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Preserve Creative Free Play in Childhood!

Preserve Creative Free Play in Childhood!

October 9, 2016 / no comments, on PARENTING BLOGS

Preserve Creative Free Play in Childhood!   The creative free play is the work of a child in which they are preparing themselves for adult roles and society as a whole. Parents today are so focused on getting their child into successful monetarily and educationally that they have forgotten the physical and social-emotional domain. Which […]

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Most Important Lessons Kids Need Before Starting School

October 1, 2016 / no comments, on PARENTING BLOGS

Most Important Lessons Kids Need Before Starting School Starting school is a big step for both your child and yourself too. Every parent feels the same about their child starting school. Even though it’s an exciting time, it’s very much normal for your child to feel a little worried about it. Your child is likely […]

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Are Parents Missing Signs of Stress in Children?

September 28, 2016 / no comments, on PARENTING BLOGS

Infographic – Are Parents Missing Signs of Stress in Children?   Continuing on the subject of Childhood Stress and Management, we have decided to create an infographic for our readers. It’s available for free download with our Newsletter Subscription.       SIGNS OF STRESS IN CHILDREN ! CHANGES IN EATING, SLEEP PATTERNS AND INTEREST […]

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Sibling Rivalry Solutions – Smart Parenting

September 23, 2016 / no comments, on PARENTING BLOGS

What Causes Sibling Rivalry? The cause of sibling rivalry is parents, often inadvertently, creating an environment of competition instead of teamwork. Of course, some kids are naturally more jealous, or fair-minded, or attention-seeking. Many personal characteristics can foster increased rivalry. But the truth is, how the parent handles those dynamics sets the tone for how […]

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Raising Awareness on Specific Learning Disabilities

Raising Awareness on Specific Learning Disabilities

September 14, 2016 / no comments, on PARENTING BLOGS

An Introduction to Specific Learning Disabilities   A general overview on SLDs what they are and how to think about that in the context of other kinds of disorders. Specific Learning Disabilities are in fact is a broad term of which there are many types of specific disorders. Specific learning disabilities by definition are disorders […]

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Early Childhood Education Programs – How they are Different?

September 11, 2016 / no comments, on PARENTING BLOGS

Early Childhood Education Programs Early Childhood Education Programs are crucial for children and brain development. During the early years of their lives, children are like sponges. They form bonds with the people who surround them and begin to the learn about the world. Their first learning experiences deeply affect their emotional, social, cognitive and sometimes physical development. […]

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Helping Children to Overcome Test Anxiety

Helping Children to Overcome Test Anxiety

August 27, 2016 / one comment, on PARENTING BLOGS

How to Overcome the Test Anxiety? Dealing with test anxiety can be stressful for both children and their parents. One of the most important things to help your child with these issues is first to talk to them about their particular experience. For example, is the child anxious because they do not understand the material? […]

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School Anxiety Solutions - Empowering Your Child

School Anxiety Solutions to Empower Your Child

August 9, 2016 / no comments, on PARENTING BLOGS

The natural parental impulse of a child in distress is to protect them. With school anxiety, parents often consider homeschooling or extended breaks from school to treat or protect against the suffering caused by school anxiety. While this temporarily masks the problem, extended avoidance of school can lead to worsening school anxiety when reintroduced.   […]

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Child Development Stages Infographic

July 31, 2016 / no comments, on PARENTING BLOGS

Child Development Stages Infographic An Infographic on various child development stages, from infant to preschooler based on feeding, physical, language, social skills and their achievements. Child Development Stages – Baby Feeding – Able to drink from a cup. Physical – Sit without support. Walks while holding on to other support. Rolls over by themselves. Pulls […]

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Childhood Stress - Symptoms and Management

Childhood Stress – Symptoms and Management

July 29, 2016 / no comments, on PARENTING BLOGS

Childhood Stress – Symptoms and Management A child experiencing stress is his normal part of their learning and development. Stress is encountered in various stages in early childhood. A child should frequently be encountering new and exciting aspects of life to learn and better understand the world around them. Stress can be beneficial by helping […]

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