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  • Helping Your Children Set and Reach Their Goals

    Goals—we all set them. Whenever we have a task to complete or a mission statement to fulfill, we set goals to keep us moving forward. In education, career, and life, goals are the driving factor for what we do. It is never too early to start an objective. Teaching your children to set goals for […]

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    Help Your Child Love to Learn

    For children, learning new concepts and experiencing the world around them comes naturally through observing, listening, and exploring. From the many questions they ask to the imaginary games they play, children are constantly learning. As they grow, this natural love of learning can be squashed if not fostered and encouraged in a loving environment.  At […]

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    Fostering Thankfulness in Your Children

    As a child, being thankful for what you have can be a hard thing to do. Many children don’t recognize the importance and benefits of the things around them. Like we all did as children, their focus may be the new toy and/or game they want. This Thanksgiving season is a perfect opportunity for teaching […]

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    Helping Children Through Scary Situations

    One of the worst things a parent can experience is seeing their child in fear. For a child, being in a scary situation can really have an impact on them, whether it’s seeing a frightening image or getting lost at the grocery store. The best thing to do after events like these is to comfort […]

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    What You Need to Know about Kinesthetic Learning

    As most of us know, there are multiple approaches to learning. Some people consider themselves “visual learners,” others “auditory learners,” and so on. But there is one learning style that has an importance which is often overlooked in the classroom: kinesthetic learning.   So, what is kinesthetic learning? Also known as the hands-on approach, the […]

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