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How to protect your children from head lice

Head lice are a common problem, which your children can bring home from their school or a sleepover. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take to prevent it from happening:


1. Keep your ears open
If you find out about a bout of lice at kindergarten, school, or sports club of your children, you should take measures immediately. Experts at Best Salon NYC recommend using a preventive shampoo designed for kids; its nature-inspired formula works effectively and gently. It’s also essential to have quick check-ups, especially if your child is scratching his/her head.

Millenial Nostalgia for Kids and Adults

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months, you’ve heard something about Pokemon Go, the augmented reality game that has zombie-like hordes congregating in malls, libraries, and even cemeteries, studiously watching their smartphones.

You may love the game or hate it. You might focus on how it does a great job at getting kids outdoors and moving, or you might focus instead on how it’s making people drive like idiots. But I don’t want to talk about that today. I want to talk about what this says about our generation and nostalgia culture.

Technology in classrooms; latest technology trends for students!

The new dimension of giving videos for homework is on the rise. Surely, it can be said something which is beyond the ‘tipping point’, because there are many students who are now not using the traditional computers to connect to the internet. Here are some of the new technology trends which are observed recently.

Students have personal access to the mobile devices:
The trend of having personal access to mobile devices is increasing day by day and most of the students are carrying the devices in their pockets, backpack or purses. Most of the students have access to the internet connected smart-phones and devices and they are using them in the classrooms.

Teach Your Children About Emotions

We as humans feel many emotions: happiness, anger, fear, frustration, sadness, etc. As an adult, you have learned how to handle your emotions, but your children have not. Children do not know how to talk about what they feel, so instead, they will to lash out inappropriately and often physically. In order to combat this, you need to give your children the tools to properly name and handle their emotions.

Sad Boy

1. Name the Emotions
Most children lash out because they don’t understand what they are feeling. You need to help them label their emotions so that they can properly handle them. Here are a few methods to help you teach your children about emotions.