Another Successful Blog Carnival of Ideas

Brittany Harris presents 24 Blogs Sharing Tips for Goal Setting for the Coming School Year posted at NannyPro.com, saying, “This quote by Basil Walsh really pinpoints the importance of setting goals.  If your children neglect to set goals for the coming school year, they will be just aimlessly floating through their lessons.  By helping your child set goals you are not only teaching him an important skill that he will use the rest of his life, but you are helping him create a tool by which to steer his life.”

Hailey Jones presents 10 iPhone Apps to Help Monitor Kid’s Screen Time posted at Nanny Websites, saying, “The world of technology is always expanding, bringing new and exciting opportunities for parents and their children. While most youngsters won’t have a smartphone of their own, the iPhone is such a kid-friendly and fun device that parents who own them tend to find themselves handing their phones over more often than they’d like.”

Shelby Martin presents 7 Smart Ways Nannies Can Avoid Injury on the Job posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, “Working as a nanny means always being busy. You spend your days wrangling kids, sometimes several of them, and it can seem like you never stop moving. Activities, play dates, housework, cooking: there’s always something going on and something else to do.”

Denise Thompson presents Is Your Child Ready to Play Sports? posted at Find A Babysitter, saying, “When it comes to signing your child up for a sports team, it’s natural to feel a bit of trepidation while they’re still young. While you do not want your child to be behind the other children in terms of skills, you may wonder if your child is ready to devote the time and effort it takes to learn a sport and to be a part of a team.”

Jim Wilson presents How to Choose the Right Cell Phone for Your Child | Babysitters posted at 10 Physical Contact Rules for Babysitters, saying, “While the idea of having a cell phone in elementary school was about as far-fetched as landing on the moon for today’s parents, there’s no denying the fact that technology has evolved at a rapid enough pace to make that situation a very feasible one for kids just a generation later.”

Diego Brown presents How to Calm Back to School Jitters posted at National Nannies, saying, “Whether your child is entering kindergarten as a first-time student or preparing for the first day of his senior year, the first day of school is no laughing matter.”

Regina Naberhaus presents Capturing How Your Child Changes with a Photo a Day posted at Kidmondo, saying, “When it comes to parenting, few things are predictable. One thing that you can be sure of, however, is that your child will grow faster than you ever imagined. Capturing each and every moment in her development may not be feasible, but you can make a beautiful log of her growth from day to day.”

John Williams presents 20 of the Best Blogs Highlighting First Day of School Traditions posted at Live-In Nanny, saying, “Instituting a back-to-school tradition can help get everyone excited about the changes a new school year brings.”

Denise Young presents 24 Blogs Illustrating Quick Back-to-School Hairstyles for Girls posted at Au Pair Care, saying, “The beginning of a new school year signals a fresh start, and gives you the chance to completely reinvent your look. You may have assembled the perfect outfit for the first day, but have you figured out a complimentary way to style your hair?”

David Thompsonn presents How to Help Your Kids Deal With the Death of a Pet posted at Backup Care, saying, “Coping with the death of a pet — and the mess of feelings that comes with it — is one of the tougher parts of growing up. These feelings can be hard for everybody in the family, but they’re especially tough for young children. Children see pets as close friends and extensions of the family unit, and they have a great deal of importance in their lives.”

Arianna Lee presents How to Make Sure Your Kid Has a Great Playdate posted at Part Time Nanny, saying, “The two most important rules for children’s play dates are to keep activities age appropriate and to always have a back-up plan. With these two suggestions in mind, play dates can be fun for both children and parents alike.”

Teri Jones presents How to Avoid Common Problems When Grandma Provides Childcare posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, “For many families, Grandma is the first childcare choice. Parents love the idea of a family member whom they know and trust caring for the kids. But there are challenges that automatically come with this childcare option. Here are some questions parents should think about before having Grandma care for their kids.”

Carter White presents 24 Blogs with Easy to Make Nature Crafts for Kids posted at Babysitting, saying, “Nature-themed craft projects are a great way to engage the kids and teach them a little about the world around them. Instead of sacrificing another day to the TV or computer, take the kids on a nature walk one afternoon and have them collect different twigs, leaves, flowers and rocks that they find.”

Jeff Moore presents Ways to Avoid Bathtime Battles posted at Babysitting Jobs, saying, “Even the sweetest of kids can turn into a raging screamer after seeing a tub filled with water, and most parents don’t understand why their children feel that way. Kids, however, can despise cleaning up after a long day because of everything from the temperature of the water to the slipperiness of the tub and even the lack of fun they have in the water.”

Shelby Martin presents How to Communicate with Your Child’s Teacher posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, “With school starting, you can expect that there’s going to be a certain amount of chaos going on, from getting school supplies to enrolling in extracurricular activities to dealing with your child’s emotions about returning to school.”

Lisa Williams presents 5 Tips for Nannies Hosting Their First Playdate posted at Become A Nanny, saying, “Hosting a playdate may be your own idea or that of your employers, but either way it’s a fun and exciting way to help kids socialize and provide a break from your daily routine.”

That concludes this edition.  Submit your blog article to the next edition of all kids parties using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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