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April 26, 2013

Is Duct Tape in your first aid kit? It should be!

Bandages, Cotton Balls, Gauze… Duct Tape The teachers and I recently completed our first aid refresher course and have added duct tape to our classroom first aid kits as recommended by our EMT instructor. You should too. There are hundreds of ways to use duct tape at home and on the road. Here are some […]

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April 10, 2013

They’re not learning. They’re just playing.

Playing is how preschool children learn Infants, toddlers and preschool children learn through interactive hands-on activities. It is the natural way for them to explore, solve problems, be creative, develop stories and to obtain social skills.  Playing blocks with friends is just one way preschoolers learn social skills, colors, numbers, geometry, shapes, balance and problem […]

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March 29, 2013

Help your child develop & learn

What does your child need? This month your child’s teachers are again carefully observing your child to assess for appropriate developmental milestones. We’ve detailed what you can expect your child to able to do at each age & stage of development in our How Is Your Child Developing post. But what does your child need […]

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