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Remember when you were a child and your teacher was going to have a talk with your parents? It was always a little nerve-wracking wondering about what they would say….
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Premature babies (or preemies) are those babies born before 37 weeks of gestation. A micro-preemie is a baby who is born weighing less than 1 pound, 12 ounces (800 grams)…
eLearning Advantages and Disadvantages
eLearning is using electronic media (usually the internet) to facilitate learning outside of the traditional classroom environment. It generally involves structured courses or learning experiences that are delivered electronically. Courses…
How to Set Up an eLearning Workstation
Like most families, we were caught unprepared for the news that our 2nd grader would be eLearning due to Covid. We were fortunate enough to have a guest room and…
Celebrating Halloween During a Pandemic
This year has been a time of change and adjustment for everyone. As Fall approaches, many children begin to think about Halloween and look forward to dressing in costumes and…
Building Independence in Children
When a baby enters the world, they are entirely dependent on others for their care ad well-being. As they grow and develop, they become less reliant and more independent from…
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