Nurturing Emotional Intelligence in Sensory Sensitive Children Sensory

Nurturing Emotional Intelligence in Sensory Sensitive Children when Emotions Run High If you’ve spent any time around children, or even your local grocery store, you’re well aware that kids throw temper tantrums. You’ve probably even seen your fair share of adult temper tantrums. And if you have a child that has Sensory Processing Disorder or other conditions that disrupt behavior, tantrums and meltdowns can be a...

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Smart Breakfast for Kids: Protein Waffle Breakfast Sammy Nutrition

Smart Breakfast for Kids: Protein Waffle Breakfast Sammy with Egg Whites and Ham Hi! It’s me, Rachael again, I just love guest posting over here because I get to share something that is so important to me, and that is feeding kids nutritious foods. We enjoy our fair share of treats, goodies, and indulgent meals. But I know just how critical it is to give kids...

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The Best Hands-on Play Dough Activities to Build Fine Motor Education

The Best Hands-on Play Dough Activities to Build Fine Motor This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. I am probably biased, but I have the two cutest grandsons in the world and whenever they are at my house, we love getting our hands dirty with play dough. By the time we are done, we not only have great dinosaur and superhero masterpieces, we also...

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Alphabet Sensory Activities Series From A TO Z: B is for Bubbles Sensory

Alphabet Sensory Activities Series From A TO Z- B is for Bubbles Welcome to Alphabet Sensory Activities! 26 amazing bloggers have gotten together to share a sensory experience based on a letter of the alphabet…think sensory bin, sensory bottle, gross motor outlet, tactile craft or fine motor activity. But these are all guaranteed to be fun! Every day this month, there will be a new sensory...

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Writing for Kids: Is it better for Kids to focus on Writing Concepts or Grammar? Writing

Writing for Kids: Is it better for Kids to focus on Writing Concepts or Grammar? When I say writing, what do you think? Do you think of self-expression, art, creativity, or even fun? Or do you think grammar (cringe), punctuation (who really knows how to use a comma anyway?), and essays (please stop, you’re going to give me nightmares)? If you’re part of the group...

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Yoga for Kids: 3 Fun Animal Brain-Building Activities for Higher Learning Part II Physical Literacy

Yoga for Kids: Fun Animal Brain-Building Activities Check out our activities and even more brain-boosting learning games for kids at the Inspired Treehouse.  If you have kids like mine, especially boys, I quickly found out that I couldn’t even mention the words “super heroes” or “Star Wars” without them going crazy. When my son was young and I needed him to focus on homework or...

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10 Amazing After School Snack Ideas Education

10 Amazing After School Snack Ideas By Whitney Hollingshead Summer is quickly coming to an end and back to school is on the horizon. As you plan for the coming school year, don’t forget to prepare a plan for after school snacks. Odds are you will soon be searching for some quick, tasty, and yet relatively healthy snacks to tide your hungry kids over until dinner...

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Outdoor play gives your kids more than fresh air Physical Literacy

Outdoor play gives your kids more than fresh air Guest Blog Post Lori Fireman When I was a little girl, for several magical years we lived with my grandparents. Aside from spoiling us with love (and candy, of course), my brother and I had the great fortune to play in their backyard, which led into a ravine. We ran, we chased squirrels, we played in...

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15 Important Phrases You Should Say to Avoid Homework Meltdowns with Your Anxious Child Education

Parent Phrases to Avoid Homework Meltdowns with Anxious Child If you have a child in school, you don’t need a study to tell you that your child gets too much homework. Whether you’re trudging through times table worksheets and book reports with your elementary aged children or begging your high schooler to do that forty problem algebra assignment, five page essay, and read the twenty pages...

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Back to Basics with Back to School Goals Education

Back to Basics with Back to School Goals  By Alyssa Craig The summer has flown by and the beginning of the school year is right around the corner. This is a great time to get your family together and make some back to school goals. Your goals can cover everything from healthy eating, to getting homework done, to setting financial goals individually and as a...

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