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6 Tips for Reading to Your Children Blog

6 Tips for Reading to Your Children

A recent research study conducted by the Early Start Research Institute at the University of Wollongong in South Wales, UK, found that reading to children is important. It also found that when fathers read to their children they may have a different style and approach than mothers. While moms tend to focus on details in […]

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5 Tactics to Become a More Connected Parent Blog

5 Tactics to Become a More Connected Parent

For most parents, the desire to love and provide for their child is as natural as breathing. But the truth is in this day and age where people are inundated with text messages, social media, nontraditional work schedules, hundreds of channels on television and increased financial demands – more parents than ever are struggling to feel truly […]

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It’s As Easy as Riding a Bike – Why It’s Good to Teach Your Child to Ride a Bike

Most kids want to learn to ride a bike, and it’s an easy way to get them into the fresh air and exercising, but could it have more than the obvious benefits? Cycling will help your child develop their leg muscles and strengthen their bones. The continued exercise will help build their stamina and improve […]

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When to Leave Your Teen Alone

Raising teenagers can be a terrifying experience. Often there are no easy answers, and every parent has a different struggle with their teen. However, every teen is going through the same changes. This is the time when they begin their transition into adulthood. They are striving to discover who they are, independently of their families, […]

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How to Help Your Child Be an Entrepreneur

All parents want to give their children every advantage possible to live a fulfilling and independent adult life. However, many children arrive to young adulthood somewhat clueless in terms of livelihood. These young adults typically have to move back home until they can figure out how to make a living. Today’s educational system teaches kids how to […]

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Moving Onwards – Your Seven-Year-Old

Your son is now seven and showing improvements in his physical, cognitive and social development. It might be tempting to think he’ll get most of the support he needs at school, and he is practicing and developing vital skills there, but you still have an important role in helping him progress. So how can you […]

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