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3 Life Lessons to Teach Your Kids This Summer

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This summer, take time to teach your children life lessons that will shape them into empathetic, caring, and confident young adults.

Summer is the best time to spend some QT with the whole family. Whether you work full-time or not, your kid’s schedules are a little bit more flexible in the summer months, so take advantage of the time you’ll have together. This summer, take time to teach your children these life lessons that will shape them into empathetic, caring, and confident young adults. (more…)

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3 Tips From Parenting Pros: How to Raise Empathetic Children in 2018

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Follow these five parenting tips so that your child will grow up to be the kind of person you’d like to know.

With everything that we read in the news today, we wonder how we can raise our children to be the best people that they can be. Teaching empathy and how to care for others is the most important thing a parent can do, especially as technology evolves, creating a more impersonal world day by day. Follow these five parenting tips so that your child will grow up to be the kind of person you’d like to know. (more…)

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Keep Summer Fun and Educational with These 3 Parenting Tips

 

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With these simple parenting tips, you can help set the tone for a summer full of memorable family activities.

School’s almost out, which means your kids will be home for the next eight weeks. Whether you’re a stay-at-home parent or not, you want to ensure that you and your kids have a memorable, safe summer. Summer is meant for kids to have fun, relax, and explore. With these simple parenting tips, you can help set the tone for a summer full of memorable family activities. (more…)

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Babysitter Knows Best Continued: 3 More Things Your Babysitter Wishes You Knew

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These parenting tips will help you maintain an excellent relationship with your babysitter or nanny.

No matter how long you’ve known your babysitter, there are many things you should know. Whether you realize it or not, you’re managing an employee, and it is best to treat them with the respect that you would in any other professional setting. These parenting tips will help you maintain an excellent relationship with your babysitter or nanny. (more…)

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3 Tricks That Will Motivate Your Child to Love School

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These three tips will help set the right tone and motivate your child to embrace school every single day.

School can be tough, and people at all stages of life have their good and bad days. If your child is having some difficulty warming up to school, keep in mind that it is normal and nothing is wrong with your child. Sometimes all it takes for a child to start liking school is some gentle encouragement. These three tips will help set the right tone and motivate your child to embrace school every single day. (more…)

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Brush-Up for Spring Parent-Teacher Conferences

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Parent-teacher conferences can be stressful for both parents and teachers, but these simple guidelines will make it an easy process.

With the school year coming to an end in the next couple of months, your spring parent-teacher conferences are on the horizon. Now that the year is almost over and you’ve established a relationship with your child’s teacher, you want to brush-up before you meet with them again. Parent-teacher conferences can be stressful for both parents and teachers, but these simple guidelines will make it an easy process. (more…)

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The Benefits of Healthy Eating in Early Childhood

The Benefits of Healthy Eating in Early Childhood
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It is imperative to your child’s health that you are consistently promoting eating well and encouraging them to make healthy choices in and out of your home.

Eating well benefits people of all ages, but it is especially important for your little ones. Kids in the early stages of childhood need nutrient-rich, health-conscious meals to allow them to grow and learn to their full potential. Without the right amount of the right kinds of foods, children could suffer from problems with their overall physical and mental growth. In addition to problematic development, it might be harder for undernourished children to stave off infections and illnesses. It is imperative to your child’s health that you are consistently promoting eating well and encouraging them to make healthy choices in and out of your home. (more…)

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4 Positive Ways to Motivate Your Kids

Convincing your children to do anything is difficult enough. Convincing them to do the things they already don’t want to do is even trickier.

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Be the best parent you can be by finding positive ways to motivate your children without overdoing rewards or being too tough.

These easy, positive, nag-free tips will help you find ways to motivate your kids and still be on their good side.

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3 Tips for Parents with “Tweens”

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Here are some positive tips to be mindful of when trying to be the best possible parent you can be to your tween.

Raising a preteen or “tween,” as they are sometimes called, is an eye-opening experience. With moments of pride to moments of complete confusion and frustration, it is quite an experience to watch the young child you once knew now grow into the person they are becoming. If you are a parent with at least one preteen at home, it is no doubt that you have some questions and concerns when it comes to your child. Here are some positive tips to be mindful of when trying to be the best possible parent you can be to your tween.

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4 Ways You and Your Child Can Enjoy the Great Outdoors in Early Spring

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Time to stretch those legs and enjoy some crisp, almost-spring air. Here are four outdoor activities you and your family can do together in the early spring.

Spring is almost upon us, and that means it’s time to find some motivation to get outside and enjoy the warmer weather. You and your family have been cooped up inside all winter long. Time to stretch those legs and enjoy some crisp, almost-spring air. Here are four outdoor activities you and your family can do together in the early spring.

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