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Entrusting someone to care for your child can be
difficult. Finding a qualified babysitter requires time and effort, but
your reward is assurance that your child is in capable hands.
Tutorials on disciplining your children
This Health and Safety course will give you the
necessary safety and health measures you need to know. It is
required that children know certain Health and Safety Facts at
home and in school. This course will meet those requirements.
Included are lessons on Automobile Safety, Child Care, Sports,
Fire Safety, Bicycle/Scooter Safety, Health, Diet, Home Safety,
Home & Garden Maintenance and Repairs, Internet Safety, Sun
Safety, Swimming and Pool Safety and more!.
Online Babysitting Course leading to Certification
Babysitting course (leading to certification) is a
well researched 100 page online course that has been
developed for people who would like to become expert
Babysitters. The course has been designed so that it
is easily understood by beginners and people new to
Babysitting apart from seasoned nannies.
Streetproofing Our Kids
This course is designed to assist parents,
caregivers, teachers, and anyone who has an interest in keeping
our children aware of the dangers in our streets, schools, and
possibly even our own homes. There is no need for a college
diploma or a university degree to take this course. It is
designed to assist anyone who needs to know how to streetproof a
child and what you can do to make a difference. This course can
be done at your own time frame, in your own home, and done with
your child at the same time if you wish!
Being a good parent takes work. The job is to help
children to grow up to fulfill their potential in life. It takes lots of
patience and understanding, but it offers great rewards — for our kids,
for ourselves, and for our communities. The better we understand the
job, the better we can do it.
Expectant parents spend months preparing for the arrival
of their baby. By the time they bring their new little family member
home, they've taken classes, read a library's worth of books, and bought
enough onesies to fill an entire dresser. But even with all the
preparation, the reality of caring for a baby can be overwhelming.
For parents, the arrival of a baby is a happy event. This
is not necessarily true for an older child. While there probably is no
way to keep your child from resenting - however slightly - the shift of
the spotlight to a newborn, there are ways to help children cope with
the future scenestealer.
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