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Potty Training: A Family Effort

Potty training or toilet training: whatever you call it, it is a major milestone in your child’s life that shows they are on the road to learning more independence. While...

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Security Blankets & Strength: A Guide to Transitional Objects

Security blankets, comfort objects, or loveys – whatever your family calls them, they are all examples of what childhood experts call ‘transitional objects’. These objects play an essential part in...

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Car Seat Safety: Resources & Best Practices

September is Baby Safety Month, sponsored annually by the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association. Also in September is Child Passenger Safety Week. This brings us to the topic of car seats.  ...

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Unlock Your Potential To Boost Your Child’s Learning

It’s not only early childhood educators who help children to develop literacy skills: it’s also the relationship between children and families. You are your child’s first teacher.  And it’s not...

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Healthy Minds, Healthy Families!

Because mental health impacts how people think, feel, and act, caring for our minds is just as important as taking care of our bodies. Mentally healthy children are more likely...

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Top Tips to Inspire Curiosity in Your Child

All children are born curious, as they are trying to make sense of the world around them from the very beginning. As they begin to learn and grow, they start...

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Transitioning Your Child from Home to Early Childhood Education: What You Need to Know

With the summer in full swing, many families with children are thinking about back-to-school planning. Some children will be attending an early learning environment for the first time, and it...

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How Healthy Snacks Can Make Your Child a Better Learner

We all want our children to get the foods they need to learn, grow, and have long, healthy lives. A healthy eating routine is important at every stage of life,...

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