Simple Do's And Don'ts Of Helping Your Kindergartener Form Lasting Friendships

Posted on: 10 March 2017
When your child starts kindergarten, you may be worried about how well they will fit in there. If you were popular in school, you may want to help your little one be loved among their peers, too. If you were bullied in school or made to feel like an outcast, it's only natural that you will want to help your child avoid experiencing the same trauma. No matter what your motivations are for helping your little one make friends in kindergarten, your efforts are sure to be rewarding and appreciated as your child develops and hones their social skills.
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Is Preschool Really Better Than Keeping Your Kids At Home?

Posted on: 5 December 2016
If you're fortunate enough to be a stay-at-home parent, you may still wonder if keeping your child home and out of preschool is the right thing to do. While there are pros to the "home-preschool" approach, you could be preventing your little one from having access to a host of advantages. Here are three reasons why sending your child to preschool, even if it's for just a few hours a day, will give them a leg up as they grow up.
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Not Religious And Don't Like Public Schooling? 3 Private High Schools In NYC To Look Into

Posted on: 19 October 2016
There are some really great public schools in NYC as well as great religious high schools, but if you and your child would prefer a secular school that did not have a strong focus on religion and has an intimate atmosphere that a public school will not have, then private high schools are the answer. Below are three of the best private high schools in NYC. Two are located in Manhattan, and one is located in The Bronx.
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What Should You Look for When Choosing a Child-Care Setting for Your Toddler?

Posted on: 3 October 2016
If you are sending your toddler off to daycare for the first time, you probably have a lot of concerns. It is only natural to worry about their safety and well-being during the day while you are off at work. You can alleviate most of those concerns by doing your research to find a child-care center that caters to the needs of toddlers. Here's what you should look for when choosing child care for your toddler.
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