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Honoring the Child

April, 2011
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“A child, at birth, is a candidate for humanity; it cannot become human in isolation.” – Henri Pieron.
With every generation of children, we are given the opportunity to support the moral advancement of humanity. Children are born with a sense of wonder, exploring and learning all they can about their time, culture and place. As adults we [...]

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Educate Children, Using a Kindly Tongue

November, 2010
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“Clean up that mess!”, “Wash your hands before eating!”, “Change those dirty socks!”, “Use shampoo for your hair!” How often do we hear ourselves shouting such commands at our children?
It’s really not an easy task to use a kindly tongue especially after a hard day’s work, after having cleaned up the house perfectly and have the [...]

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An Afternoon of Unity & Joy at The Family Learning House

June, 2010
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A Story of Honesty

June, 2010
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As we teach young children about courtesy, gentleness and honesty, we sometimes wonder if they will ever show these qualities by themselves without being reminded. How will they act when faced with a moral decision? The following true story about a little boy in Gansu [...]

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The Benefits of Dynamic Counseling for Children

April, 2010
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Parents and teachers often find themselves in a counseling role; helping children to deal with challenges or to make a moral decision. While it may feel good to exercise our wisdom and give advice, it is more valuable in the long run to empower children to arrive at their own solutions. The art of ‘Spiritual [...]

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Finding Solutions to Create Peacefulness

February, 2010
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“You two, stop fighting!”, “Behave yourselves and do not bother each other.”, “What happened again between the two of you?” As a parent of two or more children, we might hear ourselves say these phrases several times on any given day. For most of us, peaceful conflict resolution between siblings is not what we studied at [...]

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Learning Gentleness through Storytelling

December, 2009
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Stories are an effective means to help children understand virtues and learn how to apply them in their daily life. The following story extracted from the resource materials of ‘The Virtues in UsTM’ Children’s Character EducationProgram, can be used by parents and teachers to teach children 4-7 years old about the virtue of gentleness. The depicted [...]

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Thanksgiving Night at The Family Learning House

November, 2009
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The Priceless Gift of Storytelling

November, 2009
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Children love stories. Most young children do not get tired of hearing the same story over and over again. They also love to make up stories, especially those related to their daily lives. Made up stories about Johnny or Nancy  not eating, not sharing, and needing to be courteous or kind can be used to impart relevant and [...]

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Sports Day of The Family Learning House

October, 2009
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Campus of Gems

September, 2008
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The new Family Learning House Jianwai SOHO (FLH SOHO) is the latest new school to open in downtown Beijing. This beautiful new facility includes two toddler classrooms for children aged 18-months to 3 years, and six primary classrooms for 3 to 6 year olds.

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“Worming” into Environmental Friendliness

June, 2008
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Have you ever thought a nasty-looking worm could play a role in children’s education? At the Family Learning House SOHO campus, children learn about environmental protection by feeding worms with school-life waste and then using the worms to create a small compost system that supplies fertilizer for the school garden.

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Virtues in Us - A program for young teachers

September, 2007
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The Family Learning House Party in the Garden

September, 2007
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The Elegant First Step

July, 2007
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