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Building a Successful Parent-Teacher Relationship

A supportive parent-teacher relationship encourages your child’s productivity. A priority of every educator is to form open and positive connections with families. As a parent, it’s also your responsibility to communicate with child care and preschool teachers. When parents become actively involved in their child’s education, there is a much higher child success rate. Most … Continued

Be Vigilant About Potential Food Allergies

Approximately 32 million people in this country suffer from food allergies, including six million children that have been diagnosed. Over the last twenty years, the number of Americans affected has risen by around fifty percent. Peanuts, eggs, milk, wheat, dyes, and over 170 foods have been linked to allergic reactions. Suddenly, lunch and snack time … Continued

Should Kids Play in the Rain?

The spring season is well-known for rainy days. Kids tend to get cranky when kept inside and denied much needed exercise. But guess what? You don’t need to worry about your children getting sick when they get wet. A healthy diet and regular exercise routine creates a strong enough immune system to defend against even … Continued

The Benefits of Daycare for Your Children

Kissing your child goodbye every morning and leaving them at a daycare center can be a bit difficult. Parents sometimes experience stress, guilt, and separation anxiety, and worry about how their children will handle being away from their parents. But you can take comfort in the many studies supporting the long term benefits of high-quality … Continued

The Importance of Social Interaction for Kids

Social interaction, whether with adults or peers, is a learning experience for young children. An encouraging, responsive setting provides infants, toddlers, and older children with the opportunity to develop creativity, language skills, social awareness, and confidence. Fostering social skills prepares children to function well in society and enjoy healthier relationships throughout their lifetime. Good manners, … Continued

Can Exposure to Germs Actually Be A Good Thing?

Children under the age of three can be expected to catch between six and eight colds a year. They are exposed to viruses for the first time, and their inexperienced immune systems simply aren’t able to kill them as effectively. And since younger kids aren’t bothered by a runny nose, the virus often ends up … Continued

Children Still Need to Get Outside in the Winter

With the winter cold and snow upon us, it’s tempting to restrict children to indoor play. Safety concerns, the effort of bundling up, and worry over exposure to cold often limit children’s access to exercise and activities during the winter season. How Can Winter Weather Benefit Your Children? However, the cold weather offers benefits to … Continued

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