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3 Ways To Help Your Child Make It Through Their Middle School Years

By admin / August 9, 2022

For many kids, the middle school years are the hardest ones to get through. Due to academic, social, physical, and personal pressures, many kids find themselves struggling during these years of school. And while there isn’t always an easy answer for how to address certain problems that may arise, there are things you as a […]

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How to Write a Children’s Book: 6 Tips for Getting Started

By admin / June 27, 2022

  Can you believe that the children’s book publishing industry is worth over $2.6 billion in America alone? Getting kids interested in reading at a young age is crucial for their development and long-term success. If you’ve ever dreamed of writing your own children’s book, then this could be the most fulfilling project you ever […]

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4 of the Most Fun Outdoor Activities for Kids

By admin / May 20, 2022

Studies show that outdoor activities benefit children on every level, both physically and mentally. Yet, only 61% of children spend more than 8 hours playing outside every week, while spending as much as two hours daily engaged with technology. Are you concerned about the amount of time your child spends in front of a digital screen? Would […]

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What Are the Benefits of Youth Mentoring?

By admin / March 29, 2022

  Close to 14% of New Zealand youths from ages 6-14 are considered at risk for poor outcomes in their adult life. Youth mentoring is one of the best ways to decrease this number and help youths become well-adjusted as they grow. What is youth mentoring? It is the thoughtful application of programs and role […]

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What Are the Various Types of Learning Styles? What Are the Benefits?

By admin / March 29, 2022

  Did you know that about 65% of the world are visual learners? Though visual learners are the most common, there are several other types of learning. Different learning styles can affect how someone retains information and what style of instruction best benefits them. If you are interested in different learning styles, we’re here to […]

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Preparing for a Newborn: 6 Essential Tips

By admin / March 28, 2022

  Are you shocked that over 385,000 babies are welcomed into the world each day? If you’re going to become a parent soon, then it’s normal to feel anxious about your responsibilities. Babies bring so much joy and love, but caring for them is hard work. Instead of freaking out, you can take a deep […]

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5 Practical Tips to Raise Active Kids

By admin / March 28, 2022

  Did you know that 22% of American children are overweight? That number is increasing quickly; it was only 19% before the pandemic. Every parent wants their children to be healthy, both physically and mentally. Physical activity has undisputed benefits for physical and mental health; in fact, it’s essential. However, dragging your kids out of […]

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4 Benefits of Choosing a Local Preschool

By admin / March 14, 2022

  When you have a preschool-age child, you have a lot of things to think about. Are you going to send them to preschool, or are you going to keep them at home? What about hiring a babysitter? Is preschool good for your child at all? Should you pick a local preschool or a big […]

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Top 3 Important Tips for Sending Your Child to Daycare

By admin / January 6, 2022

  You’ve heard the horror stories. On a child’s first time at daycare, it’s common to see tear-stained faces and hear the anguished wailing from outside. The anxiety of entering a new place without a support system is real for a young child – but in most cases it is avoidable! How can you dodge a meltdown […]

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Things All Teenagers Should Know About Banking – Dan Schatt

By admin / January 5, 2022

The educational system in our country is incredible, but according to experts like Dan Schatt, it fails students in one critical area…understanding banking. Banking and finance are a critical part of the economy, and yet, we don’t make it a priority to teach teens about money. Money is not taught in our schools, and as […]

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