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Tips for Supporting Grieving Children During the Holidays

Talking with children about death is never an easy or enjoyable task, but it must be done to give them the support they need. This is especially true around the holidays, when children will likely be spending more time with extended family and might be having a difficult time missing certain important figures in their […]

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Activities to Help Develop Fine Motor Skills

As an adult, you likely don’t pay much attention to the fine motor skills you use every day. From typing to brushing your teeth to zipping up a zipper, the skills you built early in life serve you daily. These skills involve the use of small muscles in the hands, wrists, fingers, feet and toes. […]

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How to Prepare a Child for a New Sibling

Bringing a new baby into your family is a thrilling experience. But it’s important to keep in mind that it may be a rocky transition when your only child becomes an older sibling. That’s why it’s important to start early with helping them understand what to expect. If you’re interested in teaching kids about new […]

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Helping Children Cope with Grief Around the Holidays

Are you dealing with a death in the family member and not sure how to help your child grieve through the holidays? Emotions and memories can be strong during the holidays for adults and kids alike. It’s a time where the loss of a loved one can truly hurt the most. Luckily, there are some […]

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Why Do Toddlers Bite?

Learning that your child has bitten another person at daycare can be troubling to hear. In most cases, it’s normal for a toddler to bite—it can even be a form of communication or sensory exploration. Still, you want to get to the root of your child’s biting habit to effectively correct this problem behavior. So, […]

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