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    How To Raise a Genius – Guaranteed!

    The first years of a child’s life are the most fun and exciting to watch and foster. The field in which we work to study and foster that growth is called early childhood education. Early childhood is the period of life from infancy through to age eight. There have been many programs and countless philosophies […]

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      The Benefits of Toy Blocks For Kids

      In a world full of iPads, touch screen mobile phones and so called advanced electronic games, the simplest toys can sometimes be overlooked. Think back to your own childhood and you are likely to remember playing with many toys and building blocks will probably feature quite highly in the memory banks. There are a number […]

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        Activities To Help Siblings Get Along

        Everyone told you that when you have a second child, the first child will be happier because they will have someone to play with all the time. That sounds like logical advice, except what these other parents aren’t telling you is that sibling rivalry is real and children often spend hours fighting and arguing. Sure, […]

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          Twenty Ways to Make Your Child Laugh!

          One of the best parts about being a parent is getting to hear your child giggle uncontrollably at the world around them. It is one of the best sounds on the planet, especially when you take the time to notice the laughter and soak in the memories of the moment. Children see things in a […]

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            Are Smartphones Disconnecting Your Family?

            More than ever, families are thinking about what’s really important to them. With everything that is happening in the world these days and our inability to turn it off, we can’t help but find ourselves wondering about what’s really important? How can we keep our children safe? How can we stay connected? It seems logical […]

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              12 Healthy Habits For Kids

              Every parent wants what is best for their kids and we spend a great deal of time each day trying to teach them the important things in life, and make sure they don’t grow up to be jerks. Parents worry and fret and correct children in what seems like a non-stop lesson in life. Every […]

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