Preschool Blog

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Kellie Anderson

While in the throes of busy days with young children what we need are practical tips, so we can enjoy these days instead of wishing them away. Here are three things that helped us feel less frenetic while we managed life with a large family.

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Karen Blankenbeckler, V.P. for Academic Affairs

In this quickly changing world, we need innovators more than ever. We need people who are creative problem solvers and adaptable collaborators. How do we develop those abilities in our young children? Three key areas parents and educators of young children can focus on to create innovators.

Read More about Developing Innovators in the Early Childhood Years
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Kellie Anderson

As a parent, empathy is perhaps the most critical skill you can develop in your child. It not only transforms us as adults, being in good connection with, and communication of, our own emotions, it also helps our children develop a good vocabulary associated with their emotions.

Read More about Empathy: The Foundation of Effective Parenting Part Two


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