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Heart-to-heart Talk with a Pre-schooler: Tips for Effective Communication with Kids

Heart-to-heart Talk with a Pre-schooler: Tips for Effective Communication with Kids

One of the important aspects parents with pre-school children need to pay attention to is communication.  While preschoolers can already communicate properly through language, these little ones still heavily rely on facial expressions, behaviors, and gestures.  Knowing the right way to communicate with a child…

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5 Fun Ways to Keep Your Child Physically and Mentally Healthy at Home

5 Fun Ways to Keep Your Child Physically and Mentally Healthy at Home

With less time spent outdoors, children’s physical and mental health can be compromised.  Staying indoors means less physical activities, less social interaction, and less recreational activities for kids. It puts a limit on the ways of achieving a sound mind and a healthy body. With…

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5 Ways to Raise a Happy Reader

5 Ways to Raise a Happy Reader

As the world celebrates National Reading Month this November, parents are reminded about the importance of reading books in the development of children. Reading helps a child grow his vocabulary, gain a wealth of knowledge and build a sense of independence.  It also is a…

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Apply progressive learning principles in your child’s daily learning

Nowadays, parents are no longer limited to traditional education when it comes to the schooling of their children. Through the years, various approaches in teaching have emerged, and one of the popular ones is Progressive Learning. Progress Learning is a growing approach in the academe…

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5 Ways to Raise Nature-loving Kids during the Quarantine

Going fishing with Dad and Mom, family getaway in the beach and nature tripping with siblings are now just memories in the minds of children.  As much as parents want to take their kids back into the great outdoors, safeguarding the health of everyone during…

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Award-winning educational app for pre-schoolers Mash&Co now in the Philippines

Mash&Co, an award-winning educational app for kids, is now available in the Philippines.    Designed for preschoolers from 3 to 6 years-old, the fun app features a young mushroom named Mash and a wacky snail named Periwinkle whose mission is to save the forest from drought….

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Five Ways to Teach Toddlers and Pre-schoolers to Share

Five Ways to Teach Toddlers and Pre-schoolers to Share

Toddler and pre-school years are a great time to start letting your child socialize with other kids. However, because being with other children is something new, your child may not yet understand the concept of sharing.  That’s why, at this age, seeing your child refuse…

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Understanding Emotions is important for toddlers and pre-schoolers

Understanding Emotions is important for toddlers and pre-schoolers

Like adults, children have emotions. They also get frustrated, excited, nervous, sad, jealous, scared, elated, worried, angry, and embarrassed, and any of these all at the same time.  However, unlike adults, it is difficult for young children to express their feelings. Young kids cannot articulate…

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