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The Magic of Messy Play: Sensory Activities for Summer Learning

As summer arrives, families seek fun and educational activities to keep their little ones engaged and even boost their brainpower. Enter messy play – where every squish, sniff, and sound...

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Starting Kindergarten: Tips for a Smooth Transition 

For every child, the transition to kindergarten is a significant milestone. Regardless of whether your child has been in an Early Childhood Education (ECE) setting or if kindergarten will be...

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Teacher Appreciation Week: Expressing Gratitude to Teachers

As parents or caregivers, you likely know that Teacher Appreciation Week is this week. For many, you’re feeling overwhelmed by the whirlwind of daily life – racing through pickups, drop-offs,...

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Why Play-Based Learning Matters, and Tips You Can Try at Home

Whether children have a shiny new toy with lights and sounds, the box it came in, or pots and pans on the kitchen floor, one thing is sure— children love...

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Technology Tips for Limiting Screen Time 

You have 101 things to do, and you need something to occupy your child while you check things off your list. You give your child a tablet or place them...

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Eating Together as a Family: More Than Just a Meal

Sitting around the table and enjoying a meal as a family may sometimes seem like it’s going out of style. According to the Family Dinner Project, fewer than 30 percent...

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Family Guilt & Expectations

As a caregiver, worrying about how well you are raising your child or impacting their future is typical. Some feel family guilt, thinking that they are not spending enough time...

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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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Catherine Hershey Schools for Early Learning admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.