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Brain Building Play
 Get on the fast track to boosting your toddler’s brain development through play. Play is an integral part of childhood for good reason - it is your toddler’s “work”. Through play, toddlers learn about themselves and their world. Swiss developmental psychol...

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Bedtime Battles
Bedtime need not be battle time for toddlers and their parents. By following some of the following tips, you may be able to establish a peaceful bedtime routine. Give your child a warning about half an hour before time to put away the toys and start getting...

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Safety this Halloween
Trick or Treating Safety Tips Sources:  http://www.cdc.gov/family/ halloween/ http://childcare.about.com/od/ childsafet1/a/trickortreat.htm Don’t trick or treat alone!  Go with an adult and/or with a trusted group. Plan out a route ahead of time.  Trick or ...

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Water Fun with Kids
Water Fun with Kids Source: parenting.com 1. Jump Water: Run a strong stream from a garden hose back and forth like a snake under your child’s feet, allowing him to jump over it. 2. Liquid Limbo: Use the stream from a water hose as the stick for a high-stak...

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The Philosophical Baby by Alison Gopnik
Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies has understood it for years, and now philosophers are seeing it too.  Babies are smart and learn more in the first 5 years of life– because those are the critical years to connect the billion neurons they are born with while...

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Reading Recommendations for Your Little One!
Learning how to read is one of the most important skills a child will learn and master in their childhood.  Students are introduced to the ABCs from infancy, and letter recognition begins as early as their toddler years.  As crucial as reading is to every c...

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Music in Preschool Education
Music has always played an integral
role in preschool education.  Kids of all ages grow up listening to songs
and rhymes that are used to teach them colors, numbers, animal sounds, the days
of the week, months of the year, and more. Preschool teachers utili...

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Technology in the Classrooms
 In this day and age,
technology is unavoidable.   We are
a society addicted to the convenience and availability of various forms of
technology, and in order to keep up we must learn to navigate at an
increasingly younger age.   There
are many merits to exp...

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Enrolling Pre-Schoolers in Extra Curricular Activities
No matter the age,
extra-curricular activities take form in many ways.   From community groups to painting to dancing to sports to
playing musical instruments, these activities can take place daily, weekly, or
even monthly. There are numerous merits to allo...

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Sign Language: Not Just for the Hearing Impaired
Teaching children sign
language from a young age is beneficial in many ways.   Because hand-eye coordination develops faster than verbal
skills, children can effectively learn to communicate before they can
talk.   This communication can be
viewed as a two-...
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