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  • How to Help Kids Succeed After Preschool Graduation in Sugarland
    July 26, 2016  
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    Preschool in Sugarland is a whimsical journey filled with playful learning, new experiences, and fun pals. Activities for preschoolers at daycares in Sugarland, TX should help prepare the youngsters for their transition to the exciting world of kindergarten. This time can be bittersweet for parents and children since kindergarten is officially the first level of elementary school. How do parents know if their child is prepared for kindergarten? Many parents wonder if their child is […]

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  • Are Toddlers Too Young for Sports?
    July 5, 2016  
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    Today’s parents seem to be in a big hurry to get their kids involved in a variety of extracurricular activities, particularly sports. Sports for toddlers are on the rise starting as young as three years old. Popular sports for 3-year-olds include karate, soccer, dance, and swimming. Some medical experts question if getting children so active this early is wise. Why are preteens developing overuse injuries? The number of reported serious overuse injuries is on the […]

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  • Why Physical Movement in the Classroom in Important
    June 23, 2016  
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    Have you ever witnessed a little girl spinning and singing while pretending to be a fairy or a princess? That same little girl may be playing out a whole narrative and that whimsical twirl may be just one part. Perhaps you have seen a little boy run around a makeshift fort, also known as a discarded box, warding off invisible trolls with a wooden spoon. Both children were devising creative storylines while moving, building and […]

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  • How to Raise a Child that Succeeds and Soars
    June 7, 2016  
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    A well-rounded kid is the result of solid parenting and an unwavering support system. When raising children, every parent’s goal should be to make sure their offspring develop a sense of purpose and that they feel confident. This should be established before the youngster steps foot in any outside learning environment. What is first learned at home is most crucial in raising a child with passion and a healthy self-esteem.   How to raise a […]

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  • Childcare Centers: Daycare vs Preschool
    May 25, 2016  
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    Your young one might be very happy in a daycare setting, but you may be debating if the time is right to make the transition to preschool. Perhaps your youngster spent the first formative years at home with you and now you are seeking more social interaction for your child. Whatever the reason, you are probably considering: What are the pros and cons of pre-school vs. daycare? What are the best child care tips? Child […]

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  • A Guide to Your Toddler’s First Day of Day Care
    April 29, 2016  
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    Choosing a day care provider for your child can be a very difficult and emotional decision. Leaving your little one in the hands of strangers is one of the hardest things a parent will ever do. But once you find a place of nurturing and fun for your child, and comfort for you both, you will need to start preparing for daycare. The first day of day care is a huge milestone in your toddler’s […]

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  • Teaching Good Manners and Proper Etiquette for Kids
    April 29, 2016  
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    Teaching Kids Good Manners It is well-known that kids can be brutally honest. They speak their minds without a filter and most often without ill-intent. Children simply state what is obvious to them and those observations are usually true. If a kid sees an obese woman and asks too loudly how she got so fat, that’s a valid question. That being said, it is also seen as rude and insensitive. Most children won’t automatically feel […]

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  • Raising Resilient Children
    March 30, 2016  
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    Some children are born with many desired traits. They can naturally be resilient, sociable, bold, optimistic and much more. Children with these traits tend to grow quite self-confident as they reach adolescence. Their ability to persevere and roll with the punches of life is evident in their behavior and personalities on a day to day basis. Other kids are not so fortunate. However, not all children are naturally predisposed with these traits. Some children are […]

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  • ‘Terrible Two’ Tantrums
    February 9, 2016  
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    Entering the Terrible Two Zone When your babies enter their terrible second year, it can be a difficult time to adjust to for both you and your child. Tantrums are a norm during this age period. The bad thing about this phase is that it can be emotionally and physically exhausting, while the good thing and perhaps the best is that this phase doesn’t last for long! So don’t let it wear you down too […]

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  • The Importance of Math in Early Childhood Education
    December 16, 2015  
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    Education- A Birth Right Most people will agree that education is a birthright; each child has a right to an education. As the saying goes, ‘Education is the backbone of a nation.’ Under education come several subjects, one of the most important being Mathematics. Why Math? A lot of children often ask their parents “What will I ever do with Math?” As sincere as they are in their desire to avoid taking math classes, they […]

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