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Parents, we all want our children to read. More importantly though, we want our children to want to read. The easiest way to do this is to read with our kids every day (so sayith every teacher and research study worth their salt). In fact, it’s so common sense to nurture a love of reading […]

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Today I read about one mom who got into a fight with her 4 year old girl about clothes, because Mom didn’t want Girl to go to preschool wearing a striped shirt with mismatched polka dot pants. Mom began by asking Girl to change clothes, then demanded, then begged, and finally Mom got her way […]

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Which Type of Person Are You?

Published on April 11, 2012 by in Modeling Behaviors

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I went for a walk in the woods the other day with Mr. 4 & Ms. 2 to explore. While exploring around a small lake, we saw this beautiful little flower smiling at us with a piece of trash right next to it. That’s when it hit me. In this kind of situation, there are […]

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This question plagues many parents. There’s a lot of pressure on moms and dads to get their children into kindergarten as soon as possible. People often fear that their child will be somehow left behind academically, or get a stigma about being one of the older students in their grade, or for reasons of pride […]

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Toddlers! They crazy!! These munchkins keep us on our toes, parents and educators alike. They are in the business of testing boundaries of all shapes and sizes, including (but not limited to) the laws of physics, what they are able to reach and explore, what behaviors they can and cannot get away with, and last […]

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