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5 Ways to Encourage Strong Infant Emotional Health

Monday, October 8, 2018 2:31 PM

5 Ways to Encourage Strong Infant Emotional Health

Nurturing mental health at a young age is essential in creating a foundation of stability that supports all other aspects of human development such as forming friendship and the ability to cope with challenges and adversity.  It also plays into achievement in school, work and the community long term.  By starting to teach healthy coping mechanisms and learning to identify emotions at an early age we can set up our children for bright futures.  We have a few simple steps to help begin the journey to mental health.

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5 Ways to Keep Kids Learning All Summer!

Friday, June 29, 2018 3:08 PM

5 Ways to Keep Kids Learning All Summer!

Summer break is meant to be fun – and there are plenty of fun ways to keep kids brains working and continue learning when not in school.  Incorporating a few of these activities into your child’s schedule is an easy way to keep them engaged and developing.

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The New Modern Family

Monday, May 21, 2018 11:08 AM

The New Modern Family

Taking a look at the rise of the multi-racial family and how it early childhood education needs to change for the better. 

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Shining a Light on Learning

Monday, April 2, 2018 2:12 PM

Shining a Light on Learning

What do literacy, music, writing, math and science have in common? They are all skills that can be learned and developed using a light table! A light table is a table that is illuminated with…wait for it…light! While it seems straight forward, there are many types of light tables, used for many different purposes, which are found both in classrooms and at home.

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Helping Children Find Space for Stories

Wednesday, February 28, 2018 10:52 AM

Helping Children Find Space for Stories

Having an intentional reading space for kids encourages learning, creativity and independence. Even for adults it is not always easy to find a quiet and secluded corner to enjoy a good book – and we know what to look for!

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