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30Jul
2020
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Simple Sensory Activities

These simple sensory activities are sure to give the kids hours and hours of playful learning. I know it is hard because we are not in class together but I wanted to share some of my favorite sensory activities that you can do at home with an adult’s help! The focus here is on SIMPLE […]

30Jul
2020
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How to keep Active and Engaged at Home

Elementary at Home: How to keep Active and Engaged at Home Students are currently experiencing something brand new, a way of education that has been a learning experience for students, teachers, and parents alike. However in the midst of all the confusion as a community we are blessed that this time has encouraged individuals to […]

14Jun
2020
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Childproofing Your Home

12 Safety Devices To Protect Your Children2 Each year, children are injured by hazards in and around the home. The good news is that the risk of injury can be reduced or prevented by using child-safety devices and reminding older children in the house to re-secure safety devices after disabling them. Most of these safety […]

14Jun
2020
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10 Bedwetting Facts Parents Should Know

Bedwetting is a Medical Condition Bedwetting is not an abnormality of the urinary track. It’s called “enuresis” in medical term. Primary enuresis is where a child has never been dry and secondary enuresis is where a child has been dry but starts bed “Nocturnal enuresis” or “night wetting.” Also refers to bedwetting because it occurs […]

14Jun
2020
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Exercise: How Much Physical Activity is a Healthy Amount?

(2-5 years) There is not a specific recommendation for the number of minutes young children should be active each day. Children ages 2-5 years should play actively several times each day. Their activity may happen in short bursts of time and not be all at once. Physical activities for young children should be developmentally-appropriate, fun, […]

02Jun
2020
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Snack Tips for Parents

10 Tips for healthy snacking Save time by slicing veggies Store sliced vegetables in the refrigerator and serve with dips like hummus or low-fat dressing. Top half a whole-wheat English muffin with spaghetti sauce, chopped vegetables, and low-fat shredded mozzarella and melt in the microwave. Mix it up For older school-age kids, mix dried fruit, […]