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  • Why are Paper Cuts so Painful?
  • Keeping Steven Even
  • Just A Thought

  • Become an Event Helper

    Would you like to attend a conference as an Accountable Kids Helper? If you are located near one of our scheduled events and would like help out in exchange for a convention pass, please send us your contact information along with the event you would like to attend. Helping is simple and fun! We hope to hear from you!


    Why are Paper Cuts so Painful?

    Paper cuts happen while sorting bills, doing homework, even reading - and they often hurt more than more serious counterparts.

    Some doctors speculate that this is because the jagged edges on paper make a "rough cut" which causes microscopic damage to the sensitive nerves in our fingers.

    These nerves are there to warn us of the dangers of touching sharp or hot objects before we do more damage to our flesh. Since paper cuts are shallow, they don't bleed a lot, meaning they are less likely to clot and scab over.

    To alleviate the pain associated with these annoying, yet relatively harmless mishaps, cover the cut immediately with petroleum jelly, liquid bandages or a band-aid. Of course, in the case of children, apply kisses first.


    Keeping Steven Even

    Do you find yourself calming squabbles about whose portion is bigger, better, or more? Share and share alike isn't a practice children come by easy.

    dividing sandwiches, desserts, even the last bit of mile can become a battle ground for kids. Accountable Kids has a quick fix. Have one divide the share while the other gets first pick.


    Just A Thought

    Be content with your lot; one cannot be first in everything. Aesop


    It is going to be a joyful day!


    This is going to be a great year with exciting new shows and events! We hope you will be able to join us at one of our conferences. If you would like to see where Accountable Kids will be this year, check out our 2011 show schedule.

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