Top 5 links for parents April 26 to May 2

by ParentCo. May 02, 2015

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Raising Your Successful 35-Year-Old “We should be thinking about the adult we’re raising from the day our children are born,” says Dr. Ginsburg, and that means looking past the goals immediately in front of them to the tenacious, resilient, empathetic, innovative person you hope they will become. NYTimes.com What to Do When a Child Loses Your Trust What do you do when you trust your child, and she blows it? NYTimes.com What Can Technology Do for Tomorrow’s Children? Teachers are helping students to leverage technology as a platform for collaboration, creativity, and self-expression, but we can and need to do more. Medium Love, not marriage, gives children a stable home The claim that children are suffering from a ‘trend away from marriage’ fails to recognise the many other ways to provide a happy home environment The Guardian Pros And Cons Of Screen Time For Kids Pros include "Finite battery life an important lesson on mortality" while cons include "Looming threat that toddler might reveal spoilers" The Onion


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