How to answer a child who asks, “What is Hanukkah?”
Parents and childcare providers can answer most questions that children ask about different people. If a child in McDonald’s and asks about someone who is wearing distinctive clothing – say…
Improving Cognitive Development During the Primary Years
Children grow every day – physically, emotionally and mentally. It’s easy to see their physical growth and we support that by making sure they get proper sleep, nutrition and exercise….
Are Your Children Ready for a Pet?
Children are fascinated by animals. How often have you heard: “I want a puppy!” or “Oh, what a soft kitty, can we take it home?” While adorable, a pet comes…
6 Ways to Teach Children About Money
Our understanding of money begins at a young age and by the time we are adults, it’s second nature to use cash, credit and debit cards. In monetary societies, money…
5 Tips for After School Nannies
After School Nannies are responsible for children from the time they are picked up at school (or arrive home on the school bus) until parents arrive home from work and/or…
How to Manage Potty Training Regressions
You want to celebrate – but you’re afraid you might jinx it. It looks like your 2 ½ year old is fully potty trained! They go to the bathroom when…
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