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December 20, 2013
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Cry Baby, Cry Baby

Who cries at their parent-teacher conference? Apparently I do. I’ve been worried about my preschooler’s academic progress since he started school four months ago. Perhaps it’s irrational, perhaps not. With all the expectations spun by Common Core Standards, I’m feeling … Continue reading

February 5, 2013
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Writing for Children: My First Easy Reader

Writing for Children: My First Easy Reader As a writer and a mom, writing for children felt like a natural step in my career.  Like most moms, I’d read to my children and think, “These stories seem pretty simple; maybe … 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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Does Your Child Need a Private Tutor? A Little Help Can Boost Early Childhood Development

There are many reasons why you might be thinking about getting a private tutor for your child. Some of these reasons could be because your son or daughter is struggling with classwork or homework, or maybe he or she is … Continue reading