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BOOK EXCERPT: Mothering Our Boys by Maggie Dent Part Two – Some More Interesting Things About Boys

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Why Your Child Rebels by Lion Goodman & Carista Luminare

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BOOK EXCERPT: Mothering Our Boys by Maggie Dent – A Guide for Mums of Sons

Boys are not tough, especially little ones One of the most significant stereotypes that needs to be challenged is that little boys are in some way stronger and tougher than little girls. We need to also challenge the stereotype that says that little boys need to start practising how to be tough and how to [...]

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Lessons from a Preschooler: Time by Allan Hunter

Take time to let me see things. If I’m walking along and I get distracted by a pebble or a bottle cap it’s because I haven’t seen many of them, and they’re fascinating. I want to stop and look. Every flower is an adventure for me. So don’t hurry me along or drag me away. [...]

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Making Sense of Sensory Processing by Erin Kelly-Allshouse

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Kids in the Kitchen: Making Messes and Memories by April Tucker, MA, MBA

Peanut butter, Golden Grahams cereal, water, egg, hot chocolate and a Holly Hobby oven was all I needed to bake my dad a special homemade chocolate cake.  I was nine-years-old at the time and remember how kind my dad was as he choked down a heaping spoonful of the half-baked nearly inedible and visually undesirable [...]

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Preview: What Your Preschooler Learns by Playing by Dr. Caron Goode

Children learn by playing. Whether it be blocks, puzzles, or the creation of an imaginary world. Fun and games teach. Child development experts have targeted six specific areas that benefit from play. They are— Language development Small muscle development Large muscle development Emotional development Social development Mathematical thinking As your child’s first teacher, it is [...]

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