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Encouraging Independent Play

In today’s fast-paced world filled with various distractions and electronic devices, encouraging independent play in children has become more critical than ever. Independent play not only stimulates creativity and imagination but also helps in building essential life skills and self-reliance. As parents, fostering a love for independent play in our children can be both rewarding … Continued

The Benefits of Singing with Your Child

Whether you’re looking to help your child with their language skills, or you’re looking to help them develop focus skills, music can be an amazing tool to help your child grow. Early childhood development and music go hand in hand to help your child learn essential skills and, as a bonus, singing is fun! How … Continued

Avoiding Heatstroke this Summer

Playing outside is one of the best parts of the summer and many kids will thoroughly enjoy it. However,  heatstroke and heat exhaustion can be very dangerous without proper preparations. When letting your child outside to play in the summer sun, keep these things in mind so that they can stay safe and keep having … Continued

Cultivating Executive Function in Your Toddler

Executive function is a very important skill set that your child will need in every stage of their life. This skill set allows them to focus, complete tasks, consider alternate perspectives, communicate effectively, and think critically. The sooner you work with your child on executive function, the better these skills will thrive as they get … Continued

How to Prepare Your Child for Reading

Reading is an essential skill that we use every day. You’re reading this sentence right now! When it comes to your child learning how to read, you may be wondering how they can get started and at what age they should be reading words and sentences. For most children, reading really picks up in the … Continued

The Importance of Sleeping with Humidity

With the long, extremely cold winters in , indoor air can become extremely dry. Not only does insufficient humidity make the air feel cooler and lead to higher thermostat settings, but it can also be responsible for itchy skin, persistent cough, sore throat, thirst, and chapped lips. Dried-out nasal passages make us more susceptible to … Continued

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