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Establishing Good Study Habits from an Early Age

July 5, 2018

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Too often, kids arrive in high school with a dread for school and an underappreciation for learning. That’s why it’s so important to build a strong love for learning, and to set the stage for strong study habits early in life. If you’re wondering how to help your child build strong study habits, this article will shed some light to help the earliest of learners to plant the seeds for good study habits and lifetime learning!

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Self Esteem and Character Building Games for Kids

June 29, 2018

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Reading, writing, math and science: kids learn these subjects and more when they go to school. But what good is all the knowledge in the world if a child never learns to be a good person? For kids, some of the most important lessons lie within learning to develop their own self-esteem and a healthy sense of integrity and character. This article explores simple ways to build self-esteem and character, using engaging activities that can be done at home!

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Playing with Kids: How to Make It Fun and Constructive for All?

July 17, 2017

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Playing with kids: some of us love it, and some of us loathe it, but no matter how we feel about it, we know that play helps our kids learn.  In today’s society, kids don’t always have a large neighborhood of kids to play with, so parents have had to step up to the plate when it comes to play. So how can we make play enjoyable for all? This article focuses on balancing play and finding activities fun for both children and parents alike! 

 

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Fun and Friendly Preschool Games to Promote Good Behavior

June 5, 2017

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Take a break from academics with these phenomenally fun games to promote good behavior! No matter if your child goes to school or is homeschooled, your child will need to learn to care for and work with others. This article will share some classic children’s games to promote good behavior that are great for all your children and their friends!

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5 Pretend Play Ideas Your Preschooler Hasn't Tried Out

May 2, 2017

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Pretend play is important for children, and most of all—it’s fun! Using household items, create props for dramatic pretend play, bringing the world to life right inside your own living room! This article will share ideas for pretend play, that are easy to put together, and are fantastically fun!  

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Ready for Kindergarten? Tips for Kindergarten Readiness

April 24, 2017

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Are you worried that your child might not be ready to hop on that big yellow bus for the first time in the fall? Kindergarten isn’t as tough as you might think. Regardless, it’s never a bad idea to give them extra support in preparing for such a huge milestone in their lives. This article will provide some suggestions for ensuring your little one’s success when they step foot in the classroom.

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6 Ways to Teach Your Toddlers Colors

March 27, 2017

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From the minute a baby is born, they are constantly observing and learning about the world. Most of the time, kids learn what they need by simple exposure and experience. But from time to time, kids can benefit from someone on the sidelines giving them the resources they need to learn more, quicker. This article will offer you simple ways to foster a love and learning of colors within your child.

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Virtual Schools: Are They Worth It?

March 13, 2017

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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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6 Life Basics for Successful School Start

Feb. 13, 2017

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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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5 Skill-Building Fingerplays for Preschoolers

Feb. 6, 2017

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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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