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Characteristics of Gifted Children - Memphis Public Schools

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A concise list of some of the most common characteristics of gifted children. ...more
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A concise list of some of the most common characteristics of gifted children.

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Child Care for the Teen Parent - University of Illinois

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This site addresses the issues surrounding the frequent needs of teen parents to either earn and income or continue their education. The site offers several strategies and options,...more
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This site addresses the issues surrounding the frequent needs of teen parents to either earn and income or continue their education. The site offers several strategies and options, and suggests constructive ways in which families can remain involved in the process.

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Parenting Again - University of Illinois

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This is a sensitive treatment of the issues that arise when grandparents become responsible for rearing their grandchildren. The site offers suggestions for managing this process in...more
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This is a sensitive treatment of the issues that arise when grandparents become responsible for rearing their grandchildren. The site offers suggestions for managing this process in several different contexts, offering suggestions on how to preserve roles while providing for the child in question. Parenting grandparents will find this a helpful resource.

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Dealing with Toddlers - University of Illinois

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The University of Illinois offers this collection of strategies and ideas to help parents cope with rearing a toddler. There are guidelines on what to expect, as well as constructive...more
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The University of Illinois offers this collection of strategies and ideas to help parents cope with rearing a toddler. There are guidelines on what to expect, as well as constructive strategies to help manage the new challenges with which toddlers confront their parents. If there's a toddler in your home, take courage here!

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It All Adds Up

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Here's a slightly hip introduction to money management and personal finance for young people. There are separate sections for elementary, middle, and high school students, and each...more
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Here's a slightly hip introduction to money management and personal finance for young people. There are separate sections for elementary, middle, and high school students, and each section introduces a new set of concepts. The site is a collection of large Flash files, so it will work best with a high-speed or cable modem connection. There's a lot of content in this one.

tag(s): banks (10), money (184)

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Banking Games from First Southwestern - First Southwestern Bank

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Here are two shockwave games for elementary students that teach fundamental concepts about money and saving. These are simple enough for primary students, but they teach the fundamental...more
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Here are two shockwave games for elementary students that teach fundamental concepts about money and saving. These are simple enough for primary students, but they teach the fundamental ideas about saving and money.

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Developmental Milestones: The Fourth Year - Iowa State University

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This page describes some of the traits and behaviors which generally appear during the fourth year of a child's life. The content stresses that each child develops at a different ...more
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This page describes some of the traits and behaviors which generally appear during the fourth year of a child's life. The content stresses that each child develops at a different rate, and some behaviors may appear earlier or later. The author also suggests steps to take if more than a few of the listed behaviors are not present.

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Developmental Milestones: The Third Year - Iowa State University

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This page describes some of the traits and behaviors which generally appear during the third year of a child's life. The content stresses that each child develops at a different ...more
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This page describes some of the traits and behaviors which generally appear during the third year of a child's life. The content stresses that each child develops at a different rate, and some behaviors may appear earlier or later. The author also suggests steps to take if more than a few of the listed behaviors are not present.

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Developmental Milestones: The Second Year - Iowa State University

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This page describes some of the traits and behaviors which generally appear during the second year of a child's life. The content stresses that each child develops at a different ...more
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This page describes some of the traits and behaviors which generally appear during the second year of a child's life. The content stresses that each child develops at a different rate, and some behaviors may appear earlier or later. The author also suggests steps to take if more than a few of the listed behaviors are not present.

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Developmental Milestones: The First Year - Iowa State University

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This page describes some of the traits and behaviors which generally appear during the first year of a child's life. The content stresses that each child develops at a different ...more
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This page describes some of the traits and behaviors which generally appear during the first year of a child's life. The content stresses that each child develops at a different rate, and some behaviors may appear earlier or later. The author also suggests steps to take if more than a few of the listed behaviors are not present.

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Tweens: 9-12 Years Olds - About Kids Health

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in upper elementary school age children. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in upper elementary school age children. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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Remember that children develop at different rates. The content is a general guide, and a normal child may not show all the behaviors listed.

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School Age: 5 to 8 Years Old - About Kids Health

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in primary school age children. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in primary school age children. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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Teenagers: 13 to 18 Years Old - About Kids Health

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in five year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in five year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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WebMD: Four to 5 Years Old - Iowa State University

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in four to five year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in four to five year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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Preschoolers: 2 to 4 Years Old - About Kids Health

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in three year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in three year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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WebMD: Two Years Old - WebMD

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in two year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in two year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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WebMD: Growth and Development, Ages 12 to 24 Months - What to Expect - WebMD

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in children during the 12th month through the 24th month. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in children during the 12th month through the 24th month. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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Toddlers: 13 to 24 Months - About Kids Health

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in children during their second year. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in children during their second year. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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Babies: Newborn to 12 Months - About Kids Health

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in children during their first 12 months. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in children during their first 12 months. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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Divorce Matters - A Child's View - Iowa State University

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This page offers brief summaries of the ways in which children and young people typically react to divorce at differing ages. The author then suggests strategies parents and caregivers...more
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This page offers brief summaries of the ways in which children and young people typically react to divorce at differing ages. The author then suggests strategies parents and caregivers can use to help the child accept and cope with the situation.

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