottom/left of her head. Almost feels like part of her head but it definitely protruding and...
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January 11th 07 05:39 PM
by Billy Go to last post
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Rant: Over indulgent parents strike again by Jon Walters
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August 25th 05 03:27 PM
by Scott en Aztlán Go to last post
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IQ Tests For Kids Ages 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18 by etexzan
http://www.kids-iq-tests.com Hello Folks, I know that there are a lot of parents who know that their child is bright. However, they are not sure if their child is gifted. Well, you can lay the curiosity to rest. Alpha Omega Kids IQ Test Center has IQ Tests For Kids ages: 3 -18:...
January 24th 05 01:00 AM
by Jure Sah Go to last post
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Gift ideas for a 13 year old girl (tomboy) by [email protected]
My niece is a little tomboy who's not into pink, or make-up & dresses. Any gift ideas for a 13 year old girl? Thanks.
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May 21st 07 05:51 PM
by Louise Go to last post
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Behind the ear Discharge? by Professor of sour cabbage soup
My 1 year 3 month old son has some strange discharge behind the ear. That's not from inside the ear, it is from behind the ear, in a crevice where the skin of the outer ear meets the back of the head. The discharge dries to a substance that looks like dried egg yolk. The kid is not scratching that...
March 12th 07 07:21 AM
by betsy Go to last post
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How many uniforms for a kindergartener? by Donna Metler[_2_]
For those who have/have had children in schools which use uniforms, do you have any suggestions on how and what to buy? DD will be required to actually wear the full school uniform for parochial school K in the fall (instead of the "clothing that adheres to the dress code" that pre-K is...
February 10th 09 06:10 PM
by betsy Go to last post
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Washing light-up shoes. by Jeannie
Are kids' shoes with blinking lights washable? My daughter had a pee accident in them. Simple surface washing is not an option. Thanks, -- Jeannie E-mail: jeannie at talisweb dot see oh em
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April 12th 05 10:08 PM
by enigma Go to last post
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military schools? by ColoradoSkiBum
Hi all, We're searching for military schools for a middle-school boy. I don't know where to start with this, what to look for or what to expect. Any help out there? We live in Colorado, in case you couldn't tell from the sig. :-) -- ColoradoSkiBum
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April 22nd 13 09:50 AM
by nila11 Go to last post
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How Children REALLY React To Control by Chris
How Children Really React to Control by Thomas Gordon, Ph.D. When one person tries to control another, you can always expect some kind of reaction from the controllee. The use of power involves two people in a special kind of relationship - one wielding power, and the other reacting to it.
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July 20th 04 07:14 PM
by H Schinske Go to last post
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Big Kids Bed by heughins1
My daughter is 16 months. I know this is quite young to start training her on a big kids bed, but my younger daughter (3 months) is outgrowing her cradle. We cannot afford a second crib, so we need to start my oldest on a big kids bed. Does anyone have suggestions on how to do this?
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March 16th 15 11:45 AM
by Carla Keegan Go to last post
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cover article in Time magazine on gifted education by Beliavsky
My wife and I thought this was an interesting article. Here are some excerpts. Other research supporting academic acceleration of gifted student is at http://www.nationdeceived.org/ . http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1653653,00.html Are We Failing Our Geniuses? by John Cloud Time...
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September 18th 07 08:25 PM
by Herman Rubin Go to last post
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Bright 2nd grader & school truancy / part-time home-school? by Vicki
Today we received a warning letter for truancy for our 2nd grader. The principal said she was concerned about dd's absences. I am not concerned about dd's absences--she is bright, she knows the material I don't think the teacher is concerned. But the principal said dd is only allowed 5 excused...
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November 1st 03 10:07 PM
by Belphoebe Go to last post
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Inappropriate Teacher's Dress by Mary
Have any of you faced a teacher, preschool or otherwise that dressed inappropriately? Recently, I experienced a situation with "teachers" (they were actually college students doing a summer intern-job) that wore low ride, cotton, white, mini skirts, with no slips (do people still wear slips?). One...
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August 1st 05 09:39 PM
by Kim E Go to last post
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Question for religious parents by [email protected]
Would you have a problem with your child being friends with an atheist, or being friends with a child who's parents are atheists? The reason I ask is that I am an atheist and I have a daughter who is almost two and I live in a very religious area. Now that my daughter is not really a baby anymore...
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March 14th 06 12:04 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Do you support educational vouchers in schools? by Bob Coleslaw
Is it better for the government to give out vouchers so parents can send their kids to private schools, or to use that money to fix up the public schools? Bob Coleslaw
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June 5th 05 10:08 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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My son has pale gums by Christy84065
Hi. My two year old has pale gums. I noticed it several months ago and tried to find something on the internet, but found nothing. He is in good health other wise. He eats healthy foods and lots of water. He has milk and all dairy products too. I have not limited his diet in any way, except...
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August 8th 04 11:05 PM
by Christy84065 Go to last post
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128 students suspended at Ind. school by nimue
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060827/ap_on_fe_st/dress_code 128 students suspended at Ind. school Classrooms were a little less crowded at Morton High School on the first day of classes: 128 students were sent home for wearing the wrong clothes. Fed up with inappropriate outfits, the principal...
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September 7th 06 04:32 AM
by Cathy Weeks Go to last post
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Pocket money by Welches
I thought I'd try and generate a debate or two as this group seems to have gone fairly quiet barring the spam. I'm going to raise a couple of senarios, that I've been in as a child or a parent or a friend. This one is about pocket money. Three children, two born at the start of the academic...
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April 22nd 13 09:44 AM
by nila11 Go to last post
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How do I use an old Gerry Backpack by gusthebluefish
I picked up a very old Gerry backpack. It is a blue canvas sling on an aluminium frame, shoulder straps but no waist strap. It has an adjustable flap inside, which we assume is the baby height adjustment, is this correct? There is a strap and buckle on the inside left of the seat and a loop on...
March 1st 04 07:34 PM
by Jenn Go to last post
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