Having Kids Essays

  • Kids Having Kids

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    Linnie, from one of the poorest areas of Washington, D.C., started having sex when she was only eleven. Girls from disadvantaged homes are three to four times more likely to have children. By the time Linnie was fifteen, she was pregnant. As soon as she found out, her boyfriend of five years left her. This is very common when it comes to teenage pregnancy. More teens are having sex and getting pregnant then ever before! These girls must decide what to do about their child, and that is a very hard

  • The Pros and Cons of Chat Rooms

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    see that there is adult chat and the different rooms they have in there are unreal. For me to get into something like that all I had to do was click my mouse a few times. For parents that know nothing about computers they should be worried. Having kids playing on the computer I believe parents need to monitor what they do, how long they are on, and who they are talking with. Chat rooms can be dangerous. You don’t hear every day about people doing something crazy through a chat room, but these

  • First Time Parent

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    year. Parenting requires patience (a lot), children are unpredictable. Remember that quality time is the best thing that a parent can do and give to a child. Parenting requires money to raise children. Don’t forget that sleep will be lost after having kids and never will be regained. This is called being a parent. The first and most important for being a parent is to love their children. Without love children would feel deprived and wonder why they weren’t good enough. Love is also needed to help

  • Leonardo Da Vinca

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    girl, Caterina, Leonardo was born on April 15, 1452, in Vinci, Italy, just outside Florence. His father took custody of the little fellow shortly after his birth, while his mother married someone else and moved to a neighboring town. They kept on having kids, although not with each other, and they eventually supplied him with a total of 17 half sisters and brothers. Growing up in his father's Vinci home, Leonardo had access to scholarly texts owned by family and friends. He was also exposed to Vinci's

  • My Service Learning Experience

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    I always said that I hated kids and had no desire to ever work with them I even said I would never give birth to any kids because I hated them so much. The thing is that I actually enjoyed my experience very much. I chose this activity because I wanted to try something different that I thought I wouldn't like. The teacher that I did this volunteer work for was my 1st grade teacher at County Elementary when I went to school there in 2000. The reason that I hate kids so much is because had a really

  • Pros And Cons Of Having Guns For Kids

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    Bang the kid is dead and it's because the parents did not put up there gun. This is why we should not give kids guns. About 10,000 kids under the age of 14 die a year. Others might say kids need guns for self defence. It is absolutely important kids have no access to guns because, it's deadly, it could get in the wrong hands, and they are too young to risk their life. The first reason kids should not have guns is it is harmful to kids.Others often argue kids should have guns for self defence purposes

  • Kids getting lazy, fat and disrespectful

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    Kids these days are getting lazier, fatter, and more disrespectful. The baseball and soccer fields are empty, and the parks are empty. Kids are just no where to be seen nowadays. Where have they all gone? Well, if you look in the right places, then maybe you’ll see them. By the right places, I mean in front of our good friends the television, the play station or the computer. Parents should Here are some stats from the U.S. Surgeon General’s office. •     Almost half of Americans aged 12 to 21 are

  • From Spanish to English: Becoming Literate in America

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    made me believe that I was some sort of thing that didn't belong. All these contributed to a low esteemed child that was unable to communicate. The world I was in suddenly became a place that I didn't know. To the kids and others in my class I was an illiterate person. As the only kid in my class that couldn't read or write in the same language I was felt out of many activates. The only thing that really helped me was the support of the teachers. They encouraged me to try the best that I could

  • School House Rock: Animated Educational Music Videos for Kids

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    The Benefits of School House Rock: Animated Educational Music Videos for Kids "As your body grows bigger, your mind must flower, it's great to learn, 'cause knowledge is power!" Any person in their twenties can tell you where this phrase comes from, and that is because every Saturday morning in between Saturday morning cartoons children would wait anxiously for a five minute break of School House Rock. Little did we know that while we were singing along to "Sufferin' Till Suffrage" we were

  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

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    brain processes worry thoughts (kids health). People with OCD have obsessions and compulsions. Obsession is defined as a compulsive preoccupation with a fixed idea or unwanted emotion (American Heritage). “Obsessions lead to anxiety (kids health).” To relieve their anxiety people will perform compulsions. Compulsion is defined as an irresistible impulse to act (American Heritage). An example of this would be someone who feels dirty may wash their hands 100 times a day (kids health). “In the United States

  • The Influence of Special Education Teachers

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    Special Education Para-Educator for eleven years now. My decision to do this was based on the needs of my family and kids. When my last child was born, the doctors did not think that he would make it. He had a heart malfunction and was born with RSV and Von Villibrantds disease (which I did not find out until he was three); those factors lead me to want to work with special education kids, knowing that I could make a difference. When I was twenty –three I went to college to get my science degree, thinking

  • Looking for a hotel where kids are welcome?

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    Looking for a hotel where kids are welcome? GRAPH The well-known comic The Family Circus by Bil Keane, which is run in over 1500 newspapers, shows the hectic life of an American family, giving meaning to the saying, "Kids will be kids." It is based on the actual life of Bil Keane’s family and his experiences as a child. The most commonly noted features of his comic are the circular shape he often encloses the pictures in, and the dotted line that follows the children around, giving away their

  • The Role of the Teacher in Education

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    Schools are one of the first places where kids' behavior and future educational success is shaped. Teachers are carriers of either positive or negative behavior toward students. The reason why the first years of school are so critical is because kids learn the base of their educational life. I believe that teachers must love their career in order for them to pass enthusiasm, to assists, and to provide a warm environment to the students. In my opinion teachers are the second mothers for the students

  • Reading to the Children

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    Reading to the Children I want to share the experience that I got from reading to the little kids in Washington school. This had been my first time doing community service so I was a little nervous, I didn't think that the kids where going to like me. But when I go to the school and saw the lovable little kids I felt much better. When we got into little groups and started reading they started hugging me and reading along. They made me feel good and I was ready to come back next Thursday. This

  • Gender Roles and Kids Toys

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    Gender Roles and Kids Toys In David Barry's article, Guys vs. Men, he discussed the differences between "guys" and "men". This article made several valid points, including that guys will try and out perform each other where sports are concerned and that the space shuttle is the ultimate guy toy. My question is why do only guys play with all the neat toys? Part of the answer to this question might be that men are encouraged to play with hi-tech toys while girls are given a Barbi doll or a

  • Techno Kids Is it Equal Oppurtunity for All?

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    Techno Kids Is it Equal Oppurtunity for All? I’ve been planning a dinner party for a week now. It’s my first time doing this and I’m a little nervous. At first I wasn’t sure whom to invite but my English teacher helped me decide. He encouraged me to invite people who will help me learn about how children are becoming more computer literate at such a young age, and if it is all children or only a select group. The guest list consists of Anne Hird, the author of the book Learning from Cyber

  • Fingerprinting Kids

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    Should parents voluntarily create detailed identification records(including fingerprints) on their children in anticipation of possiblerunaway problems or abductions? (1) Yes. You can never tell when terriblethings will happen to a child, so its best to be prepared. (2) No. Thevast majority of missing children are not abducted. Whether abducted ornot, fingerprinting will do no good. It wastes time and money and pushesus that much closer to the creation of the Orwellian National Data Centerthat

  • Hey kids

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    Hey Kids! I know it can be hard but try to remember when we were kids how much we all loved to wake up early on Saturday morning, sneak to the T.V., and watch our favorite cartoons. We loved to do this not only so that we could see our favorite characters go through troublesome dilemmas each episode, but also that we could see what was new on the market and try to convince our parents to spare a few dollars and buy it. This tactic has been used from years upon years and will likely continue occurring

  • Business Plan - Nursery

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    I have selected a nursery because there is high demand in the UK as well that there is a reasonable amount of profit SUMMARY PEOPLE I intend to employ on 3 to 4 employees along with my self and cater for approximately 12-20 kids once the business has established itself then I may decide to expand and cater for more children. THE PRODUCT I have selected a nursery because there is high demand in the UK as well that there is a reasonable amount of profit, which can be made if the

  • Kids Worst Nightmares

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    Kid’s Worst Nightmare The worst nightmare for a child in elementary school is to hear his/her teacher say they will have no recess. Most children look forward to recess every day and some could even play everyday all day if they could. It is a time for them to let off all the stress that has built up from school work, and a time for them to be themselves. The council on Physical Education for Children agree that recess is a necessity, they state that “Recess is a time that gives children opportunities