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Archives for July 2018

How to Help Your Child Through Grief

by Editorial Team July 31st, 2018| Elementary
Grief is something that most people deal with as they go through life. Sometimes, it can affect your children more than anybody else, and this is true especially when a child hasn’t come to terms with death before, as it presents a new situation for
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The Hazard of Heat This Summer

by Tania Cowling July 30th, 2018| Preschool, Safety
The sun is shining, the temperature is soaring, and you are sweating. This sounds like you have to be indoors in the AC, but not really. With a little common sense and forethought you can be outdoors enjoying your summer and still keep your kids safe from the elements. Here

Parenting Pre-schoolers: A Guide

by Editorial Team July 26th, 2018| Preschool
Keeping your home tidy is often an arduous task, but when you throw kids into the mix especially pre-schoolers, it can often be a challenging job that takes patience and consistency to tackle. A tidy home can help everyone relax and feel good about their property, so keeping on

5 Things to Try for a Zen Mind

by Editorial Team July 25th, 2018| Helpful Hints
When we think about stress, we often think about the physical facet of it and forget or ignore the mental or emotional parts. But the truth of the matter is that the latter is as important, sometimes even more so when it comes to our wellbeing. You can’t achieve

3 Ways to Reduce Stress While Entertaining Your Kids

by Editorial Team July 23rd, 2018| Elementary

Parents of all ages and experience levels wage a never-ceasing war against stress and anxiety. Given all of the expectations and responsibilities associated with raising a child, it’s no wonder parents often experience high levels of nerves and strain. And that stress extends to the realm of educating

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Keeping Your Baby Safe During the Summer Heat

by Tania Cowling July 23rd, 2018| Infants/Toddlers, Safety
The temperatures are soaring, and parents should take care to keep babies healthy and cool during the summer season. We think of summer as fun in the sun, but potential dangers lurk, so here are a few things to think about when out and about during these hot months.

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Do’s and Don’ts for Getting Teens to Listen

by Jane Wangersky July 16th, 2018| Behavior, Teens
While thinking about this article, I wondered if I really knew anything about getting teens to listen. It’s never easy, and even when you manage to do it you’re usually not sure you’ve succeeded -- at least not until much later. But after giving a mandatory safe environment talk to
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Tweens: Water Fun that Doesn’t Tax Parents

by Michele July 9th, 2018| Seasonal, Tweens
Tweens are at that lovely/awkward stage in childhood. They aren't little enough to want to play in the sprinklers or kiddie pool. They also aren't old enough to drive to the beach or have friends that are old enough to bring them. So, how's a tween to have some water

6 Fun Ways to Get Your Children Involved with Nature

by Editorial Team July 2nd, 2018| Elementary
Getting kids outside and immersed in nature is beneficial for a number of reasons. Firstly, being outdoors is known to help boost creativity and wellbeing for a healthy mind, plus it helps them appreciate their natural surroundings and how to take responsibility for the world around them. In schools,
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Beat the Heat With Water

by Tania Cowling July 2nd, 2018| Elementary, Entertainment
Your kids can quench the “sizzle” of summer with water. So, whether you have a swimming pool, wading pool, or just the garden hose, your kids can spend hours of fun and “beat the heat” this season. These wet and wild activities and games will make your outdoor time a
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