Category Archives: Learning

THE LORAX: PLANTING SEEDS WITH PRESCHOOLERS

Much of the world seems magical through the eyes of little children. The most magical thing to witness is a plant growing through its cycle into the spring month. Dr. Seuss’s birthday just passed and during this time many teachers struggle to create inspiring lessons around his books. The perfect book to combine with the newness of spring is The Lorax, and the perfect lesson

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Daycare Drop-Off: Tips for the Morning Child Care Routine

So, your maternity leave is at an end. It is time for you to return to work. Sure, separation anxiety is your biggest worry right now. It’s to be expected that you would be worried. Most babies going into daycare for the first time are from six to twelve months. That is typically the age babies are most likely to have anxiety when separated

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How to Raise Confident Children

Confident children can accomplish anything. We all want our children to grow up and be confident in their abilities and comfortable with their identity. Most of us also realize that confidence is not always an easy thing to instill in a child, especially if we ourselves struggle with confidence in our adult lives. But as fate would have it, it is all the more

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Millennial Parents: 6 ways they’re raising kids differently

          1.) Are Millennial Parents Different? Millennials are on the rise. This generation currently outnumbers all the others–including baby boomers–and they’re making decisions that will help shape the generation that comes after them. Are these parents really so different than the ones that came before them? In some ways, millennial parents are handling the responsibilities associated with parenting much differently

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Getting Kids to Eat Veggies

Why Kids Won’t Eat Veggies Like Paul Revere, it may be necessary to send out “an alarm to every village and farm” where parents are struggling to get their kids to eat veggies. The truth is that kids are the most discerning gastronomes in the world. Parents literally must learn to think on their child’s level in order to get them to eat their

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Tips for Getting Your Kids to Read This Summer

Getting your kids to read in the summer is not always an easy task, and is often very thankless. One needs to remain optimistic and keep the future benefits in mind, especially if your child has difficulties reading. Reading today is often beset by distractions and interruptions, including TV, computers, touchscreen devices like iPads and other tablets, and smartphones. Our children are growing up

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