Say No To Bullying

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Ever wonder why some kiddies today are too afraid to go to school? There could be a lot of reason why your child won’t step out of his room to go to school and one major reason is probably of bullying. It is not uncommon nowadays when you hear about this issue and your kid may actually be a victim of this act or worse, being the bully in his school. Say no to Bullying!

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Not long ago, I never thought that a preschooler could hurt another kid and the idea itself sounded crazy, but when a close friend of mine who’s actually a pre-school teacher in an international school told me about an incident where two of her students quarreled like wild animals, I still didn’t believe it until I saw them with my own eyes. There was this kid crying out loud and he was one of the new kids in school. He was being chased by his classmate who was a girl at about five years old. She kept punching him on his back and the boy was running away from her. When they were sent to the director’s office, her reason was because he had a crush on her and she got really frustrated and told him that if she keeps punching him, his crush for her would go away. As she was explaining her side, she can’t help but laugh and thought that it was a silly joke. The next day the little boy got bruises all over his body and didn’t want to go to school. I thought to myself that they were just preschoolers and yet the violence was already present and though they may not know what they were doing, it was still inexcusable. Kids going to school nowadays is something questionable when it comes to safety measures.

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Another incident was when one of my friends told me about her son’s situation in school. She noticed that her kid was seemingly thin yet it he eats a lot at home and she would even give him extra money to buy himself food in school. Her kid was physically fine except that he was slimmer compared to kiddies his age. One day her son went up to her and told her if she could just pack him lunch instead of giving him money because the bullies in his school would force him to give out his pocket money during recess time and would threaten to punch him if he didn’t comply. Right after this incident my friend transferred her son into a different school and although he’s going to be one of the new kids in school, at least she was somewhat relieved knowing that her son didn’t have to deal with those bullies again. But I asked her, do you think that there are no bullies in his new school? Do you think that you can ultimately stop this from happening when you transfer your son into a different school? Kids going to school is something all parents should face and these kinds of bullying cannot be stopped simply by transferring your kids from one school to another once a bully presented itself. There must be another way to stop them.

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Bullying is the act of willingly causing physical, emotional, verbal or mental harm to others. It could be through name-calling another person, physical assault such as hitting, kicking, biting, social exclusion where they intentionally reject another kid to shame them or anything that would hurt another individual. A bully can turn something like lunch time or going to the bus stop a living hell for other kids and this can leave a deep emotional scar that sometimes traumatize other youngsters. This is something we can avoid and prevent from happening and the moment we learn that our kids are being bullied, we should act on it and stop it from ever happening, not just to our kids but to other helpless children as well. Bullies usually attack new kids in school as they want to exert territory or they want to show who’s tough. It is important for us parents to take bullying seriously and not just let our kiddies handle it by themselves and tell them that it is part of growing up. Kids going to school should not be a tormenting act for them, but instead, it should be a safe and fun place where they can learn new things and meet new friends.

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In other parts of the world, bullying has contributed to many serious matters such as suicide, school shooting and kidnapping. Others take it to other forms such as posting indecent comments through social media or spreading out gossip on the Internet.

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The subject of bullying is a long and elaborate discussion and I do not want to bore you as you may have heard about this issue a million times. The bottom line here is that we should know how to detect once our kids are victims of such act. This happens a lot to new kids in school and the only thing that can prevent it from happening is that we have an open communication with our kiddies. Technology is our may weapon in order to keep track of our kids’ welfare. Giving them a cellphone is a good way to know where they are, letting them create their own social media accounts is also a great way to help them express how they feel and maybe gain more friends. By handing them smart phones or tablets, they can easily install useful apps where they can easily contact their families, their friends or perhaps share their emotions through their own personal blogs. Our kids have their own battles and we, as parents cannot always be there for them whenever they need us and all we can do is guide them and hope that they turn out to be responsible individuals. Let’s not be afraid about kids going to school as it is nothing but normal and with proper guidance and the use of available tools that can strengthen your bond with your kid, you can be sure that you’re raising a responsible child who will someday become a role model to others. For more information about bullying or how you can raise a child in the digital world using the most innovated technology to keep them safe, CLICK HERE now!

Do Kids Hate School?

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Let’s face it moms and dads, we are more afraid of our kids’ reaction when we talk about school than our kiddies who are actually going to school. Why? Because they always give us mixed emotions, some are quite excited to be entering school for the very first time while others suffer from separation anxiety. We’re lucky if our children are ecstatic to be at these learning facilities but what if it’s the other way around? What if our kids hate school and waking them up every morning seems like a punishment for them?

 

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Kiddies go to school at the age of four while in some cases, parents like to introduce them into early education by taking them at the age of three. It doesn’t really matter what age you bring them to school but most educators and parents would say that introducing them at an earlier age makes it less stressful and exciting for them. It is never easy taking them to a place where you will be away from them, not only that it is heartbreaking for your kiddies but it’s going to be difficult for you as mommies who take care of them 24/7. When they start to cry as they lose sight of you, it somehow gives you the idea that kids hate school but we really don’t have much choice as they need to learn from actual teachers. All you got to do is learn how to make it less traumatic for them to be seeing less of you when they enter school and to make it more exciting to be learning something new. Now, how do we do that? Maybe buying them their first kids school kit? Let’s talk about it more.

 

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Kids hate school. No. They don’t hate school. They just hate the fact that they are separated from their parents as they are not accustomed to not seeing them all the time. Leaving them with strangers (their news classmates and teachers) could be a little overwhelming for some kids. Eating alone or with someone they hardly know is probably something they are no accustomed to. Becoming social to other children may also be foreign to them as they may not know how to approach them or how they will react when others went closer to them. These are the things that we need to focus on. There are ways on how we can eliminate this fear of going to school and one of which is by preparing them a nice kids school kit. There are many school supplies available in the market today that feature their favorite cartoon characters like pencil cases, bags, notebooks and water jugs. By getting them this stuff, you’re keeping them excited and always looking forward to showing off their cool merchandise.

 

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The secret of making your kids want to go to class is to always keep them uplifted, excited and to show them the benefits of learning. It may sound difficult at first but once you get the hang of it, it’ll be as simple as tossing a pancake. You’ll only think that kids hate school when it becomes a struggle to bring them  there, but once they see that waking up early and being present in class is something they should look forward to because it has a lot of positive reinforcement, then you got yourself a happy kiddie! Just make sure to equip them with the right tools that can help them learn more and make things easier for them such as these new tablets specifically made for kiddies. Learning has never been this fun as technology has made it easier for us to instill knowledge among youth.

 

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Even classrooms today find these devices useful in incorporating information amongst our children. It has become a prerequisite in most schools today to use these kinds of tools to make learning more fun for our kiddies. These tablets are installed with different apps that will surely teach our children basic lessons that they need to know in their pre-school years. Stop the idea of “kids hate school” and begin to believe more in “kids love school!” Add in your shopping cart these exciting kids school kit and make learning for them easy, exciting and extra fun! If you want to know more tips and ideas on prepping your kiddies to school, make sure you VISIT US now!