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  • 7 Toddler Behaviors Decoded

    September 17, 2017 admin
    7 Toddler Behaviors Decoded
    7 Toddler Behaviors Decoded Sometimes, navigating my toddler’s behavior feels like a navigating a minefield. One wrong move, and the meltdown begins. Note: Every move is a wrong move. Even though my education and career have focused on supporting parent-child relationships, there is nothing like having my own children to make me feel totally incompetent when the screaming won’t stop. I find myself losing patience and saying things I never in a million years thought would come out of my mouth. I know better, but there are times when I just can’t seem to apply any of my knowledge amidst the intensity of the moment. Of course, I am super skilled at correcting my husband when he says these things-- So that I don’t feel too alone, I have taken a brief survey of some teachers, parents, and social workers about the baffling toddler behaviors they have encountered. Now, in a rare calm moment, I will attempt to shed some... Read More...
  • Technology and Children: When Does It Become Too Much?

    September 17, 2017 admin
    Technology and Children: When Does It Become Too Much?
    Technology and Children: When Does It Become Too Much? Technology can be a parent’s best friend as well as worst nightmare. The ever-changing world of technology features, products, apps and software has changed so many things that we as a society know and use. Many parents can remember what life was life when typing was completed on a typewriter and using the computer was something you only did in college while researching your dissertation. Millennials and millennial parents were introduced to technology in their youth and have grown up using and learning it but never becoming dependant on it as a child. Only into our current state have we as adults seen such an influx in the use of technology, advancing almost every aspect of our lives faster than we can even catch up. Flash forward to our children in today’s society and technology has a whole new grasp on their lives - in every single aspect. From education to... Read More...

    September 14, 2017 admin
    FREE BEAR ACTIVITY BOOK DOWNLOAD Bears have a unique status in pop culture: not quite as cuddly as dogs or cats, not quite as dangerous as wolves or mountain lions, but still fascinating enough to be considered objects of fear, admiration and even envy. Have Fun! Ms. Beth Read More...
  • Caterpillar’s and Butterflies

    September 13, 2017 admin
    Caterpillar’s and Butterflies
    Caterpillar's and Butterflies A butterfly starts life as a very small, round, oval or cylindrical egg. The coolest thing about butterfly eggs, especially monarch butterfly eggs, is that if you look close enough you can actually see the tiny caterpillar growing inside of it. Some butterfly eggs may be round, some oval and some may be ribbed while others may have other features. The egg shape depends on the type of butterfly that laid the egg. Butterfly eggs are usually laid on the leaves of plants, so if you are actively searching for these very tiny eggs, you will have to take some time and examine quite a few leaves in order to find some. Have Fun! Ms. Beth Read More...
  • Apple Activity Crafts and Worksheets

    September 11, 2017 admin
    Apple Activity Crafts and Worksheets
    Apple Activity Crafts and Worksheets I love this time of year! The leaves begin to change color and the air is crisp. It's that special time when we pick apples off the tree and start placing pumpkins on our front porches. Our "Apple Activity Book" gives hours of enjoyment and is filled with fun, engaging crafts and worksheets to do at home or in the classroom. Have Fun! Ms. Beth Read More...
  • The Kissing Hand Story and Crafts

    August 31, 2017 admin
    The Kissing Hand Story and Crafts
    The Kissing Hand Story and Crafts It's that time of year when we buy our kids new school clothes, back packs and get ready to head back to school. Since I have been teaching for over 30 years I am well prepared for that first and second week of school and the curriculum and activities I use to engage and educate my students. One of my favorites books to read is the Kissing Hand. School is starting in the forest, but Chester Raccoon does not want to go. To help ease Chester's fears, Mrs. Raccoon shares a family secret called the Kissing Hand to give him the reassurance of her love any time his world feels a little scary. Here are some fun crafts to go along with the story, The Kissing Hand. First Day of School Book I Love You Hand Hand and Heart Math Raccoon Mask Hugging Raccoon Have a Great New School... Read More...
  • Essential Oils Reduces Stress and Anxiety In Children

    August 31, 2017 admin
    Essential Oils Reduces Stress and Anxiety In Children
    Essential Oils Reduces Stress and Anxiety In Children Essential Oils have been found to be highly beneficial for children. In todays society, children have become victim to more and more anxiety, stress and hyperactivity. Sometimes we as parents feel very helpless when we see a child in distress. We are always too quick to run to the doctors or psychologists to get medicine that sometimes make things worse-- There are natural ways to treat anxiety and stress. Essential oils are all natural and come from plants, flowers, trees, bark, and more. Sometimes anxiety occurs as a result of feeling overwhelmed and emotionally tapped out. A busy schedule and the stresses of daily life (even for a child) can also make it difficult to relax. Essential oils can calm or stimulate, help loosen congestion, clear infection, sooth coughs, sore throat and stomach upsets, and lowers temperatures, relaxes and induces sleep. Recommended oils can be used in a vaporizer for babies and... Read More...
  • How to get Babies/Toddlers to Sleep: Techniques That Really Work

    August 31, 2017 admin
    How to get Babies/Toddlers to Sleep: Techniques That Really Work
    Everything is a Phase, Part 1: Sleep Parenting is full of truly terrifying moments. Google any day-to-day parenting concern, however, and you will find countless pages of fear where it does not belong. Nowhere is this fear-mongering more present than in the realm of baby/toddler/preschooler sleep. If you rock your baby to sleep, you’ll be doing it forever. If you snuggle your toddler to sleep, you’ll be doing it forever. If you let your child climb into bed with you in the middle of the night, you’ll be doing it forever. The truth? You won’t be doing ANYTHING forever. Every child is different. Your child may resist changes at times, but the resistance is temporary, and a new phase will always come along. I wrote about my experience with baby sleep and following Beatrice’s lead on my blog when she was about 9 months old ( At the end of that blog post, I was trying to decide whether we... Read More...

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