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What do you do with your child's artwork? It's one messy dillema that we all begin to struggle with at pre-school level and believe us, it just gets worse. Just ask Jedd . As a Father of a 9 & 6 year old, he is in the thick of it! From doodles and drawings, to holiday magic and personalized cards, we gather these paper things, and we want to keep them (usually), and we don't know how or where to best store them, protect them, share them & save them forever. That is why Jedd created ARTKIVE.
Learn about this must-have app curated by our MomAngeles Experts. Tonight Kristin & Laura let you know why organized moms use ARTKIVE & how to use it plus what it takes to launch your digital dream business.
It's all right here in the heart of the city: MOMAngeles RADIO every #MommyMonday #BestofLA with Kristin & Laura
Join Sara Bingham, WeeHands Founder and author of The Baby Signing Book, each week as she shares parenting tips, language development strategies, and the joys of connecting with your baby, toddler and/or preschool child.
Since 2001, WeeHands has been an industry-leading children's sign language and language development program delivered through interactive, fun classes, as well as a line of tailored products. In 2014, WeeHands became part of Morneau Shepell’s Children's Support Solutions, an organization that provides health-centered and educational services to children with differences to help them reach their potential.
This week, Sara will chat with Lauren Robinson, a speech language pathologist with Children's Support Solutions, about our favourite topic...early language development!
We are talking to Darren Whittaker on tonights show! Here is some backround from the man himself.
I started keeping reptiles around 97/98.
I have loved reptiles all my life, just like sharks the ocean and fishing.
Although I don't go to the beach anymore as I get rolled back into the water by green peace. :-)
My passion started when I got hands on with a RBB when I was around 10 or 11 years of age.
Was addicted ever since, although my parents would never let me have a reptile and my dad thought they should all be dead there was no way they could stop me getting one...eventually.
So that changed when I bought a house in '97 and got my first snake not long after that.
My parents now love the scaly little critters which is nice.
A few species I'm glad I kept, some shitty MD morph and some crappy striped jungles. :D
I currently keep MDs, Barkley locale Stimmies, Blonde Macs, normal Macs, T+ children's, Het albino Macs, water pythons, coastal carpets, albino Darwin's, womas, RSPs, B&W jungles, olives and some beardies for the kids.
I think that's it.
I am really getting into the genetics now, I'm loving all these different mutations and wonder what their combinations will create.
One of the things I noticed 8-10 years ago whilst visiting pet shops, that most customers didn't care what locality an animal was from, most had no idea what Georgetown stimmy was and didn't care, they just wanted a pretty snake.
I said then that people will buy what they like the look of over any specific locale, it is only those that are more into their locales that care. The average punter just wants a cool looking snake.
I am trying to concentrate on visually appealing snakes these days, eventually a whole heap of new morphs!
Today my guest is Dr. Umar Abdullah-Johnson a Nationally Certified School Psychologist who practices privately throughout Pennsylvania, lectures throughout the country. Umar is a blood relative of Frederick Douglass, the great black Abolitionists and orator. As a school psychologist Umar evaluates children ages 3-21 in an effort to determine if they have educational disabilities and a need for special education services. Umar is considered a national expert on learning disabilities and their effect on black children, as well an expert on helping schools and parents modify challenging behaviors that can ultimately lead to disrupted behavior disorders diagnosis’s in black boys. So without further delay, YMP fam, help me welcome to the show Dr. Umar Johnson.
Preventing litter box problems is the number one thing most cat owners need to do for their cats, and with a few simple changes and modifications, you too can ensure that your cat always uses the box!
We also take your questions, whether on this topic or any other topic, since no question is too big or too small! Cat talk radio with feline veterinarian Dr. Shelby Neely is the place to learn everything you could ever want to know about cats. Join us every Sunday and Wednesday and call or write in with your own personal cat questions at http://www.askthecatdoctor.com/cat-talk.html . For more on these and other cat health and news topics, visit Dr. Neely's website at www.askthecatdoctor.com, which was chosen as the Best Cat Health Website in 2012.
Today we welcome a special guest Chasidy White. An 8th grade world history teacher, Chasidy was alert to the threat of Common Core on our children's educational well-being early on and has been following the phenomenon closely both in her activisim outside the classroom and her attempts to help her students within. We will hear what life is like for a teacher having to apply the standards in her classroom, as well as an in-depth look at what this means for the future of curriculum and education in America.
In this week's episode, Jamie will be talking about night training. Whether you are choosing to potty train night and day together or separating them out into 2 different trainings, night training can scare the bejeezus out of many parents. Night training is never about behavior or manipulationon your child's part. So, we rely heavily on "tricks of the trade". Join us to get help and tips. As usual, there will be a large chunk of time devoted to questions from you. Questions are not limited to the weekly topic.
Listen to international speaker, author, trainer, consultant and educator, Carolyn Coil, on this episode of The Inclusive Class Podcast!
Carolyn has worked in the field of education for over 30 years and offers listeners realistic and user-friendly strategies for raising student achievement, differentiating curriculum and assessing student performance. These are integral components of an inclusive class!
Whether you are a parent or teacher, listen to Carolyn for tips that can be used in the classroom to support ALL learners! For more information about Carolyn, go to www.carolyncoil.com.
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