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Category: Child’s Development
Socialization During COVID-19
The events of 2020 have truly changed how we live, work and interact. The pandemic brought physical socialization to a rapid stop, leaving many parents without answers and left to wonder if their child would be deprived of an important developmental step. Peer-to-peer interaction is a vital part of growing up, but the pandemic has
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Developing Good Reading Habits in Children
Developing good reading habits in children is a pivotal step in their learning journey and is something that parents can easily foster and cultivate at home. Learning to read isn’t the only piece of this puzzle, children must also develop quality reading habits in order to maintain their understanding and continue to expand their reading
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7 Tips to Soothe a Toddler Tantrum
The dreaded temper tantrum. All parents have been through it both in public and privately. That panic inducing moment when your child is on the verge of a temper tantrum in the middle of the grocery store is something all parents fear. In this blog, we will focus on the ways that you can soothe
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7 Tips When English is your Child’s Second Language
With so many families speaking multiple languages at home, parents are often concerned about their children having more difficulty learning English. There are a number of ways to incorporate English at home when it isn’t your first language. In this blog, we will discuss simple tips and tricks for how you can ensure your child
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Is Your Child Ready for Grade 1?
Is my child ready for grade 1? This question often pops in and out of parents minds throughout the first 6 years of their child’s life. There are many factors that go into ensuring grade 1 readiness, both academically and socially.  In general, enrolling your children in junior and senior kindergarten is the simplest way
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Encourage Mindfulness for Children
It has been shown that mindfulness for children can improve emotional regulation and cognitive focus. There is an emerging body of research that indicates that mindfulness for children can help improve their abilities to focus, calm down and be better decision makers. Current research on mindfulness practices for children has shown that it can mitigate
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7 Amazing Reasons to Introduce Music in Early Childhood Education
There are incredible benefits to introducing music in early childhood education programs. Firstly, it develops an early appreciation of music but it also has amazing cognitive, developmental and emotional benefits too. Based on a McMaster University study in 2012, they discovered that babies who partook in music classes with their parents in their first year
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How to Inspire Creative Problem-Solving in Children
An active imagination is one of the most valuable ways to cultivate creative problem-solving in children. If we look to the future, it is likely that our homes, cities and vehicles that we know today will look very different. Our children spend much of their childhood in the classroom and when properly run, it can
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How to Help Your Child Get a Good Night’s Sleep
It may be no surprise to you that sleep is as important as nutrition and exercise. Sleep experts have recently been able to show that sleep allows brain cells to clean up each night, getting rid of disease-causing toxins. In addition, ensuring your child has enough sleep may help children fight obesity, avoid colds, and
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Our Favourite Children’s Books for Preschoolers
We are sharing our favourite children’s books as reading to your child is one of the most valuable things you can do, outside of keeping them healthy and safe. Starting from day one when they are newborns and not even able to talk, the benefits are very valuable. Continuing well into their early years and
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