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18 November 2021

Who Are Mommy & Me Classes Really For?

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With the horde of Mommy & Me classes available and the apparent need that some parents feel to be involved as many of them as possible, some may be left wondering who these classes are actually intended for. The most straightforward answer is that the classes can be incredible for both parent and infant, yet...

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18 November 2021

How To Support Parents Of ESL Students

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Research has indicated how parental commitment is helpful for all students regardless of their socioeconomic status. Those with actively involved parents are bound to get higher grades, take on more significant level projects, go to class consistently, develop better social skills, show improved conduct, and graduate...

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17 November 2021

Socialization And Play In Early Learning

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Some of our most valuable learning experiences occur outside of the classroom, this is especially true during early childhood when children can play and build up their social skills. [Read More]
16 November 2021

The Different Moms You’ll Find at Mommy & Me Classes

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There is no universal portrayal of the moms that go to Mommy & Me classes. A few articles you may read will separate all moms into classes, for example, the overly-friendly mom, the “super-into-it” mother, the flustered mother, the loquacious mother and, lastly, even the rare token father. [Read More]
16 November 2021

Getting The Most Out Of Your Child’s Summer Camp

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There are a variety of summer camp options for parents to choose from nowadays. There are camps that specialize in areas such as sports, craftsmanship, drama, innovation, outdoors, and some include a bit of all of the above. [Read More]
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