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Author Archives: Louise Savoie

How Children Can Play in a Puddle on a Rainy Day

If the rainy weather is uncomfortable for adults, it doesn’t mean it is too, for children. In truth, rain puddles have an almost magnetic pull to children as they watch the rainfall. If it’s warm enough, giving in to their clamor so they can enjoy the rainfall and mud can help them in many ways … Continue reading

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Tips to Get Your Children to Sleep

Children who get less sleep can be groggy, tired, irritated, and may have problems with concentration and memory. It is because as much as adults, children can have sleeping problems too. They may also have insomnia at some level, characterized in their struggles of falling asleep, staying asleep, or sometimes, waking up too early. When … Continue reading

Bring Mathematics in the Kitchen

To most children, mathematics may be regarded as a laborious learning drill. However, it can be an enjoyable activity. Associating math with almost every part of their day-to-day activities can greatly help them appreciate the subject. Without having to put it in a schedule, children will improve their knowledge of math concepts even without them … Continue reading

Why Is Setting a Daily Routine for Children Important?

Routines are how individuals or families organize themselves to accomplish things by following fixed procedures and set time. From daily routines for schoolwork, bath time, mealtime, to bedtime, they’re great ways for families to spend time and have fun together. A preschool in Maryland backs up how routines do not only make life smoother for … Continue reading

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Tips on Improving Children’s Concentration Power

Focus, listen, finish – tasks which children may find toiling. While attention span differs by age, at their early years, children are built for action and not for sitting still, which is why you are likely to see them more distracted than focused, especially when they find things boring. They are differently hardwired from adults … Continue reading

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Parent Mindfulness: Tips for Success

Parents, do you sometimes find yourself wondering what you did during the day, beyond cleaning up messes and managing tantrums? Many adults often speed through their waking hours – some simply go through the motions and routine of each day. A lack of mindfulness may lead to feelings of stress. Remember, not only is stress … Continue reading

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