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What Would a Year Without Homework Look Like?

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Why I’m Not Teaching My Four-Year-Old to Read

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Could Eye Contact With Your Baby Increase Communication Later On?

You know those endless hours of staring at your baby during those first few months? Well, those moments are more than just a parent in awe of the new life they created. According to a new study from the University … Continue reading

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Helping Kids Discover Journaling — Confessions of Parenting

I love this time a year… A time of new beginnings and fresh starts, of course we don’t always have to wait for the New Year to do this, but it seems for the most of us we always do… … Continue reading

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7 Books to Help Kids Understand Life with Autism — Parent Co.

Books are unique in that they can introduce us to new worlds, help us explore exciting concepts, and even teach us about what might be happening within ourselves. They are especially beneficial to children, who often have many questions – … Continue reading

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If behavior is communication – what do I do about it? — Bounceback Parenting

One of the most powerful shifts I made as a parent was when I started really focusing on behavior as communication, rather than simply reacting to the behavior in front of me as if it were a direct assault on … Continue reading

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Sometimes We Just Need to Play — Just BE Parenting

Play is a powerful tool. For children, it helps their minds create connections between neurons, helps them promote development of coping mechanisms, and lets them experience different interactions in a safe and controlled manner. It is a major part of … Continue reading

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