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    Seventh-day Adventist Beliefs Grade 5-Lifelong
    What do Seventh-day Adventists believe? This page explains the structure of Adventist beliefs, and allows visitors to click for more information on each category or belief.

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    A Mother's Redemptive Gift 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article reminds the reader of the need to show love in our families on a daily basis.

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    After the Wedding Comes the Marriage Tertiary-Lifelong
    How to deal with conflicts to build and keep a strong marriage. This information can be useful for other types of relationships too.

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    An Analysis of Spiritual Factors on Academic Achievement in Seventh-day Adventist Schools Tertiary
    This study asked the question: Do spiritual factors impact academic achievement? The subjects in this study were all students in grades 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 11, in Seventh-day Adventist schools in the United States and Bermuda, from 2006 to 2008. The compilation...

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    An analysis of spiritual factors on academic achievement in Seventh-day Adventist schools Grade 3-Grade 11
    This study asked the question: Do spiritual factors impact academic achievement? The subjects in this study were all students in grades 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 11, in Seventh-day Adventist schools in the United States and Bermuda, from 2006 to 2008. The compilation...

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    Attitudes of Adventist Parents Toward Adventist Schools in British Columbia Tertiary-Lifelong
    Problem. Despite the numerical growth of Seventh-day Adventist membership and the number of private and parochial schools, there has not been a corresponding increase in student enrollment in Adventist church schools in British Columbia, Canada. This study...

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    Being an Askable Parent 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Communication is a valuable gift we can give our children. This article focuses on the importance of talking with kids about life, our values, our choices, etc. Our children must know that they can talk to us about anything and ask us about anything.

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    Being Joyful and Being Parents 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article examines joy. Sometimes parenting can be hard or stressful. It is important to remember to be joyful and to find the joyful moments in your day. You can help make your home a happy home.

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    Book Review: Sex, Gardening and God - Setting the Values for Christian Schools Grade 1-Lifelong
    In this TEACH journal book review, Herschell examines Leo's book, noting: "This intriguing text is a 'must read' for educators especially for Christian educators who are intent on developing authentic, responsive, transforming approaches to values education...

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    Boys Music Education - Using the Boys Music Ecosystem Model to Better Understand Successful Teaching Practices Grade 9-Grade 12
    "Experienced music educators rate their senior class of musicians by often using the terms exceptional, talented, average, limited, unremarkable or apathetic. This summative evaluation considers class size, academic results, willingness to participate...

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    Children and Spiritual Gifts 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Do you want to help your children or students use their spiritual gifts to God's glory? Are you looking for ways to help them develop their talents? This article will help get you started.

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    College Students’ Perception of Family Influence Impacting their Health and Lifestyle Tertiary
    The purpose of this cross-sectional, non-experimental study was to determine the level of influence college students perceived their families having on their health and lifestyle.

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    Danielle, Danielle, where are you? Grade 12-Lifelong
    Often parents and teachers respond with anger when children do things that are dangerous or scary for the adult. This anger comes from the fear the parents experienced during those moments. Fear for the child's safety and well being. Children don't understand...

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    Dispensers of Hope 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Teens face many challenges both internal and external. It is important that they have strong adult role models and mentors in their lives. In addition to parents, these individuals can help provide hope, moral strength, courage, and confidence to teens.

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    Do My Parents Really Love Me? 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Children at any age need to know they are loved. They will not ask in words. We must show (not just tell) our kids at all ages that we love them. This article looks at this topic and provides some resources for further reading.

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    Finances - a Family Affair Grade 12-Lifelong
    This article shares ways to teach about finances to your kids.

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    Giving Children Roots and Wings 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article considers the importance of teaching problem-solving skills and critical thinking to even young children. The author gives practical ways to foster these skills at home.

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    Gossip 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article looks at gossip and why people do it and what we can do about it.

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    Help I'm a Parent 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Developed by the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventist Family Ministries, this parenting curriculum will encourage and inspire parents to raise their children in a positive way. The website has many additional resources. The DVD and book can be...

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    Homework Kindergarten-Grade 8
    A mother/homemaker reflects on lessons learned about children and parents during her years as a teacher. Currently in what she calls her homework years, she makes connections between being a teacher and a mother.

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    How Could I Have Missed It? Grade 5-Lifelong
    This article looks at the dangers of Steroid use. Learn about the signs of steroid use and learn about parental responsibility.

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    How To Be There When You Can't Be There 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Many parents need to travel for their work. If you have to be away from home you may worry about the impact it will have on your children. This article gives advice on how to stay connected with your children when you are away from home.

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    I and My House Will Serve the Lord Grade 1-Lifelong
    Sermon of reflection on the formation of our children, based on the biblical text of Joshua 24:14-16.

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    I Cant Believe My Child Just Said That 0-2 years-Grade 6
    What do you do when you child says bad words or unkind things? What about when they use words that you don't use at home? This article gives some strategies for how to handle this part of your child's language development.

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    Identifying Factors that Affect Higher Educational Achievements of Jamaican Seventh-day Adventists Tertiary
    "This mixed-method explanatory research examined factors that influenced Jamaican Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) members to pursue higher education. It sought to investigate whether the source of the motivation is tied to the Church's general philosophy...

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    In the Midst of Sorrow 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article tackles the hard topic of how to help families deal with grief in a healthy way.

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    Investing in Our Children's Education 0-2 years-Lifelong
    There are many ways to invest in your child’s education. You can get involved. Help your children plan ahead for projects. Honor effort instead of focusing on end results. Refrain from gossip about teachers, administrators or other students. There are...

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    It's all about Perspective 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Helping our kids and ourselves see how God is leading in our lives and our church. Avoiding focusing on the negative so that our children see the right perspective.

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    Keep Connected Preschool-Grade 12
    This Search Institute resource for parents "offers free quizzes, discussion starters, family activities, and other ideas to help families explore and strengthen their relationships and help children and teens grow up responsibly."

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    Keeping Children Safe Newsletter 1 - Reducing Risks Introduction Preschool-Grade 10
    This one-page parenting newsletter starts a series that explores how to keep children safe by reducing their participation in behaviors that put them at risk physically, mentally, spiritually, and emotionally. Though there are no guarantees, parents can have...

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    Keeping Children Safe Newsletter 2 - The Parents Role in Reducing Risks Preschool-Grade 10
    This one-page parenting newsletter discusses the important role parents have to train children when they are young to think through their decisions, teaching them good values, and helping them choose good friends. All these contribute to helping them make...

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    Keeping Children Safe Newsletter 3 - Parental Monitoring Preschool-Grade 10
    This one-page parenting newsletter addresses the importance of parents’ active monitoring of their child or teen. This means actively guiding, supervising, and training the child beginning at an early age. Research shows that when parental monitoring...

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    Keeping Children Safe Newsletter 4 - Family Meals are Important Preschool-Grade 10
    This one-page parenting newsletter shows how sharing family meals together can reduce risk behaviors in children and teens. Research shows that families with routines and rituals have better connectedness and communication with each other and have more stability...

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    Keeping Children Safe Newsletter 5 - Religion and Church Matter Preschool-Grade 10
    This one-page parenting newsletter highlights how church attendance and participation can reduce risk behavior. Churches have an important role to play by creating environments that welcome people of all ages, providing opportunities for building relationships...

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    Keeping Children Safe Newsletter 6 - Building Faith and Religiosity through Mentoring Preschool-Grade 10
    This one-page parenting newsletter focuses on the importance of finding highly religious role models for young people in order to help them build religiosity--the belief that religion is important. High religiosity, in turn, reduces risk behavior. Getting...

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    Keys to Drug Abuse Prevention Grade 1-Lifelong
    This article lays out basic ways you can help prevent drug abuse.

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    Lessons from a Dahlia 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Fathers are very important. This article shares a personal reflection of a good father.

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    Let's Share, OK? 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article explains the stages children go through as they learn to share and gives suggestions for ways you can promote sharing.

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    Making a Memory 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article reminds us that it is the the little, teachable moments that can make the most wonderful, unexpected moments of learning and memories.

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    Nurturing Real Growth Newsletter 1 - Be a Good Listener Preschool-Grade 12
    In this redemptive discipline article for parents and teachers, McClintock discusses the importance of taking the time to listen and get the whole story before reacting to a situation.

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    Nurturing Real Growth Newsletter 4 - Treat All the Same - But Differently Preschool-Grade 12
    In this redemptive discipline article for parents and teachers, McClintock discusses the importance of shaping our response to each child to their individual needs.

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    Nurturing Real Growth Newsletter 5 - Look at the Context Preschool-Grade 12
    In this redemptive discipline article for parents and teachers, McClintock emphasizes the importance of considering context when making discipline decisions.

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    Nurturing Real Growth Newsletter 8 - Model Repentance Preschool-Grade 12
    In this redemptive discipline article for parents and teachers, McClintock uses personal and biblical examples to show the importance of apologizing when we have made a mistake.

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    Nurturing Real Growth Newsletter 9 - Send Consistent Signals Preschool-Grade 12
    “Wouldn’t it be great if the signal we gave out to our children or students was consistently the message of unconditional love?” This redemptive discipline article is the 9th in a series of 10 for parents and teachers.

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    Opening Doors 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Living in a neighborhood with children can be an opportunity to have a positive influence on them and on your community. This article looks and how taking the time to get to know the kids in your community makes a difference.

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    Ouch That Hurts 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article addresses the importance of redemptive, loving discipline. Susan shows how improper, impulsive, angry discipline measures hurt our kids and often teach negative lessons.

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    Our Home Mission 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article focuses on the mission of the home as an example and witness in the neighborhood.

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    Parent Inspiration - Building Math Skills Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This newsletter features a parenting article on helping children develop math skills and number sense in early years, and successfully continue to learn math through school years. The second page lists resources to dig deeper. Ready to print or link parents...

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    Parent Inspiration - Developing Literacy Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Inspire parents to model and prompt a love of reading, and critical thinking skills for lifelong literacy. Ready to print or link parents to; available in color and black/white editions. Part of a series of undated topical parenting tools for schools to build...

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    Parent Inspiration - Needed! Learning in Nature Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Help parents understand the importance of time in nature in holistic development through this short newsletter. Ready to print or link parents to; available in color and black/white editions. Part of a series of undated topical parenting tools for schools...

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    Parent Inspiration - Sleep to Succeed Preschool-Grade 12
    This short parent newsletter looks at how much sleep kids need and how it contributes to success in school. Free resource for parents - share the link or print and send home, in color or black and white versions. Part of a series of undated, topical parenting...

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    Parent Inspiration - The First Lesson - Self-control Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Inspire parents to prioritize character development, understanding the core function of self-control to success in all aspects of life including academics. Ready to print or link parents to; available in color and black/white editions. Part of a series of...

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    Parenting Against Prejudice 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Every family has "isms" that affect them: alcoholism, racism, workaholism, sexism. Views and lifestyles can be held on to for generations. But many of these "isms" not only harm our own families, but they also detract from our ability to...

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    Parenting Teens - Are We Doing Our Best for Girls? Grade 6-Grade 12
    How can parents and teachers better help girls develop a strong sense of self-worth? Part of a series of articles for parents of students attending Adventist schools, this undated, one-page newsletter is written by a family life therapist and Adventist educator....

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    Parenting Teens - Dispensers of Hope Grade 6-Grade 12
    How can parents best support their child? "Our young people need balcony people to counter the cellar voices that come from the basement of their lives." Part of a series of articles for parents of students attending Adventist schools, this undated,...

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    Parenting Teens - It's All About Perspective Grade 6-Grade 12
    Through words and actions, parents can help their children choose a positive faith perspective to guide their lives. Part of a series of articles for parents of students attending Adventist schools, this undated, one-page newsletter is written by a family...

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    Parenting Teens - Understanding Gender Grade 6-Grade 12
    How can parents help boys and girls develop a strong gender identity needed to develop and maintain health relationships? Part of a series of articles for parents of students attending Adventist schools, this undated, one-page newsletter is written by a family...

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    Parenting Teens - When Silence Isn't Golden Grade 6-Grade 12
    How can parents be prepared to help their teens choose to avoid harmful substances? Part of a series of articles for parents of students attending Adventist schools, this undated, one-page newsletter is written by a family life therapist and Adventist educator....

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    Parenting Teens - Who Me, Cheat? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    What can a parent do to help their children value and act with integrity and honesty? Part of a series of articles for parents of students attending Adventist schools, this undated, one-page newsletter is written by a family life therapist and Adventist educator....

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    Parenting Teens - Why Lying Can Make Sense Grade 6-Grade 12
    Understanding teen development can provide tools to parenting adolescents to be truthful. Part of a series of articles for parents of students attending Adventist schools, this undated, one-page newsletter is written by a family life therapist and Adventist...

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    Parents Are Missionaries at Home 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Your home (or classroom) is your primary mission field. Words of encouragement and affirmation do much to help children learn and grow. Our treatment of our children will teach them lessons about God. Never think that you are not doing anything big for God....

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    Perception of Parental Educational Style, Academic Performance and Intrinsic Religiosity in Middle School Students Grade 5-Grade 8 New!!
    This research sought to determine if there are significant effects of parental educational style, as perceived by the children, on academic performance and intrinsic religiosity in students of Professor Ignacio Carrillo Franco High School, Montemorelos University,...

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    PET 09-02: Panorama of Educational Thoughts Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Download Vaughn Jennings' February 2009 newsletter for Adventist teachers in North America. This edition features 5 links to special days in February, and 8 links to classroom instruction, parent involvement, homework tips, parent-friendly school survey, worksheets...

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    Please Read to Me 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Reading to children is crucial for many aspect of literacy development as well as benefiting children in other ways. This article looks a some of the reasons for reading to children and give some tips on how to read to children effectively.

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    PositiveChoices.com Lifelong
    Free short, in-depth, easy-to-understand articles on current health topics along with practical tips to enhance health. Include in parent newsletters, or health classes.

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    Protecting Youth From Health Risk Behaviors Grade 5-Tertiary
    Adolescent sexual activity and alcohol consumption impact the quality of life for many youth today. What are the consequences and how can parents and the faith community help in preventing these behaviors?

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    Religion, parental choice, and school vouchers in urban parochial schools - The case of five schools in Southern California Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The purpose of this study is to investigate why parents choose parochial schools, whether parochial-school parents are likely to favor school vouchers, and what factors lie behind their support for vouchers. To this end, this study gives special attention...

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    Religious Value Transmission Among Seventh-day Adventist White American Families - A Cognitive Approach to Parental Values and Relationship as Perceived by Youth Tertiary-Lifelong
    Three research questions were examined: (1) What role does cognitive-attribution play in religious value transmission? (2) Is there a generation gap in the religious values of Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) families? (3) What is the influence of parental support...

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    South Pacific Island Nations Valuegenesis Study 1 Core Report - A Study of Faith Development and Values Formation in Seventh-day Adventist Adolescents and Youth Aged 12-18 Years Grade 6-Grade 12
    The Seventh-day Adventist Church cares deeply about its young people and for this reason it invests heavily in schools, youth ministry programs and supplies support for the families these young people come from. The schools established by the church are widely...

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    Spiritual Leadership at Home 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article discussed how to be a spiritual leader in your home.

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    Sugar-Coated Mornings 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article looks at the importance of good nutrition. A good breakfast is important for students' growth and learning!

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    Summertime, Summertime 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Summertime should be fun but it can also be a great way to have fun learning as well. This article discusses how to make the most of your summer.

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    Suppertime Devotions 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Family worship is essential for raising spiritually minded, grounded children. But it can be hard to find the time. This article presents a creative way to get family devotional time into a hectic schedule.

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    Teaching Christian Values - Growing in God's Garden Preschool-Grade 12
    How can parents best teach children to live by Christian values? Part of a series of articles for parents of students attending Adventist schools, this undated, one-page newsletter is written by an experienced Adventist child psychologist and educator. Ready...

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    Teaching Christian Values - Live the Values Preschool-Grade 12
    How can parents live God's values, and best help children understand what they are doing and why? Part of a series of articles for parents of students attending Adventist schools, this undated, one-page newsletter is written by an experienced Adventist child...

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    Teaching Christian Values - Right and Wrong Preschool-Grade 12
    How do we know what is right and what is wrong? How do parents teach the difference? Part of a series of articles for parents of students attending Adventist schools, this undated, one-page newsletter is written by an experienced Adventist child psychologist...

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    Ten Questions to Ask your Parents Grade 12-Lifelong
    This article presents 10 questions that will help you think through your own finances and help you tap into the wisdom of your parents’ financial experience as well.

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    The association between video game playing, religiosity, parental guidance and aggression, in sixth through eighth grade students attending Seventh-day Adventist schools Grade 3-Grade 12
    Two questionnaires were completed 1-2 ½ weeks apart by 355 students in sixth through eighth grades, in seven randomly selected schools, to determine associations between the times spend playing video games each week, the types of video games played,...

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    The Best Thing my Great-grandma Ever Gave Me 0-2 years-Lifelong
    We learn many lessons from our elders. The author shares a memory of her great-grandmother and its meaning to her.

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    The Home, the Scriptures and the Moral Formation of the Children 0-2 years-Grade 8
    At what age does education begin? Children who from their earliest infancy receive from their parents or guardians the precious teachings of the Scriptures in the healthy and spontaneous atmosphere of the home, by precept and by example, by prescription and...

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    The Marshmallow Test 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Did you know that self-control has been linked to success in all aspects of life? This article looks at the crucial importance of helping children build self-control.

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    The Most Precious Gift 0-2 years-Lifelong
    We all make mistakes, even parents. Apologies are so important and they also set a good example for our children.

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    The Neighborhood Kids - Obstacles or Opportunities? 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Your home can be a place of welcome and ministry for the children in your neighborhood. This article includes tips for how to make your efforts successful not stressful.

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    The Relationship Between Parental and Adolescent Religiosity Factors and Adolescent Sexual Risk-taking Among Older Adolescents in the Anglophone/Latin Caribbean Grade 10-Grade 12
    Problem: Sexually active youth across the Anglophone/Latin Caribbean have been identified as among the most-at-risk for HIV infection. Studies conducted in the United States have identified parental and religiosity factors associated with adolescent sexual...

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    The Role of Christian Parents in Influencing Children - Perspectives on Faith Integration 0-2 years-Grade 12
    "The integration of faith and learning as it relates to parents raising Christian children. How their role changes over time, and how they can work with the school and the church to support faith development in children at each stage. A model is proposed...

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    The Truth about Math Preschool-Tertiary
    This article will inform you about the real problem of Math Anxiety and student learning. Helping your child think positively about math is important. Learn some ideas in this article.

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    Third Culture Kids 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Third culture kids is a term that refers to children who live in a culture that is different from their home culture. This article looks at that challenges this creates and give resources.

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    Three Truths for Parents 0-2 years-Lifelong
    In this article learn how to help children to be open to us and to God. The author also addreses our part in recognizing our faults.

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    Time for Bed 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article explains why proper sleep is so important for children and adults.

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    Time Savoring 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Time is an important resource for everyone in the family! Taking time out for kids, our spouse, and for God will have a huge impact on our lives. No matter how young or old you are the Sabbath can benefit you in many ways.

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    Tips - Top Ten Ways to Help Your Kids Get A's Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Studies have shown that parental involvement is the number one determinant of how well children do in school. Here are ten ways parents can help their kids succeed in school.

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    Too Busy Not to Play Preschool-Grade 12
    "Parents’ lives today are very busy and many complain about being time-poor. Society seems to be addicted to busyness, with people out of breath trying to catch up and keep up. Busyness even seems to be a symbol of success, but what is the price...

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    Transfer of Religious Values - Do Young People Accept Parental Standards? Grade 9-Grade 12
    How likely are children to accept the religious values of their parents and authority figures and to build them into their own value systems? Report of a study comparing the stated values of Seventh-day Adventist youth with those of their parents. Facilitating...

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    Transitional Characters Grade 12-Lifelong
    We all have things in our past, destructive patterns or habits or events from our heritage. This article is about being a change-agent of your own life, how to filter out the destructiveness of your lineage.

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    Transmitting Religious Values in Adventist Home Education Grade 1-Grade 12
    This article explores the process of value transmission, particularly in Adventist home education, based on a study of the religious home education experienced by young Seventh-day Adventist adults in their childhood (Kuusisto, 2000). The main aim was to find...

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    Truth is Timeless 0-2 years-Lifelong
    "If you find yourself sharing information with someone who is not part of the problem or the solution, or if you are seeking information about a personal issue where you are neither part of the problem or the solution, ask yourself, “Why?"...

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    What We Can Do for Our Girls 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article is about girls and the challenge of body image. It gives ideas and resources for how to help our girls before serious problems arise.

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    When Silence Isn't Golden 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Keeping silent about drugs and other risk factors doesn't help our kids. This article looks at ways to help.

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    Why Youth Stay in the Church When They Grow Up Grade 9-Lifelong
    The author offers three observations of youth who choose to stay in the church. 1. They are converted (rather than just being "good kids"). 2. They have been equipped, not entertained. 3. Their parents preached the gospel to them.

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    Words Fitly Spoken 0-2 years-Lifelong
    It is important to watch what you say in front of children. As the author writes, "they are excellent recorders but poor interpreters". This article addressed the importance of guarding what we say about others (people, their school, church) in our...

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    Working Together - We Can Make a Difference for Our Children 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article discusses the importance of the home, church, and school working together for our children.