March 22, 2017

America today is an increasingly diverse society. It makes sense for kids to learn a second language to function in this ever-changing society. Besides the obvious incentives for adults to become bilingual, children may have an academic advantage versus their monolingual peers. If you’re interested in raising a bilingual child, this article will shed light on the do’s and don’ts, even if you’re monolingual yourself.  

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March 13, 2017

School is a lot different than what it was when we were kids. As adults, most of us had only one option when it came to our education—traditional public or private schooling. This article will share the pros and cons of virtual schooling, and offer advice and resources no matter what decision you make for your child!

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March 6, 2017

Did you know that when a child comes home from school, they’re still learning? As humans, we’re constantly learning by adapting and responding to the world around us. Here’s an article that will offer exciting ideas to keep the learning and creativity flowing, long after the school day ends!  

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Feb. 27, 2017

Ask any teenager if they like to read, and you might be disappointed with their answer. While some young adults love to read, many are growing up attached to their video games and smart phones. Luckily there are many ways to nurture a lifelong love for reading within our littlest of learns. Keep reading to find out how to plant the seeds necessary to grow our kids’ love for reading.

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Feb. 20, 2017

Perhaps there’s no greater hot-button issue in the world of education than that of homework. The debate rages on: is homework useful for kids? While homework has been blasted in studies in recent years, many of such studies focused on test scores or GPA. This article will address how to use homework as a valuable tool for character development without overloading your child.

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Feb. 13, 2017

When kids start school, they begin a journey that will last well into young adulthood. This journey will influence the rest of their lives, from their interests and goals, to their future careers. That’s why it’s so important for kids to have a healthy transition into their new academic lives. This article will share some of the basic adjustments, and life skills they’ll need to make starting school a breeze.

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Feb. 6, 2017

What can be more fun than moving, jumping, singing, and dancing? Kids love to sing and dance, and just act silly. If you’re looking for yet another fantastic strategy to use with your little one to help them build essential skills during play, look no further! Fingerplay is delightfully fun, and gives your child’s mind and body a great workout. This article will give you all the reasons why your child needs fingerplay in their lives, and great ideas to get started. 

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Jan. 30, 2017

Never before have kids been so tech savvy. With constant internet access and high-tech tablets and smartphones, it’s no wonder that preschoolers are quickly becoming better at figuring out technology than their own parents or grandparents! This next article will take you through steps to prevent tech tantrums so your little learner can get the most out of their technology - without the fuss! 

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Jan. 23, 2017

We live in a day and age where there’s never been more opportunity for expressing ourselves and following our dreams! So, how can we encourage our little ones to find their passions and learn to express themselves? Here’s an article that will shed some light on how to encourage your little learner to develop a healthy identity.

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Jan. 16, 2017

It’s that time after holidays when kids are happily playing with the new toys they received from Santa. As adults, it’s much the same for us! We might be absorbed in the latest gadget received, all while getting back to the daily grind. What a perfect time to stop and reflect just how much time we dedicate to having fun with our family.  This article will give you ideas to connect with your family and little ones in meaningful ways. 

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