When someone sneezes what do you say? Some say “gesundheit” while others say “bless you.” Some religious people will even tack a “God” onto the front of the latter. Can you think of anything else commonly used? No? Then why on earth was a Dyer County High School student suspended for saying “bless you” when a teacher sneezed?Read Full Story
For educators, lunchtime can be one of the trickiest hours of the day to manage. Between the feeding frenzy and joy of not being in the classroom for a few moments, students have a tendency to get over-excited. Help curb the chaos by being proactive and teaching your child lunchtime table manners at home.Read Full Story
You can't believe your little angel not only dropped the f-bomb (or another just-as-unsightly curse word), but she used it correctly. You blame your husband, he blames you — but, finger pointing aside, how should you react when this happens?Read Full Story
Kids say the darndest things at the worst moments, often to the embarrassment of their parents. So it comes as no shock when a child stares and points at someone who looks different — after all, it’s natural to be curious about something new.Read Full Story
Behaviors that are developmentally-appropriate at age 2 stop being cute at 8 and can become quite obnoxious at 15. As children mature, they often outgrow behaviors such as tantrums or picky eating. However, some behaviors don’t simply resolve with maturation.Read Full Story
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