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…
The Importance of Childhood Friends
In today’s world, America’s children can be very isolated from their peers. They may not have close friendships and may rarely see other children outside of school, unless it is…
4 P’s to Teach Children Social Skills
When someone meets you for the first time, they develop an impression of you based on your interactions. You may make them feel uneasy if you stand too close or…
Identifying Learning Styles
Have you ever been in a classroom or at a seminar and looked around? Some people watch the speaker intently, others are taking copious notes, and some may be listening…
What is in Infant Formula?
Many babies take formula at some time in their lives. Some begin their lives with formula if breastfeeding is not an option. So, what exactly is in infant formula? Understanding…
Why is Good Posture Important?
When we were growing up, our parents and grandparents would tell us to ‘Stand up straight’ and sit tall, don’t slouch!”. These admonitions were aimed at improving our posture. This…
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