Tag Archives for " social emotional development "

April 14, 2013

Emotional benefits for children making up their own stories or songs

By Ava Parnass When Shara  asked me to write about the emotional benefits of  kids making up their own stories, I had a nostalgic  moment. I suddenly realized I had totally forgotten how for four or five years all my child wanted to do was have me staple papers together so she could make her […]

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Joanie Leeds CD: What a Zoo! Review and giveaway (LOVED this CD!)

Comment below to enter for the super-cool Joanie Leeds CD called What a Zoo! One winner will be selected from random.org after April 4th. This giveaway is now CLOSED. Comment #16 (Lori) was selected from random.org. Congrats! Enjoy this terrific CD! My review: We’ve all gotten rotten tomato kid CD’s. You know it. I know […]

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“That’s Like Me” and “Teach Your Kids to Think!” (book reviews by two moms)

Recently, I asked two moms to review books for me. The books had been shipped my way for a Kidlutions Preferred Product Award testing. After looking through them, I knew they qualified! However, I wanted to go one step further and have two different moms review the books. I knew these moms would really appreciate […]

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Kidlutions Preferred Product Awards: Who entered? Who won? ($150 in free PR)

Recently, Mommy Perks teamed up with Kidlutions to offer a PR giveaway for small businesses that focus on social emotional development. The winner was selected from random.org. Wendy and I agreed that spotlighting all entrants would be a nice idea. Who doesn’t like free promotion, right? Who entered? The Twooth Timer Express Yourself, Baby! Listen […]

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Kidlutions Preferred Product Award : Giveaway! (Does your product address social emotional development?) $150 value

Do you have a product that focuses on social emotional development? If so, read below! Don’t miss out: Wendy is giving away ONE award entry (read the below interview for details). If your product meets the criteria for the PPA you may submit. If you win, the $150 fee will be waived but you’ll benefit […]

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10 ways to teach kids to be thankful and grateful

10 ways to teach kids to be thankful and grateful (Tweeted by Shara Lawrence-Weiss on Friday, November 19, 2010) Tip #1: Just as children are made readers on the laps of their parents, they are made “thankful” by seeing a thankful attitude modeled. Tip #2: Celebrate World Gratitude Day (Sept.), Keep the ideas flowing all […]

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