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Top Ten Tips to Develop Your Child from Birth to Kindergarten

Early childhood development sets the foundation for lifelong learning, behavior, and mental health. We have listed ten early childhood development tips for you to keep in mind while navigating this first chapter of your child’s life.

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Creating a Homeschool Library

Learn how to create and organize your own homeschool library. Friends and neighbors who also homeschool may enjoy borrowing and sharing items. This is a guide on doing this, including ideas on where to gather items.

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13 Sneaky Ways to Get Your Kids to Eat Their Vegetables

Getting your kids to eat their vegetables can be tough. Even if you raised your kids to have an adventurous palette, convincing them to try broccoli, kale, and other leafy greens is often a hard sell. If you are having trouble getting your kids to enjoy vegetables, you do not have to bargain or beg...

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The Effect of Parental Neglect on Emotional, Language and Brain Development

What are the effects of being reared in a deprived setting, without love or companionship? Would the effects of such deprivation be reversible? Or would the damage be permanent?

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The Social Effects of Homeschooling

Many still consider homeschooling a social and academic death sentence to your children. In reality, nothing could be further from the truth.

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Five Benefits of Regular Family Dinners

Family dinner time is an important part of the day. Not only is it a time to sit down and have a nutritious meal, but it also provides family members with the opportunity to connect as they talk about the events of the day.

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8 Ways to Enhance Your Child’s Critical Thinking Skills

Critical thinking, curiosity, and creativity are attributes children today will need to succeed in the jobs of the near future. Gone are the days where an employer needs a body to complete a task. Businesses of the future will need employees who can think and create.

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Persistence the Difference between Mediocrity and Greatness

“It’s not that I’m so smart,” Albert Einstein once said. “It’s just that I stay with problems longer.” Einstein’s simple statement is a clarion call for all who seek greatness, for themselves and for their children. In the end, persistence is the difference between mediocrity and greatness.

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9 Ways to Teach Your Toddler to Count

Introducing numbers and counting will stand your child in great stead for that thorny subject of mathematics. Find countless ways to get your toddler counting while simultaneously developing the precious bond between you.

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Create a Garden Reading Nook in Your Child’s Room

Literacy is necessary to do well in life. Children need to read every day in order to hone their literacy skills. Teach your child the love of books by creating a garden reading nook in the corner of their room.

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Tips for Getting Your Kids to Eat More Vegetables

When battling your kids at dinnertime to eat their vegetables, you may be battling more than just a strong will. You may be battling genetics. How foods, including vegetables, taste to a child is deeply rooting in their genes. Here are four tips and tricks for teaching your child to enjoy vegetables.

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5 Ways to Help Your Child Get Better at Math

Has your child ever come home from school and told you they are bad at math? Many children are growing up believing they can’t do it, and once that belief becomes ingrained, it’s hard to get past it.

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