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The Whole Child, Issue #064 FOUR YEARS OLD
November 03, 2009
The Whole Child e-zine brings you free preschool activities each week to maximize your child's potential, build skills and parent-child relationships in just a few minutes per day. Useful tips, quotes, resources, opportunities and articles will be added for extra value!
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November 2009, Issue #064
1. Hello from Shirley
A while ago, I came across this metaphorical question. If you don't know the answer, here it is - “You can't”.
Instead of pretending that something glaringly obvious isn't there, it is best just to confess it openly...so here is my confession: This newsletter is long overdue.
There is a list reasons why it is overdue, including a computer crash, a family visit, tax returns and more. The bottom line is, I am sorry but I must confess that I can't promise it won't happen again.
As my children are growing older, I find that they demand more of my time for homeschooling and all the after-school activities that they are becoming involved in and I find myself in a season where I want to be more available to them and so my website ends up on the back-burner.
I am hoping that over the December holiday I will have time to devise a way to streamline the newsletter and the activities that go with it so that it will run more smoothly and demand less of my time next year.
Please remember that you can always refer to the back issues of The Whole Child, which you will find on my website here: Back issues of The Whole Child
1. Hot topics:
3. Music Appreciation
4. Re-education Most of us have been raised in an education system that told us to get a good education, so we could get a good job and then we’d be financially secure, but in reality we are not. Read how you can do what I did and re-educate yourself and invest in yourself and your financial future. SBI E-learning
In times when banks close, insurance companies get placed under curatorship and pension funds are bankrupt, the future can look very uncertain, especially if you are dependent on others for your future security.
A wise man always said to me: “Don't put all your eggs in one basket.” Now, I am not an expert on investments or policies or such, but I have full confidence that the effort I have invested in my website will continue to pay dividends in the future. It's an ongoing source of passive income.
I AM CELEBRATING that my site was 4 YEARS OLD on the 30th of last month and it earns me a regular 'salary' yet I get to be a stay-at-home-mom. In my opinion, every family should have an income-generating website in their financial basket.
Need more info? Read the story About My Site or click on the banner below for answers to your specific questions:
You will need to have Adobe Reader installed. It’s a free download. Repeat these activities often - with your own variations too!
1. Gross motor skills
Encourage your child to imitate the movements of various kinds of animals:
jump like a frog or rabbit
3. Visual skills
4. Auditory skills
5. Mathematical skills
6. Language and thinking skills
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