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Helping Your Child Fall Asleep at Bedtime

While as adults, we tend to enjoy our bedtime and welcome it with open arms, our children aren’t as excited when it comes time to sleepy time. Here are a few tips to help make the bedtime struggle with your little ones a little less of a

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Family Fun on a Shoestring Budget

It’s a common thing today: most families have two working parents. It’s a must just to survive, let alone for a family to have anything extra like even a small vacation. Even if you’re careful to watch every penny spent, there are still plenty of ways to

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Teaching Children About Dental Health

It’s never too soon to teach your children about the importance of good oral health and get them in to a routine that will carry them throughout their lives. While some children will take to the task at hand easily and without much fuss, everyone learns differently

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Numbers in the News: Stay-at-home Fathers on the Rise for Diverse Reasons

More fathers are staying home to take care of their children than ever before, according to the Pew Research Center. Some 2 million dads are at home full-time (though not all of them are their children’s primary caregivers). In 1989, only 1.1 million fathers were stay-at-home dads.

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Find the right balance in your hectic life

The typical family today puts in a lot more hours a year at work than ever before—frequently by working at two or more jobs. So finding a balance between work and life can be complicated. But balance is essential to our well-being. Here are some ways to

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Family Goal Motivation Tips

If your family has set out to achieve some kind of goal together, only to abandon it due to lack of motivation, there are a number of tips that can help to make sure that you will be able to stay motivated next time around.   Remembering

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Teaching Kids To Be Organized

Although some children appear to be born with a natural inclination for routine and order, others are free spirits and need some assistance in order to discover ways to make their life run more smoothly. Teaching children organizational skills can make family life run a lot more

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3 Questions to Boost Your Child’s Confidence

Talking about the positive events or accomplishments in your child’s life can have a profound effect on them. It boosts their self-esteem and gives them every reason to expect better things in the future. Help kids build their self-image by asking these questions: 1. What makes you

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Manage conflicts with your children: Choose your strategy with care

Do you and your children often get into conflicts that end up with one person being the winner and the other the loser? Occasional disputes between parents and children are normal. You ultimately have to choose from four different styles of resolution:   • Assert your parental

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Is your child a picky eater?

Try these solutions.   Most parents have had to deal with a picky eater in the family while their kids are growing up. You want your children to eat healthy, nutritious meals, but you don’t want the dinner table to become a battleground every evening. Here’s some

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Infants

Infants

We believe infants are very special and should be treated with much love and affection. We strive to maintain a high quality program for such a delicate age group of children...

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Young Toddlers

Toddler

We realize that infants may not be able to transition directly into a structured toddler classroom. Therefore, we offer a young toddler room to assist in the transition and begin to establish a daily classroom schedule...

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Toddlers

Toddler

By now your toddler is walking steadily and is ready to explore the world around them. This is an important year for your child in terms of expanding their language and developing, a sense of self worth, and independence...

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Preschoolers

Preschool

The preschool classroom is where exploration becomes more formalized. The children are learning basic skills they will need for Kindergarten: familiarity of routines, social skills in a group setting, math concepts, language arts, cognitive skills...

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