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    A Comparison of the Academic Achievement of Seventh-day Adventist Elementary Students by School Type: The Influence of Teacher, Student, Parent, and School Variables Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Enrollment in Seventh-day Adventist schools is declining as is the number of schools and teachers. While there could be many reasons for this, one perception of SDA schools, held by parents, teachers, pastors, and school board members, is that students enrolled...

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    A Mother's Kiss Tertiary-Lifelong
    Being a new mother can be challenging and wonderful. This article looks at topics such as mother-baby bonding and breast feeding.

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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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    A Snapshot of Adventist Parents Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article is based on a survey of Adventist families undertaken by the NAD, in cooperation with the Family Ministries of the GC, during 1994-1995. Some of the items covered in this report include personal information, religious life, parenting styles, life-style...

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    Adventist Values Flying High Tertiary
    The Seventh-day Adventist church in North America conducted a survey to contrast institutional values (traditional) with values actually held and practiced by member families. High-school aged youth along with their respective parents were asked to what extent...

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    An Investigation of Parents Perceptions of the Junior Academy Principals Role in the Lake Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Problem: If he/she is to satisfy or accommodate the expectations of the various groups that interact with him/her, the principal needs to be aware of how they perceive his/her role; but no studies were found on parents' perceptions of the junior-academy...

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    An Investigation of the Knowledge and Beliefs Held by Teachers and Parents in a Parochial School System Regarding Attention-deficit/hyperactivity Disorder and the Variables that Predict Their Knowledge Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Problem: Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most prevalent childhood disorders affecting 3 to 5% of school populations in the United States and other countries. Due to the behavioral and/or academic challenges of children...

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    Be Good to Yourselves, Parents! 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Parenting is challenging, especially when there is so much information on parenting and so many people with opinions on parenting. It can seem like everyone wants to tell you how to do things. This article gives practical advice on how to handle all the input...

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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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    Bermuda Institute Survey of Parents Tertiary
    This PowerPoint presentation examines the results of a survey of families with children attending Bermuda Institute. A number of factors including religious background and age were used to assess the composition of families in the Bermuda Conference. Opinions...

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    Charity is Hands-on Love 0-2 years-Lifelong
    We live in a "me" society. Christ calls us to care for others, to be self-less. This article will give you information about how to help your children have a heart for others.

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    Children from Divorced Families Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Habenicht outlines ways to help children from divorced families succeed.

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    Christian Education in Chile - Is the Seventh-day Adventist System at Risk ? Tertiary
    Diverse perspectives with respect to Christian Education constitute a potential path for misunderstanding and contradictions; this study considers this situation in the context of a Seventh-day Adventist Christian system with students and parents from different...

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    Claiming Our Time With God and With Each Other 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Time may be the most important thing to give your children. Time spent with God is also vital not only to our spiritual life for for our families as well. This article addresses these and other important aspects of time.

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    Commitment to Your Kids 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article looks at the cost of child care and the responsibility to provide what is best for you child.

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    Contracting: A Way to Increase Student Learning Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A contract is an agreement between a teacher and the student or parent dealing with goals, behavior, or work that will be accomplished in a certain length of time. Types of contracts are goal-setting, behavior, daily work, and weekly work. Examples of different contracts are presented. Advantages of contracting for the teacher and the student are given.

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    Coping With Criticism Constructively Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Dealing with criticism is difficult, especially when expectations are high and resources are limited. This article explores ways of dealing with criticism by identifying three categories of critics, giving suggestions of how to respond to the critics, and...

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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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    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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    Don't Shake Us, You Might Break Us 0-2 years-Lifelong
    A crying baby can be very frustrating. This article discusses what you can do when the baby won't stop crying.

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    Expressed Parental Attitudes Toward Child Rearing in Relation to Study Habits, Study Attitudes and Study Skills Achievement in Early Adolescence Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Problem: Parents' attitudes toward child rearing are considered to be a major factor affecting their children's study habits, study attitudes, and study skills achievement. The purpose of this study was to determine whether there is a correlation between...

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    Factors Influencing Seventh-day Adventist African Americans Parents to Support SDA Primary Schools in the States of Ohio and Pennsylvania Tertiary
    This dissertation assesses attitudes and demographic factors that influence enrollment of African-American parents' children in Seventh-day Adventist primary schools. The survey population was limited to members of African-American SDA churches located in...

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    Factors influencing Seventh-day Adventist African-Americans parents to support SDA primary schools in the states of Ohio and Pennsylvania Kindergarten-Grade 8
    This dissertation assesses attitudes and demographic factors that influence enrollment of African-American parents' children in Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) primary schools. The investigator's intention was to enhance understanding of the reasons why Seventh-day...

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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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    Give Them Some Truth Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "A parent’s testimony on the meaning and relevance of Christian education"

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    Holidays - Special or Stressful 0-2 years-Lifelong
    The holidays are full of events, shopping, gatherings, and other "things to do". It can be easy to take on too much. This article suggests ways to help make holidays meaningful without trying to do too much.

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    Home and School Association Handbook Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This NAD manual is designed to assist churches in organizing Home and School associations as well as to provide information needed by the officers of the associations to fulfill their duties effectively. Includes the purpose, objectives and responsibilities...

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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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    How to Deal With Difficult Parents and Board Members Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Guidelines to help teachers deal with parents and board members. These include learning school rules, adapting personal style, enhancing communication, curriculum crises, professional growth, keeping parents informed, discussing classroom rules with students,...

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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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    In Step with Jesus Family Acitivities Preschool-Lifelong
    Each study guide in this discipleship series includes 13 lessons for new Seventh-day Adventists. The last section, Bringing it Home, provides creative activities to experience this study with your child or a group of children you are helping follow Jesus....

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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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    Kay Kuzma - Dialogue with an Adventist with a passion for family values Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Dr. Kuzma (known by most as Dr. Kay) is a well-respected educator, author, and public speaker. Whatever she does carries a concern for today’s young families–their survival at a time and in a culture that seem to erode the concept of togetherness...

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

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    Kids' Ministry Ideas Preschool-Grade 8
    School, Sabbath School, VBS or homeschool teachers, this site is for you! Access craft ideas, articles, activities, videos, and other resources.

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    Learning When and How to Disagree 0-2 years-Lifelong
    There are time in life when we must disagree with others. This article outlines how to do that in an effective way that will not damage relationships. An important skill for any age.

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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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    Letter of Commitment and Challenge Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A letter of commitment and challenge from a parent and former teacher to the faculty and staff of his children's school.

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    Look for the Helpers 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article is about a very important topic. When bad things happen it is important to remember that there are always helpers. That can be a comfort for children to know. The author also discussed how to help children look for ways that they can be the helper...

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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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    Making Education Work Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The combined efforts of school and home as well as reading, phonics, math, writing, science, and homework are important areas in which schools can make education work. A discussion of the U.S. Department of Education's "What Works: Research About Teaching...

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    New Member Survey Tertiary
    This presentation lays out a new member survey of the Pennsylvania Conference. Two years after the members joined the church, interviewers made an attempt to talk to each one.

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    Nurture Disciple & Retain : And when he is old he will not depart from it Tertiary
    This presentation is focused on nurturing children by parents and families. The concern is that 51% of children that are growing up in the church leave the church. It includes some statistics.

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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 10 - Accept the Individual, Not the Behavior Preschool-Grade 12
    In this redemptive discipline article for parents and teachers, McClintock argues that when someone behaves in ways we disagree with, “we have to make sure we separate the inappropriate behaviour from the value of the person.”

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    Nurturing Real Growth Newsletter 2 - Take the Time to be Fair Preschool-Grade 12
    In this redemptive discipline article for parents and teachers, McClintock explains the importance of taking the time to understand both sides of a story and lists 5 principles that can help parents and educators be more effective in their discipline.

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    Nurturing Real Growth Newsletter 3 - Admit When You are Wrong Preschool-Grade 12
    In this redemptive discipline article for parents and teachers, McClintock explains why it is important for teachers and parents to admit when they are wrong, and provides suggestions for how to go about it.

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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 6 - Let the Natural Consequences Reign Preschool-Grade 12
    In this redemptive discipline article for parents and teachers, McClintock explains why parents and teachers should allow children to experience the natural consequences of their actions.

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    Nurturing Real Growth Newsletter 7 - Keep Things Simple Preschool-Grade 12
    In this redemptive discipline article for parents and teachers, McClintock explains the importance of keeping rules simple and few so they can be easily followed.

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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 the Church School Doors to the Learning Disabled Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article from the JAE special exceptional child issue suggests that church school principals should be willing to admit children with mild learning disabilities into Adventist schools. Until recently the educational practices of the Adventist school system...

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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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    Parent Engagement Resource List Preschool-Grade 12
    The resources on this list will help you involve parents in their child's education.

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    Parent Inspiration - Diet and Children: There is a Connection Preschool-Grade 12
    This newsletter features a one page practical article on good nutrition, with Bible and nature study ideas and a resource list to dig deeper. Ready to print or link parents to; available in color and black/white editions. Part of a series of undated topical...

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    Parent Inspiration - Food Choices and Habits Preschool-Grade 12
    This newsletter features a one page practical article on healthful food choices and eating habits, with Bible and nature study ideas and a resource list to dig deeper. Ready to print or link parents to; available in color and black/white editions. Part of...

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    Parent Inspiration - The Compassionate Child Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Why teach compassion? When and how do children learn empathy? Help parents build Christian character with this one-page newsletter followed by a page of additional quotes, activities, and recommended readings to learn more. Part of series of undated parent...

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    Parental Perceptions of the Simi Valley Seventh-day Adventist School Tertiary
    This paper reports a study measuring parent perceptions concerning their school. Items to be addressed: perceived quality of curriculum, facilities and equipment, and school programs and options, strengths and weaknesses that become decision points as to whether...

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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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    Parents and Teachers - Working Together to Prevent Adolescent Drug Use Grade 5-Grade 12
    This JAE article examines how parent groups can work cooperatively with school and community leaders to prevent adolescent drug and alcohol use. The National Federation of Parents for Drug Free Youth is the national network organization for these groups.

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    Partnerships with Parents Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This list of six resources are designed to work with parents in building a child's faith, originally created for the Journey to Excellence website.

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    Perceptions and Attitudes of Selected Adventist and Non Adventist Parents of School Age Children Toward Adventist Schools in Canada Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the perceptions and attitudes toward Adventist schools in Canada of Adventist parents with children in Adventist schools, of Adventist parents without children in Adventist schools, and of non-Adventist...

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    Physical Fitness - Whose Responsibility? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Is physical fitness the responsibility of school, home, or the individual? Everyone associated with the school has the responsibility of providing young people with the training and environment necessary to help them learn and embrace sound health principles....

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    Play Group Ministry Mommy and Me at PMC 0-2 years-Preschool
    Mommy and Me is a play group ministry that operates at the Pioneer Memorial Seventh-day Adventist Church. This resource gives basic information about how this play group ministry operates. Many churches have moms with young children who could use some extra...

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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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    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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    Reasons Seventh-day Adventist Parents Gave for Not Sending their Children to Seventh-day Adventist Elementary and Secondary Schools Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Problem: The Seventh-day Adventist elementary and secondary schools in the USA show a continuous enrollment decline. This study's goal is to explore the reasons SDA parents give for why they do not send their children to SDA schools. Method:...

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    Rocking the Cradle Grade 12-Lifelong
    This article addresses how to transition into the world of parenting without losing your marriage.

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    Roots and Wings 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article looks at the differences between Supportive Parents and Helicopter Parents. It looks at why being a supportive parent is beneficial and how helicopter parenting is detrimental.

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    Samuel - God’s Helper 0-2 years-Kindergarten
    "The purpose of this unit is to introduce the young child to Jesus Christ, the Divine Son of our Heavenly Father through the loving and caring relationships formed with parents, primary early childhood professionals and peers." It includes separate...

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    Scary Things Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This article addresses the fear that parents can have about the safety and well being of their children. There are so many things that can harm our children: bullies, drugs, diving accidents, date rape, and the list goes on. There are three suggestions for...

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    School Choice - What Parents Choose Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Part 2 of 2. The researchers "sought to explore the factors that influence parents’ choice of school for their children using a mixed methods approach."

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    Single Parents in Black Adventism Tertiary
    "This presentation gives an overview of the literature addressing single parenthood in the Black Seventh-day Adventist Church. It presents a pilot project on single parents in order to develop a single parent-friendly model for the intent of which is...

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    Sometimes I Think My Name Is No No 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article examines how to discipline without demoralizing children.

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    Still a Teen, Already a Mother - Understanding the Teen Motherhood Phenomenon Through Photovoice Grade 11-Lifelong
    In the Philippines, the rate of teen motherhood is increasing. Hear from several mothers in this study, which used participatory action research and photovoice to "give voice to teen mothers so that stories of their past and present struggles, and their...

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    Stress - Is It Contagious? 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Stress is often part of our lives. Our stress can affect our children. This article explains ways to help “stress-proof” our kids.

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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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    Survey of Adventist Parents about Christian Education Tertiary
    This document presents the results of a study conducted into parents and their opinions about Seventh-day Adventist Education. The information is presented in a series of graphs and charts. The study examined parents' familiarity with Adventist schools, whether...

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    Survey of Adventist Parents about Christian Secondary Education in the Columbia Union Conference Tertiary
    This report presents a survey of Adventist parents about Christian secondary education in the Columbia Union Conference. Questionnaires were used to gather the data.

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    Talking About Religion - How Highly Religious Youth and Parents Discuss Their Faith Tertiary
    This study builds on previous research regarding parent-child religious conversations to explore the transactional processes of these conversations. It employs qualitative analyses of interviews with highly religious parents and adolescents representing the...

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    Teaching Children Right from Wrong Tertiary
    This article explores the idea of successful Christian child rearing in the household. The author implores readers to explore the idea that the values children learn do their parents live out the values they see. Parents should carefully watch their actions...

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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 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 Challenge of Parenthood 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Parenting is challenging. This article looks at some parenting myths. It also describes the 4 types of parenting styles and assesses which one is best.

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    The Developing Faith of Children 0-2 years-Lifelong
    One of the big discussions in churches today is how to keep young people from leaving. This article looks at some ways that we can help children develop their faith and make it their own instead of just following their parents.

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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 Home-School Partnership: Learning to Share Accountability Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Robert Strom discusses effective ways of developing the partnership between home and school by including parents as partners in the educational process. The partnership between parents and schools should include reasonably divided obligations, acknowledgement...

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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 Portrait of a Superwoman - Finding Compatibility and Balance Between Motherhood and Graduate School Tertiary-Lifelong
    Using narrative research, this study reflects the experiences of seven full-time doctoral students who are also mothers to young children. It ends with recommendations for graduate schools and the superwomen attending them.

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    The Power of an Apology 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article looks at the power that apologies can have on relationships. The author shares several tips and guidelines for making a meaningful apology. This would be an excellent skill to develop at any age.

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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 Role of the Mentor on a Christian Campus Grade 9-Lifelong
    What does it mean to be a faithful mentor on a Christian campus today? The path to mentoring and the role of the mentor are also discussed.

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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 out can work, but have you tried a time-in 0-2 years-Lifelong
    True discipline not only helps a child stop bad behavior but help the child learn what to do instead. Time outs are very useful when done correctly. But sometimes we need more tools when it comes to discipline. This article will give you the basics on another...

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    To Listen Is to Show Your Child Love 0-2 years-Lifelong
    One way to show people (children or adults)that you care is by truly listening. Taking the time to really listen to our children is a wonderful way to show you care and also to build your relationship with your child. This article also explains how to teach...

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    Ways to Encourage and Build your Child's Confidence 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article provides 22 suggestions to help you help your child build confidence and independence.

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    What Is That Again? 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This information presents basic technology information for parents and stresses the importance of parental monitoring.

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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 a Parent has a Mental Illness 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article looks at the effects of living with a parent with a mental illness and how to take care of yourself and your relationships.

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    Why Adventist Education - An Eternal Focus Preschool-Tertiary
    What makes the focus on an eternal dimension so attractive to many parents – and how does Adventist education weave this theme in? This is the 11th one-page article in an 11-part series clarifying the philosophy and practice of Adventist education, designed...

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    Why Adventist Education - Home, School and Church Working Together Preschool-Tertiary
    Why is it that the home, the Adventist school and the local church working together are such a strong combination in developing character and spirituality? This is the 10th one-page article in an 11-part series clarifying the philosophy and practice of Adventist...

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    Why Adventist Education - Reinforcing Christian Family Values Preschool-Tertiary
    Why do Adventist schools support Christian family values? This is the 9th one-page article in an 11-part series clarifying the philosophy and practice of Adventist education, designed for parents of students attending Adventist schools. Undated, ready to print...

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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.

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    Young Child Ministries Preschool-Kindergarten
    "The mission of Young Child Ministries is to assist families with young children in understanding the Biblical principles of child rearing and child guidance." This site provides resources for developing the whole child with guidance from the Bible,...