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Does your child have an affinity for music? Do they enjoy creating buildings and cities with Legos? Are they strong mediators who work well in groups? What about you? When I was young, intelligence meant having all the right answers. (At least that’s the definition I internalized). It had little to do with creativity or […]

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Newborns are amazing high-maintenance miracles. Though the first few weeks consist mainly of eating, sleeping, crying and dirty diapers, there is a LOT going on in those little bundles of joy. Babies develop faster than at any other stage, and their brains form neurological connections at an astonishing rate. Just imagine how crazy the experience […]

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Building A Better Brain

Published on March 14, 2012 by in Physical Development

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Children’s brains develop in some very cool ways, and this post will discuss how we can enrich that development. A baby’s brain comes to the world with billions of cells, but few neural pathways connecting them. It’s like having an entire civilization appear with almost no infrastructure. From birth through 6 years old, that’s essentially […]

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Spheres of Development: The Body

Published on March 7, 2012 by in Physical Development

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Ah yes, the body. Endlessly fascinating. Constantly changing. Often a source of wonder, pride, shame, excitement, curiosity, strength and so much more. It’s the container that makes our experience of the world possible, and it should not be taken for granted. Throughout early childhood there are a number of ways to optimize the body’s growth. […]

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