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As the holidays approach, gift giving is often top of mind, especially for those who have children and teens in their lives. When choosing gifts for children it’s important to consider the recipient, making selections based on what they will like best.
The holiday season is a time of joy and celebration with family and friends, however it can also be a significant source of stress. The increased family responsibilities and jam-packed schedules that accompany the holidays can be exhausting, which makes being mindful of your needs essential.
Fostering a sense of appreciation in children is often one of the most unexpectedly challenging lessons for a parent to teach. However, encouraging gratitude from an early age can cultivate a lifetime of happiness and satisfaction.
In today's fast-paced world, it's becoming increasingly common to see children exhibiting attention-seeking behaviors. Dr. Lauren (Starnes) Loquasto, SVP and chief academic officer at Goddard Systems, was recently featured on Romper.com to give her expert advice on attention-seeking behaviors.
Click here to learn more about the benefits of arts and crafts for preschoolers. Learn about the social, emotional, creative, and educational benefits.
Time changes become a source of frustration for families and their children. To offset the upcoming fall back, here are some ways to help make the transition a little easier for your family.
Attention seeking behaviors among children can arise from time to time, but if they become increasingly frequent or excessive it can be challenging and problematic. Learn more about identifying and addressing attention seeking behavior in children.
Separation anxiety is expected when dropping children off at daycare or preschool. Click here for tips for adults and children on separation worries.
Why is emotional intelligence important in early childhood development? Learn more about the importance of teaching children about their feelings.