How Playing Toddler Online Games and Other Ways Can Help Your Child Get Good Grades

In this article, I will educate the parents about the different ways in which they can help their children get good grades. Every parent wishes his or her child to standout in the class and every child is born with the capacity to meet that goal, yet only a few can achieve the highest grades. This may be the result of many factors. Here are a few ways that you can try out to assure the success of your child in exams.

Provide a Quiet Spot for your child to do his homework. It is better to have your child do his homework someplace other than his bedroom, where games, toys or even a television compete for his attention.

Minimize distractions by making homework a family activity. School-age siblings can study at the same time, and mom and dad can read the paper or play a game of chess.

Host a homework party. Invite neighborhood parents and their children over regularly. Meet at your house one week, someone else’s next time.

A better way to study is to have your child write down the key concepts in her own words, and then study those notes. Staring at a textbook for hours doesn’t help the material sleep in. writing demands focus, so she will retain more information.

Dress your child in his favorite, most comfortable outfit on the day of an exam. If he feels good about himself, chances are he will do better on a test.

Limit TV viewing and computer use the night before a big test – - staring at a screen can tire kids out.

Let your child have fun during the weekend or you can even allow him to have a break during the weekdays. The best way to make him spend that free time is by letting him play toddler online games. Online games allow him to understand the use of computer (which is very important in the world of today) and these are designed in such a way that they help to sharp the vision and mind of your child. Make sure that you let him visit an online game website which offers only peace-loving and intelligent games for your children, rather than advocating violence and war.

Help your child get organized to prevent lost assignments.

Celebrate all successes. Your C+ child is now a B? Buy her a book or see a movie together. Little treats will motivate your daughter or son to continue tow work hard in the future.

How to Copy PS3 Games and Save a Ton of Money and Time

There can be no mistake that PS3 systems are one of the top gaming consoles. The incredible power that is build into these machines is staggering. The PS3 contains mind numbing graphics with deep rich gaming stories. Regardless of whether or not you are playing a first person shooter, RPG, fantasy or a sports game these systems hit close to real life. As a byproduct these games that were never cheap to begin with have begun to get more and more expensive. This in and of itself is not a bad thing as most of us do not mind paying for a good product and 8 times out of 10 these games do deliver. However the down side is these discs are very fragile and are damaged with supersizing ease. So what is the alternative how do we protecting yourselves? Simple in today’s world we just need to learn how to copy PS3 games.

If you do a bit of looking around there is much talk on this subject and with good reason. Something needs to be done in order to insure that the rather sizable amount you spend on a video games does not go to waste. Many people think.”Hey no big deal I have a DVD burner on my computer I can just toss in my game and I will be all set.” Well this is just not true. It is true if you have a DVD burn then you have the needed hardware but you are lacking in the software department.

Fortunately there is software that will marry these two combats’ together. You can easily obtain software to backup PS3 games. These software packages are very easy to use and very inexpensive. In fact they tend to run less than a newly released game.

The steps to burn PS3 games could not be easier.

Steps How to Copy PS3 Games:

  1. Insert game that needs backing up into your drive.
  2. Start up your game coping software.
  3. The software will then begin to save your game to a temp file on your computer.
  4. When that step is complete your will then be asked to insert a blank DVD/CD into your burner.
  5. The software will then begin to write the data to the blank disc.

When this is done you are left with a perfect back up of your every expensive game. That game can then be stored for safe keeping. That’s it no more to backing you’re your PS3 games. So do yourself a favor and learn how Copy PS3 Games. Don’t pay twice for the same game ever!

Ministry Tips: Playing the Game and Using the Gifts

As someone who has a background in Christian Counseling people fascinate me so I find myself “probing” trying to go just that little bit deeper. It doesn’t work with my teenage son who often replies with simple grunts and shoulder shrugs.

I try to understand that there may not be a lot of communication, and I need to go about it in a very delicate way, trying to talk about things he likes to talk about or engaging in activities that can be done “side by side”. A bit like parallel play for toddlers. One activity is playing computer games while my son plays x-box games and responding with a few grunts of my own. This post isn’t about parenting a teenager but a life lesson about ministry that I thought about while playing Lara Croft, The Legend, on the computer tonight.In preparing to play this game I followed all the directions:

  • Installed the CD
  • Opened the game guide
  • Read instructions on keys and controls
  • Discovered what keys to press to shoot the enemy, etc.
  • Kept the manual right beside me as I started to play

I found myself struggling to make it through one area – I was being shot and grenades were coming at me from rooftops and doorways. Between turning the pages, pausing the game, fingers stumbling to find the right keys and pressing wrong controls I became frustrated. To make matters worse, every time I “died” the game reverted back to the last official “checkpoint”. I was getting fed up with repeating the same maneuvers and mistakes over and over again.

At one point my son took pity and within 2 minutes the scene was cleared of all dangers and pitfalls – every enemy disposed of. His fingers nimbly skimmed keys making “Lara” move swiftly, firmly and with consummate skill. Grinning broadly at my compliments he returned to his game while I decided to go make supper.

I began to think how like ministry this is. We think we are prepared and have everything ready – we have the “how to manual”. Yet putting it into practice is not as easy. It is like this computer game, we find ourselves stumbling and fumbling. We begin to feel that we just cannot do this – it is too hard.

Sometimes God requires that we repeat certain steps – learning from our failures. Then there are times we need to ask for help from those that have their skills built up from use. They can steer us through the pitfalls and explain what may have gone wrong and give tips on how to hone our skill. It is also good to step back and evaluate where you are doing well, what needs further work and how can it be done differently.

Don’t let despair settle in as we look at others thinking we can never do that. God may not want us to do what someone else does – but He does require that we step out in what He want us to do. “Lara” faced many enemies and obstacles in this game and so will we – but we keep applying principles that we have learned from God’s manual. If we fail, we get up and try again. God gives each of us different gifts but He also requires that we apply ourselves in growing and honing what He has given. This is done by “playing the game” – by living it out.

I went back to try the game a bit later – I chuckled when the game was loading as it showed the percentage of the game that I had completed successfully – 8%. I have a long way to go but I am applying myself to learn by doing. How about you?