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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
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Summer Day Trips That Educate

by Tania Cowling June 25th, 2018| Preschool, School
During the summer preschoolers love to accompany their parents, grandparents, or sitters on errands. Think about all the teachable moments that accompany a trip to the bank, veterinarian, grocery store, and such. Everyday places provide entertainment and learning. Then, on weekends you and your family may go on an extended
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How Can I Teach My Preschooler Respect?

by Joe Lawrence May 21st, 2018| Behavior, Preschool
There are very few things that can get a parent’s blood to boil faster than being disrespected by his or her child. Where do they get this from? How can they be so ungrateful? We would never do this to our parents.

My father was fairly strict when it came to
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Protect Your Child From Zoonotic Diseases

by Tania Cowling April 16th, 2018| Preschool, Safety
Did you know that your pet might cause your child to get sick? Are you aware of zoonotic diseases that are transmitted from animals to humans? These maladies range from bacteria to viruses and internal and external parasites to fungal infections. Since having a pet (dogs and cats are the
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3 Ways to Bond Over Family Dinner

by Joe Lawrence March 12th, 2018| Preschool, Seasonal
Family dinners are one of the best, if not the best, ways to bond. There is something about sitting down as a collective group that brings us all closer together. However, when you have a preschoolers or toddlers, it does not always feel like “bonding” as much as it does
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4 Ways to Help Kids Reach Activity Milestones

by Marnie Bii February 5th, 2018| Development, Preschool
During the preschool years, the timing of hitting movement milestones tends to spread out across the peer group. Some preschoolers may exhibit a strong ability to run, climb and jump, while others are a bit clumsier. Most kids’ abilities tend to even out upon approaching kindergarten, which is important due

Five Tips that Will Make a World of Difference for Work-from-Home Parents

by Editorial Team January 2nd, 2018| Preschool
Raising children is easily one of, if not the most demanding and all-encompassing roles you will have in your lifetime. So what does that mean for parents who are at home raising their kids while also trying to operate their own business and work from home? To say it’s a
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Preschoolers Should Enjoy Learning

by Joe Lawrence January 1st, 2018| Preschool, School
Getting your preschooler ready for school is not as hard as you may think. Just by doing some simple things at home you can get your little one all ready for school and give them a leg up on the others.

Preschool is a strange concept to me. I think it
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5 Rainy Day Preschool Entertainment Ideas

by Marnie Bii November 27th, 2017| 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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Develop a Child’s Values to Ensure Their Success

by Joe Lawrence October 23rd, 2017| Behavior, Preschool
As parents we are constantly trying to discover what the next big thing is. We want our children to be set up for success and to become productive members of society. When it comes to this, our preschoolers and us can learn a lot from the military.

I have been
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4 Ways To Help Preschoolers Eat Food Safely

by Marnie Bii September 19th, 2017| Preschool, Safety
As kids reach their preschool years, they have the teeth and ability required to chew up their food into smaller pieces before swallowing. Kids also develop stronger tongue muscles for increased dexterity needed to push food into range of their teeth. As a result, you can start introducing foods
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