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5 Rainy (or Snowy) Day Preschool Entertainment Ideas

by Marnie Bii November 29th, 2021| Entertainment, Preschool
As rain showers start to become a daily occurrence, preschooler's boredom levels skyrocket. Without time outside running and playing, most kids this age start to act out and drive everyone up the wall. Luckily, you can introduce a few fun indoor activities into your preschooler's life to drive boredom
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4 Ways to Teach Your Toddler Empathy

by Marnie Bii November 22nd, 2021| Infants/Toddlers, Social
Toddlers are just beginning to realize that their feelings and experiences are separate from everyone else's. As a parent, you must help your child better understand this phenomenon by exploring feelings that people and animals potentially feel in a variety of situations. Through discussions, pretend play and behavior modeling,
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Do We Need A New Approach to Teen Bullying?

by Jane Wangersky November 15th, 2021| Behavior, Teens
There's a backlash going on.

My son, having his first block of the day free, managed not to have to go to the school assembly on cyberbullying. But he came home repeating the negative comments of students who had been there: It was all about “the problem, but no solutions”
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How to Make Cooking Fun: Tweens

by Lori Sciame November 8th, 2021| Tweens
Food, glorious food, hot sausage and mustard!  These words from the musical, Oliver, certainly convey a child's love affair with food.  For children, eating is usually viewed as the fun part, while cooking the meal can seem like drudgery. A good parent knows, however, that children must learn how to
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I Am Not to Be an Entertainer to My Children

by Joe Lawrence November 1st, 2021| Elementary, Entertainment
“How are we going to keep the kids entertained while we <insert scenario here>?” is a question we tend to ask ourselves often. I wonder if our parents cared as much about how to entertain us as we do today. In hindsight, I would say they did not.

It never
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