How to Teach Thankfulness and Gratitude to Young Children

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Fall is the time when we really begin thinking about Thanksgiving and the holiday season. But, as any Hallmark movie will tell you, it’s important to focus on what this season is all about. If you have little ones, teaching gratitude and thankfulness are important lessons that should be instilled from the very beginning. Here […]

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Tech Tips for Parents to Keep Your Kids Safe Online

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In 2020, kids spent more time in front of the computer than ever. Between online lessons, staying social through Zoom calls, and playing games for entertainment, a lot of time was spent staring at a screen. While there are a wealth of resources to be found online, it can also be a dangerous place when […]

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6 Creative Tooth Fairy Ideas That Your Kids Will Love

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Long gone are the days when the tooth fairy would simply leave a coin or two. Today’s tooth fairy has all sorts of tricks up her sleeve. While some may consider it a bit “extra” or over the top, these small details can truly make this milestone a memorable one. Here are 6 of our […]

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Clean Your Room: Our Tips to Help Your Family Enjoy the Process

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No matter how little, kids can help with household chores. Specifically, cleaning up their rooms. In honor of “Clean Your Room Day,” on May 10th, we have put together a few ideas to make the process fun, instead of just another boring chore. Instilling these habits while your kids are young will help them take […]

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Distance Learning Tips, Tricks, and Ideas to Keep Little Minds Learning (and Parents Sane!)

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As many family prepare for kids to go back to school, most are also preparing for that school to be online for an undefined amount of time. Distance learning can be full of obstacles, some big, some small. But with a little planning and some patience, your student can be successful with distance learning! Set […]

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How to Help Your Child Overcome the Fear of Swimming

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With the summer upon us, spending time at the pool is a more regular occurrence. But what if your child has a fear of swimming? It can be tough to pin point exactly what the issue is, but we have a few ways that you can help your child overcome the fear and learn to […]

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Appropriate Chores for All Ages

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It can be a challenge keeping up with our homes as well as our kids! Studies have shown that when children contribute to the house keeping process, they are more appreciative of their space as well as what it takes to keep it tidy. In addition, children who participate in chores experience a sense of […]

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3 Ways to Make Daylight Savings Transition Easier

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  Daylight Savings will end this year on November 4th, 2018. If you’re unfamiliar, it means that in states where DLS is observed, the clocks will be set back, or fall back, an hour. This is the time of year where that elusive hour that was “lost” in the spring comes back to us! But […]

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3 Tips for Great School Photos

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It’s almost that time – school picture day! Let’s be honest, getting that great picture that captures your child perfectly can be a bit of a unicorn, or seemingly impossible. But there’s hope! We have a few simple tips that might make this year’s pictures the best ones yet: Keep it Simple The more simple […]

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Celebrate Earth Day

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Earth Day is on April 22nd and we are ready to celebrate! Did you know that Earth Day was started in 1970? It began as an annual worldwide movement to celebrate environmental protection. Each year the goal is to continue to educate about the importance of preserving our environment. Here are a few of our […]

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