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5 Ideas for When You Have to Wait

by Tania Cowling May 30th, 2017| Behavior, Infants/Toddlers
Whether it’s the doctor’s office, a restaurant, the bank, or long lines at the grocery store, there are times of waiting and this is probably very difficult for your young child. There’s a good reason why quiet activities without a lot of movement only last a short while. It’s

Help Your Little Girl Feel Included: Ways To Let Them Help With The Wedding

by Editorial Team May 24th, 2017| Elementary
Your wedding day is quickly approaching and your elementary school-aged daughter is less than thrilled. In your efforts to make her your flower girl, instead of a bubbly little girl walking ahead of you down the aisle, she turned into a very shy, sullen little one who drags her feet
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5 Ways Having A Pet Helps A Teen

by Jane Wangersky May 23rd, 2017| Social, Teens
When we think of pets being good for our children, we usually think of elementary age kids. After all, they’re at the age when it’s good to start learning responsibility. Teens, not so much. Your teen probably already has a fair amount of responsibilities, maybe sometimes more than they
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3 Ways to Assess Pet Readiness

by Lori Sciame May 16th, 2017| Social, Tweens
Bringing a new pet into the home can be an amazing experience or an awful one, especially when tweens are involved.  While pre-teens may express a desire for a cat or a dog, they simple do not understand the tremendous work that comes along with owning a pet.  When
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3 Necessary Social Skills

by Lori Sciame May 9th, 2017| Elementary, Social
Children need to learn a variety of social skills to be able to fit in with their peers.  These many skills are critical in the development of a young person's self worth.  As suggested by Social Skills Central, "failure to make friends can have a significant impact on a
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Does Your Preschool Have an Allergy Plan?

by Tania Cowling May 1st, 2017| Preschool, School
For some children even small amounts of dust mites, pet dander, pollen, mold, and even chalk dust can be detrimental to their health if they suffer from allergies. Things that seem harmless to some kids can cause sneezing, congestion, watery eyes and even asthma in some preschoolers. This is
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