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Tips and guidelines to send your kids of all ages to kindergarten, child care centres, day care and more!

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Preschool safety: Tips and Best Practices
Preschool teachers not only need to help children learn and develop, prepare lessons and activities, but also make...
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Infant Daycare: How To Choose One For Your Baby?
‘It takes a village to raise a child.’ This is especially true for parents who have to return...
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preschool play time
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How to plan a preschool schedule?
Planning a preschool schedule is more than slotting in activities into a time frame. There are many factors...
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Montessori Kindergarten
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Montessori Kindergarten: 20 Reasons To Enrol Your Child
The early years are very important in a child’s development as the attitudes, concepts and experiences that are...
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Practical Self-Esteem Activities to Boost Your Kid’s Self-esteem
  “I wish I looked like Livy.” “I just don’t understand anything we are taught. I am dumb,”....
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How to Encourage Preschoolers to Write
Encouraging a preschooler to write One of the toughest parts of dealing with a preschooler is showing them...
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How to Teach Your Kid How to Spell – The Right Way
  If you are a preschooler’s parent, you know the hassle that comes with spelling words correctly. You...
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My Child Hates School. What Do I Do?
“How do I motivate my pre-schooler to love school?” You are not the first parent who has found...
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How to Homeschool a Preschooler Successfully
If you are a stay at home mommy and you are considering preschool homeschooling, it is still a...
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Tips on Dealing with Separation Anxiety in Babies
Your little baby was all charming and smiling to everyone and then BOOM! She is no longer interested...
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Negative Effects of Technology on Children & What to Do
We cannot deny the growth of technology in our lives. Technology is a great thing that we should...
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pre-reading skills
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6 Easy Ways to Enhance Pre-reading Skills for Your Preschooler
Every child learns to read at their own pace. There is, therefore, no need to give your child...
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