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Four-Step Reflection Tool for Preschoolers

by Joe Lawrence January 31st, 2017| Preschool, School
I am a huge fan of challenging what I am taught. I truly believe that there is more than one way to skin a cat. This was a thought I carried all through school, college, and into my professional life. It is something I want to pass on to

How to Keep Your Toddler Aged Children Safe in the Home

by Editorial Team January 31st, 2017| Infants/Toddlers
If you are the proud parent of toddler aged children, you undoubtedly have a lot going on in addition to a ton of angst about your little ones as they gain more mobility around the house. This can be an extremely happy but worrisome time as you toddlers may be
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How to Teach Toddlers About Winter

by Tania Cowling January 24th, 2017| Infants/Toddlers, Seasonal
To young children, there is no big difference between reality and fantasy. Toddlers believe everything they see, touch, and hear. They basically learn by their senses and experience. So, how do you teach toddlers about the winter season?

The first snowfall of the season deserves to be celebrated. For many

4 Tips for Single Moms Seeking a Post Graduate Education

by Editorial Team January 23rd, 2017| Elementary
With all the responsibilities of single motherhood - taking care of the children, looking after your home, regular garden maintenance and work commitments, taking on postgraduate studies can seem like an insurmountable task. But with careful planning and assistance it need not be as difficult as you may think. Here
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Home Learning for Teens: Are You Both Ready?

by Jane Wangersky January 17th, 2017| School, Teens
We parents tend to think of home learning as something for elementary aged kids -- once they become teens, we figure, they’ll need, and probably want, the experience of full-time high school.

Yet there are reasons a homeschooled elementary student might want to go on with it into high school,
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Middle School and the Art of Friendship

by Ronald A. Rowe January 10th, 2017| Social, Tweens
There are the friends we choose and the friends that are chosen for us.  Sometimes relationships aren’t quite so simple as we’d like.  Middle school is a hornets’ nest of new feelings, experiences, and social hierarchies.  Jill may be friends with Julie because they like each other and have
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Ways to Involve Your Family in Your Studies

by Editorial Team January 5th, 2017| Elementary
Studying while raising children and looking after a family can be incredibly difficult. But it is by no means impossible. There are many ways to make studying more manageable, as well as enjoyable. These include routine, organization and preparation. Getting your kids involved is another great way to help your
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4 Necessary Safety Rules for Tweens

by Lori Sciame January 3rd, 2017| Safety, Tweens
Parents of tweens know how difficult it can be to care for a child this age.  While not yet teenagers, they make sure mom and dad know they aren't "babies" either.  Sometimes tweens will push to be treated more like high school students; however, when it comes to safety,
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