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Connection One of the most important things that you can do as a parent is establish a connection with your child. In fact, children need connection more than anything else. Here are a few ways that you can begin to build a great connection with your child: Daily Interactions 1. Make one-on-one connections with your […]

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One of the biggest things a child has to deal with growing up is bullies. Bullying is a huge problem, especially for kids who are starting or are currently at school. As a parent or guardian, it is important that you are fully aware of what to look out for with regards to bullying.   […]

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Expert Advice: Strangers and Safety During the Holidays by Lindsay Hutton The holidays are a joyful time of year, but they’re also a time of year when you need to be extra-cautious when out and about with your child. Pattie Fitzgerald, founder and creator of Safely Ever After, Inc., has provided a list of holiday tips […]

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Today I’d like to talk about tough situations, struggles, failures, and the importance of following through in a manner that promotes growth in children. When things get tough for our kids the two most common ways parents handle these situations is to either swoop in and be the hero or to leave them to “figure” […]

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Breaking It Down: Discipline vs. Punishment Good behavior is a learning process for children, and we are their road map. Children usually behave per their own emotions and impulses. At the same time, being a parent is also a learning process and sometimes we rely on our own emotions and impulses to teach. Usually that […]

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“If we go into a classroom completely unprepared for whom we are teaching, it will be very difficult to see progress and will cause tremendous frustration for the students and for us. Our expectations need to be high, but not higher than what the child is developmentally able to give us.” – Paula Kay Glass […]

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