It Takes a Community to “Educate” a Child Education

Community: “Educate” a Child Moving. As a child, moving to a new home is one of the scariest ideas. We learn to love the place we grew up in, the friends we make and of course the memories we create. As a parent, it can be even more terrifying, especially when the happiness of your child is one of the most important things we take...

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5 Fantastic Boredom Busting Activities for Kids Physical Literacy

Boredom Busting Activities By Whitney Hollingshead If you are on the hunt for some new boredom busters, give these ideas a try! These simple activities will keep your kids entertained for hours. Better yet, your children will spend their hours developing skills that will help them throughout life. These five ideas combined will help your child explore inventing, marketing, designing, writing, cooking, and dancing: 1. Invent-a-Toy...

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Late Bloomer or Language Delay? Common Delays in Your Child’s Language Development Language Development

Late Bloomer or Language Delay? Common Delays in Your Child’s Language Development This article provides helpful information for your child’s language development. It can help you determine if your child struggles with expressive or receptive language and if they need professional assistance. Have you ever watched a baby develop their language skills? Have you ever stopped to think about how language develops? Understanding how language...

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Articulation and Enunciation: The Mysteries Behind Your Child’s Language Development Development

Articulation and Enunciation: The mysteries behind your child’s language development Other parts in our Language Development Series: Speech versus Language Signs and symptoms of receptive versus expressive language Articulation and Enunciation Late bloomer or language delay? Early language intervention As a review, speech is about how we form words, how we say words, and how well people around us understand the words we speak. The...

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Understanding Your Child’s Speech Milestones Speech

Speech Milestones and Delays As part of our speech series, this article will focus on milestones and delays. Remember, speech is the way we form words, the ways we pronounce words, the way words sound and how we recognize them. Some of it can be seen in different accents from different regions of a country. In the United States, we have different regional accents. Personally,...

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How to support the ‘air traffic control system’ of your child’s brain Physical Literacy

Guest Blog Post Dawne Clark How to support the ‘air traffic control system’ of your child’s brain If your child is involved in organized sports, you’ve probably noticed that at practices and games some children are focused, listening to the coach, and doing what they are asked, whereas other children seem to be doing anything but — daydreaming, fidgeting, watching the birds fly by, or...

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The Best Chore Chart for Sensory Sensitive Kids Sensory

Chore Chart for Sensitive Kids Unless you are like Monica on Friends, you probably hate cleaning and organizing just as much as I do, which means, battling with our kids to do chores and help around the house is equally as challenging. But, when we can motivate them to help, they not only make our lives easier with a clean house, they also secretly get...

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7 Smart Chores for Sensory Sensitive Kids Sensory

Chores for Sensory Sensitive Kids I think we all understand the struggle to get our kids to help out around the house. They dread being asked to do chores, and let’s be honest, we usually dread having to ask. We know before we open our mouths that there is a 99.99% chance that we are going to be met with opposition and that is especially...

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Building your Child’s Brain is like Building a House Development

Guest Blog Post Dawne Clarke Building your child’s brain is like building a house Parents have been hearing for a long time now about the importance of our child’s early years. The preschool years, we’re told, prepare children to be successful in school and in life. These first years also set the habits that they will carry throughout their lifetimes – to be active, healthy,...

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