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Friday, April 13, 2007

Webisode 3: Raising Charitable Children

When kids have the latest video games, action heroes and dolls, how do you teach them to appreciate what they have? They say that charity starts at home, but with our intensely busy family schedules, we usually don’t have the time to talk about it - let alone do anything about it.

On this Mom Matters webisode, our expert guest is Heather Jack. She is the founder and president of The Volunteer Family, an organization that helps match interested families with community volunteer opportunities. Heather discusses easy ways we can spend true quality time together with our families while simultaneously teaching our children to care about others.

Sponsored by: The Volunteer Family

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Sunday, April 1, 2007

Webisode 2: Furry, Feathered, Friend or Foe

Many kids are terrified of animals, including domesticated pets – large and small, furry or not. Experienced veterinarian and community educator, Leslie Marci, helps us understand why some kids typically are fearful of animals and what we can do to help them feel safely at ease. She discusses what we can do as parents to ease our own anxiety and in turn help our children enjoy their own or other people’s pets.

Sponsored by: Wander Wear - preventing kids from getting lost

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