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Here are the top ten articles for the Sons Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Important Facts About Baby Boys
Baby boys are different from baby girls. Here are the things no one will tell you about having a baby boy!
2. What the Common Core Standards Mean
The term Common Core Standards is all over the news and, most likely, your child's school. What are these standards? What do they mean for your son and his education?
3. When Little Boys Dress Like Girls
Recent events in the news have made some parents wonder if it is normal for their sons to dress up in girls' clothes. Psychologists agree that such behavior is completely normal, and is even complimentary of your parenting style.
4. Alternatives for Non-Athletic Sons
Sports may be the first thing one thinks of when he thinks of boys and their hobbies, but it is by no means the only hobby for a boy. Explore some hobby alternatives to traditional team sports, and find something new to introduce to your son today!
5. Why a Boy Needs a Dog
A boy and his dog is a cliche, but there are many reasons why boys and dogs go together like peanut butter and jelly!
6. Unabridged vs.Abridged Books
If there is one subject on which librarians (and many parents) feel strongly, it is abridged classics: some love them and some hate them. What few seem willing to admit is that each side has some good points. Without further ado, then, here are the benefits of each:
7. Learning and Intelligence Diagnostic Tests
Knowing that your son does not think in quite the same way as other boys, but not being able to pinpoint the difference can be very frustrating, but there are diagnostic tests that, when administered by qualified professionals, can help you figure out his individual needs.
8. Learn Anything on YouTube
Over the past couple of years I have realized that one can learn anything on YouTube. From piano lessons, to art ideas, to car and appliances fixes, if it can be taught, someone is teaching it for free on YouTube!
9. Review of Send by Patty Blount
Parents can talk until the cows come home but too often the words go in one ear and out the other. Stories, however, stay with teens. A book like Send will stay with your son and, maybe, will come back to him at a propitious time.
10. Dyeing Easter Eggs with Kool-Aid
Breaking out the Kool-Aid instead of the old standby dye when dyeing your Easter eggs will likely delight your sons, so give it a try this year as you make a new memory and, perhaps, even start a new tradition.
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