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by Carole Kramer Arsenault on October 28, 2021
How do you teach your children to be more mindful?
by Carole Kramer Arsenault on October 28, 2021
One of the most popular questions we get asked is can mindfulness even be taught? The short answer, yes. There are many techniques parents and childcare providers can teach children how to be more self-aware in the present moment. ... Read full article
by Mira Browne on April 16, 2020
Help! We’re Getting on Each Other’s Nerves
by Mira Browne on April 16, 2020
I’ll admit it. I’ve had a few days in the last month when I’ve lost it. I’ve been stuck in this house with my husband and my two boys. I love them with all my heart, but our togetherness is unrelenting, and there are moments when we’re having conflic... Read full article
by Courtney Dickinson on April 15, 2020
by Courtney Dickinson on April 15, 2020
In this era of remote schooling, there are new tech platform norms and social coaching advice that we, as parents and educators, need to expressly spell out for our children. Framing and coaching how students can engage productively... Read full article
by Beth Dinelli, M.Ed. on April 15, 2020
Building a Strong Foundation for Reading Success in Young Children
by Beth Dinelli, M.Ed. on April 15, 2020
As an educator that specializes in teaching students with learning differences I am often asked by parents of young children, “How can I ensure that my child will be a successful reader and speller?” While a number of factors play a role in this... Read full article
by Ron Ferguson on April 15, 2020
by Ron Ferguson on April 15, 2020
Beginning before birth, then extending through the early elementary years, the human brain is in a condition called “developmental plasticity.” Feelings of emotional security and experiences of back-and-forth interactions with other people affect how... Read full article
by Cheryl Maguire on April 1, 2020
Expert Advice on How to Talk to Your Kids About the Coronavirus
by Cheryl Maguire on April 1, 2020
These are some of the questions and comments I’ve heard from my three kids over the past week. Given the recent school closures, lack of toilet paper and bombarding messages about handwashing, it is understandable why kids may feel confused or scared... 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 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
by Emma Kandrac on October 30, 2016
5 Tips for Starting a Small Business While Keeping Your Day Job
by Emma Kandrac on October 30, 2016
Have you ever wanted to be your own boss? Better Business Bureau Serving Eastern Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island & Vermont (BBB) offers tips to hold onto your day job while becoming an entrepreneur. ... Read full article
by Boston Parents Paper on June 28, 2016
Top 5 Dentists in Massachusetts in 2016
by Boston Parents Paper on June 28, 2016
When searching for a dentist for your child, you’ll want to do your research to make the best choice. Our readers have done that job for you with this list of top area professionals.... Read full article
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