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by Lauren Koppelman on March 26, 2019
How active and imaginative play encourages learning
by Lauren Koppelman on March 26, 2019
How do parents know if an educational environment is right for their child? Studies have shown that active, dramatic play is an integral part of early childhood learning. Parents need to determine whether a learning environment is conducive to develo... Read full article
by Boston Parents Paper on January 30, 2019
DIY Valentine’s Day Cards & Crafts
by Boston Parents Paper on January 30, 2019
Homemade Valentine's Day cards and crafts.... Read full article
Many excellent articles have been written about effective parenting for siblings. Always eager to cut to the chase, we asked families and pediatric providers to share what they had learned, their favorite “real-world” advice.... Read full article
by Katie Novak, Ed.D. on April 5, 2018
Raise Your Expectations of Your Child
by Katie Novak, Ed.D. on April 5, 2018
Why Growth Mindset Is the Most Important Measure of Success... Read full article
by Boston Parents Paper on February 5, 2018
10 Valentine’s Day Activities for Kids
by Boston Parents Paper on February 5, 2018
Celebrate with these Valentine’s Day DIY crafts, treats and fun ideas kids will love.... Read full article
on October 8, 2017
Help your child with ADHD or ADD succeed at home and in the classroom -- advice from parents and professionals.... Read full article
on October 7, 2017
12 Keys to Successful Breastfeeding... Read full article
on October 7, 2017
15 Tips to Keep Your Baby Safe at Home... Read full article
by Penny Warner on October 7, 2017
by Penny Warner on October 7, 2017
10 Creative Ways to Get Baby to Sleep... Read full article
by Lawrence J. Cohen, Ph.D. on October 7, 2017
by Lawrence J. Cohen, Ph.D. on October 7, 2017
For some people, parenting seems to come easily. They play, respond to children's needs, understand children's feelings and trust themselves. The rest of us need to work at it a bit more. But that's OK, we don't have to all be naturals. Each of us ca... Read full article
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