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December 30, 2012
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Ambidexterity: My Child is Both Right and Left Handed

My 3-year-old is playing a game on his leap pad as he switches between his right and left hand with grace. And he’s perfectly positioned the stylis between his fingers. I didn’t teach him that. Yet ambidexterity is something I’d … Continue reading

December 30, 2012
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Please Stop Whining!

Please stop whining! A child’s constant whining can send any parent over the edge. Deep breaths, it’ll pass. But is there a better way to handle it? According to this article there is, if you can understand and tap into … Continue reading

December 29, 2012
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Mental Illness Among Child Bullies

The tragic Newtown, Conn. shooting has brought mental illness to the forefront once again. Recognizing and treating mental disorders in children is important for many reasons. Here’s an article that discusses the prevalence of mental conditions among child bullies. Mental … Continue reading

December 28, 2012
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Early Education’s Head Start Centers Vie for Funding

There’s nothing like a little competition to keep early education centers on their toes. Enter the national Head Start program funding “competition” in which Head Start programs must prove they are worthy of federal dollars. Here’s an article that explains … Continue reading

December 28, 2012
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Fiscal Cliff Cuts to US Education System

Our schools are in danger of Fiscal Cliff impact in a matter of days. That’s because nearly every program that falls under the US Education system will be hit with spending cuts—at least temporarily until a decision is reached. Here … Continue reading