New and old friendships: How early do they begin?

      Friendships start at a very early age and its all in the proof of a picture. Approximately 53% of infants spend at least 10 hours a day with a childcare provider and other children. This is where the bonding begins. In my years of teaching young children, I have learned that friendships […]

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10 Questions Not to Ask

A rhetorical question is usually defined as any question that is asked for a purpose other than to obtain information that the question asks. These questions are usually meant to belittle or embarrass someone in a sarcastic way. The first time I realized asking rhetorical questions did nothing but hinder a difficult situation was about […]

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Say “No” to the Summer Slide

When you read that title I bet you were thinking “but what’s wrong with going down a slide during the summer?” Well, for school-aged children the “summer slide” is more than just something you can find on the playground. The summer slide is when students fall behind grade level because they are not stimulated to […]

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