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November 2, 2009 BY MARY ROCKEY, PH.D. more »»

The Sweet Sound of Children

November 2, 2009 BY MARY ELLEN CARLSON, DIRECTOR HERITAGE HOUSE CHILDCARE & LEARNING CENTER “The art of parenting is to teach the art of living to children.” – E. more »»

The EVE of Thankful Children: Expecting, Valuing, and Encouraging Thanks

November 2, 2009 BY RACHEL MESMER LUDWIG, CHILDREN’S SPOA COORDINATOR There is a French proverb that reads, “Gratitude is the heart’s memory. more »»

Child Care & Biting

November 2, 2009 BY HEIDI WOODARD, RESOURCE & REFERRAL COUNSELOR, CHAUTAUQUA OPPORTUNITIES If your child is in child care, eventually one toddler is going to bite another toddle. more »»

Observing And Defining Behavior: Instruction Following

November 2, 2009 BY DONNA JEAN SCANIO, RETIRED GUIDANCE COUNSELOR/AUTHOR, FREDONIA As a parent it is hard to know what to teach our kids. more »»

Teach Your Teens How to Give and Get Respect

November 2, 2009 BY JANET FORBES, BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY LIAISON, CASSADAGA JOB CORPS ACADEMY You know you have hit a milestone in parenthood when your daughter or son starts to show an... more »»

Parent Involvement In School Is Vital

November 2, 2009 BY I.F. EASTMAN, HEALTHY COMMUNITY - HEALTHY YOUTH OF WARREN COUNTY There is a developmental asset that typically declines between 6th grade and 12th grade (from 50% to 20%. more »»

Survey: Parents say online safety is top concern, but not taking action

November 2, 2009 Parents worry about protecting their children from online predators. But some just aren't worried enough, it seems. more »»

From The Editor

October 5, 2009 Parenting is a tough job. Parenting on your own is an even tougher job. Being a single parent is probably the most difficult job I can imagine actually. more »»

The Little Moments

October 5, 2009 BY LINDSEY STAPLES, TEACHER, HERITAGE HOUSE CHILDCARE AND LEARNING CENTER Uh-oh, Miss Lindsey, Billy spilled his milk again!” A tiny yet undeniable voice whines from behind... more »»

SCRIBBLING the art of writing

October 5, 2009 BY LISA JORDAN, FAMILY CHILD CARE PROVIDER/WRITER, WARREN PA How many times has your child presented you with a picture that you’ve had to turn sideways, or even upside dow... more »»


October 5, 2009 BY MARY ROCKEY, PH.D. more »»

Is Home Schooling for You?

October 5, 2009 BY CYNTHIS CORBELLI, MOTHER, HOME SCHOOL TEACHER, JAMESTOWN I have been home schooling my children for eleven years. more »»

Book Reviews

October 5, 2009 By Valle Blair Pre K-1st LINES THAT WIGGLE by CANDACE WHITMAN (Blue Apple Books, 2009) *** This picture book shows how lines... more »»


October 5, 2009 BY JANN BALL, DIRECTOR OF THE COMPEER PROGRAM, CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY Are you tired about hearing of ways to reduce stress? Honestly, even hearing about stress reduction tips... more »»


October 5, 2009 BY HEIDI WOODARD, RESOURCE & REFERRAL COUNSELOR/AUTHOR, FREDONIA The cold is the most common illness in the U.S. more »»

Celebrating Pumpkins

October 5, 2009 BY DODI KINGSFIELD, TECHNICAL SERVICES SUPERVISOR, FREELANCE WRITER AND AUTHOR The days are getting shorter, the nights are getting cooler, and once again, we can leave our... more »»

Teacher Feature

October 5, 2009 WRITTEN BY TARA VANDEVELDE, H.C. FENNER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL When a student walks into the H.C. Fenner Elementary Media Center that child awaits a real adventure. more »»

Nurturing a Responsible Attitude Toward Learning

October 5, 2009 BY LINDA SWANSON, RETIRED ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL In a September Post-Journal article, a senior at Cattaraugus-Little Valley Central School, Morgan Clark, stated:... more »»

Observing And Defining Behavior: Back To School

October 5, 2009 BY DONNA JEAN SCANIO, RETIRED GUIDANCE COUNSELOR/AUTHOR, FREDONIA Now that the kids are back to school we can get back to our more normal routine. more »»



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