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6 Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids

Thanksgiving is right around the corner! As you plan table settings and gather ingredients for the big feast, have you thought about keeping the kids occupied? Crafts are a great alternative to kids playing on smartphones. While you’re preparing for Turkey Day, these easy DIY projects can keep the kids entertained, while spending quality time…

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How to Help Your Child with Reading

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, most children learn to read between the ages of six and seven. Depending on how early a child is introduced to the concept, he or she could be reading by kindergarten. In any case, kids can build their reading skills outside the classroom too. What can parents do…

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How to Prepare Your Child for Daycare

The first five years of a child life are the most vital for learning and development. Day care is a great way to ensure your child is on the right path to growth and discovery, yet it can be a difficult transition. Toddlers are unfamiliar with a “school” setting and parents may be hesitant to…

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