The Role of Relationships and Environment in Child Development

By superadmin on March 13, 2019 in Blog

Millions of neural connections form during a child’s first five years of life. This is the period when the rate of brain development is at its fastest. As a result, the first.

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Is Your Toddler Not Eating? Here are a Few Ideas and Tips

By superadmin on February 27, 2019 in Blog

Do you often worry because your toddler is not eating enough healthy food? Many other parents share the same worries especially because they’re also concerned about their children’s health and overall wellbeing..

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How Can You Help Nurture Your Child’s Creativity?

By superadmin on February 14, 2019 in Blog

Creativity comes from the root word “create” which can mean building or thinking of something that doesn’t yet exist or applying ideas or putting together things to come up with a new.

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Messy Eating and Playing with Food? Is This Normal in Kids?

By superadmin on January 29, 2019 in Blog

Messy eating and playing with food is just natural among kids (especially children ages 1 to 4 years old). Some parents may actually run out of patience from time to time because.

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How to Emotionally Connect With Your Toddler

By superadmin on January 18, 2019 in Blog

It seems connecting with a toddler is impossible (and even if it’s your second or third child already). It’s like your child has his or her own world and he/she doesn’t let.

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How to Help Build Your Child’s Self Confidence

By superadmin on December 25, 2018 in Blog

Self-confidence is important not just in navigating social situations (facing other people) but also in learning new concepts and exploring new worlds. After all, if children don’t have a shred of self-confidence,.

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