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January 29, 2013
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Conquer the Homework Blues & Stay on Track with Early Childhood Development

How many times have you complained about the amount of homework required by your child? Never? You’re lucky. But if you’re like most parents, you’ve entered the homework battleground with your child at least once in your effort to foster … Continue reading

January 29, 2013
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Liking School Boosts Early Childhood Development

Last year, I gave into parent-pressure and caught the school-hunt bug. I found myself scouring different charter schools alongside good-intending parents hoping to nab a spot in the school that proclaimed to have the best early childhood development program. I’m … Continue reading

January 29, 2013
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Can’t Afford Preschool? Tips to Boost Early Childhood Development

We often hear about preschool being unattainable for low income families. But it’s not just those living at or below the poverty line who can’t afford preschool—a key component to early childhood development. Middle class families—even those with college educations—also … Continue reading

January 26, 2013
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Increase IQ & Early Childhood Development

Increase IQ When questioning my son’s pediatrician about early childhood development, he made a recommendation for his diet—salmon. He said it’s proven to increase IQ. Here’s more evidence pointing to the link between fish oil and intelligence

January 24, 2013
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5 Reasons to Volunteer as a Room Mom (including boosting early childhood development)

Addictive. That’s the only way to describe my experience volunteering as a room mom in my son’s kindergarten class. Each week, I show up for two hours to help facilitate early childhood development by testing children on their sight words … Continue reading