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Apr
18
comment 2.5 years old Kid thinks beating, biting and hurting others is game. How to change that behavior?
+1 for "Biting is not OK. Time for a time out." - while they don't get reasoning at 30 months, they have a good grasp on cause & effect!
Apr
18
answered Is it normal for wife to be angry at baby often?
Apr
18
revised Is it normal for wife to be angry at baby often?
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Apr
18
comment If schools teach phonics correctly?
I've reworded your question as it's picked up some downvotes without any real explanation, if I've changed the meaning or got something wrong feel free to roll-back or make further changes.
Apr
18
revised If schools teach phonics correctly?
added language tag, tried to rephrase as it's a good question but picking up downvotes with no feedback.
Apr
17
comment If schools teach phonics correctly?
"Using phonics to teach basic reading skills leads to great confusion in little heads." compared to what? and therein lies the problem...
Apr
17
revised If schools teach phonics correctly?
Fixed an awful half-sentence and added information on Analytic Phonics.
Apr
16
answered If schools teach phonics correctly?
Mar
26
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Mar
25
answered Isn't it too much having 5 times a week soccer trainings?
Mar
25
revised Isn't it too much having 5 times a week soccer trainings?
Tweaked format to include paragraph break and removed greeting. Tagged Sports
Mar
19
comment How should the children be taught to be wary of physically present strangers?
As per your other question - a good deal more information would be useful before we can give you anything better than you could have googled, the accepted answer makes some good points. For example, what age is the child, what is the area you live in like, what degree of freedom do they have at present, do they attend places or events where there are likely to be groups of adults who know them but they don't know but not well such as clubs/societies. Knowing the risk you're looking to mitigate is helpful too as prioritising one unlikely risk over a likely one may be counterproductive.
Mar
19
comment How should the children be taught to be wary of physically present strangers?
"Today with cell phones, it's easier to keep kids safe than when my kids were children." is one of those points which can unfortunately can work both ways, especially if the risk you plan to mitigate is the more likely one (bullying) than the less likely one (abduction by an unknown 3rd party.) More children commit suicide due to bullying than are killed by strangers... +1'd for noting that merely teaching/telling a child 'rules' is rarely effective.
Mar
19
comment How should the children be taught to be wary of online predators?
I've voted to close this question as at this time it doesn't contain enough information to provide a genuinely useful answer. If an edit can provide useful (and more specific) information then I'll be happy to review it.
Mar
14
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14
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Mar
14
comment Should I allow my preschooler to play with other parents at the playground?
@Maurycy - done, apologies for not doing that sooner.
Mar
14
revised Should I allow my preschooler to play with other parents at the playground?
Added reference and figure as suggested by Maurycy
Mar
5
comment I am 21 and I am terrified beyond belief of my father
@MarchHo - +1 for avoiding addons, CCleaner in particular is an excellent way to break machines.
Jan
27
comment Anything wrong with eggs and bacon every day for my kids' breakfast?
@StuW - while scientific in presentation atkins is almost entirely in opposition to every evidence-based nutritional study going. Ask the AMA, ADA and NIH... for starters.