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15 Aug
2017

Differences in Early Childhood Education.

In recent years, the child care options available to working parents have grown exponentially. Parents can choose from home care providers, nannies, and childcare centers and many more options. These different services may be referred to with many different terminologies, including childcare, day care, early care, or early childhood education. It makes one wonder what they really mean and what the difference may be between these different

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12 Aug
2017

Encouraging Your Child To Follow Directions

A major part of discipline is learning how to talk to children so they will listen. The way we speak to them and those around us is showing them how we want them to speak back to us. Communicating with children in an assertive manner is by far the most effective way. An assertive way of communicating is firm, consistent, clear, positive, warm, and confident. Communicating with children in an assertive way is a real skill yet it shows your child.

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05 Aug
2017

The Benefits of Educational Toys and Play

Research shows that learning through play is an important part of a child’s development. Though ensuring your child has enough play time is a great benefit to families to allow their children to release some extra energy, a child begins to find out who they are through play, even during infancy. Even early in development, a child’s mind is expanding just by looking at their environment and taking in their surroundings.

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30 July
2017

What Families Need to Know About Biting

When a family hears that their child has been biting, it can be very upsetting and concerning. Some families may be surprised to learn that biting is a typical behavior for infants, toddlers and two-year olds and eventually will outgrow the behavior. Even though the act of biting is a normal process of growth and most children stop biting on their own, it is still a behavior that parents should address and discourage. Parents with.

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