5 Tips for After School Nannies
After School Nannies are responsible for children from the time they are picked up at school (or arrive home on the school bus) until parents arrive home from work and/or…
How to Manage Potty Training Regressions
You want to celebrate – but you’re afraid you might jinx it. It looks like your 2 ½ year old is fully potty trained! They go to the bathroom when…
6 Ways to Exercise with Your Kids
Children of all ages need physical activity to grow and develop into healthy, strong adults. With the growing prevalence of sedentary lifestyles, how can we encourage children to get the…
I work full-time, what am I going to do with my kids over summer break?
Creating a summer schedule can help families manage the transition with planned vacation time as well as some academic activities to prevent the summer slide.
Language Development Milestones for a Three-Year-Old Child
Young children need to be engaged in language rich experiences with families and caregivers in order to develop age appropriate speech and language skills.
Fly a Kite with Your Kids (and Teach Them a Bit of Engineering)
As Spring approaches, March winds bring memories of running down the street trying to get a kite in the air.
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