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12323 Embracing Cultural Diversity And Holidays
This month, let's make our homes a hub of cultural celebration by exploring holiday traditions from around the world. It's a fantastic way to open our children's hearts and minds to the beauty of diversity.
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Reading To Your Kids
We all know that reading to our kids is a wonderful way to bond and create cherished memories. But did you know that there's more to it than just bedtime stories?
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Gratitude Games
As Thanksgiving approaches, it's the perfect time to infuse a bit of educational fun into the holiday spirit. We know you're always looking for ways to make learning enjoyable for your little ones, so why not combine the joy of Thanksgiving with some educational activities?
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Kid Engineer
As your partners in this incredible journey of raising bright and curious minds, we'd like to share some insights into a transformative approach to education that is capturing the hearts and minds of educators and parents alike - STEAM education.
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November 4th is National Candy Day! What better way to indulge your sweet tooth and create lasting memories with your children? This delightful day is the perfect opportunity to share the joy of candy with your little ones. In this blog, we’ll share some fun and educational ideas to celebrate National Candy Day responsibly and...
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Fall Fun
The fall season offers a magical canvas for creative play and learning. Play is an essential component of a child's development, fostering curiosity, problem-solving skills, and imagination.
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Mindful Child
Parents and educators around the world are still feeling the negative outcomes of the global pandemic and the effect it has had on how kids learn. It's no surprise that the pandemic has taken a toll on our ability to concentrate and remember things successfully.  The ability to hold information and focus is called working...
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Family Vaca
Kids are just beginning to understand the world, but their knowledge is limited. This makes sense because they have had fewer experiences than adults. But, with fewer experiences to draw upon, making connections and learning can be challenging. In this week’s blog we are going to talk about the importance of background knowledge, the information...
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Have A Great Summer
Oh, the dreaded Summer Slide!  This is something that both parents and teachers worry about and try to prevent.  The summer slide phenomenon is where children experience a loss of academic skills and knowledge during the summer break when they are not actively involved in school activities.  The good news is that parents can help...
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Kids Reading Outside
Summer is the perfect time for kids to explore new interests, new books and the joy of reading just for FUN!  Summer is also a great time to build kids’ background knowledge with hands-on activities that help them connect to what they are reading.  In this blog, I will share a few ways to keep...
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