Communication with Toddlers is Win-Win-Win

October 10, 2013 Connecting with Children 0 Comments

“Boo” is a communication that has special meaning to me. Communication happens at all ages. We do it in different ways, with different gestures, words, sounds, whole body language. Listening to the cues and clues with those who don’t speak exactly the way we do is such a gift in

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Building Superkid Power with Simple Fun Measures

October 4, 2013 Superkid Power 0 Comments

It’s a fun adventure to stir cooking food! Things that we take for granted are pure excitement for toddlers. Letting 23 month old Claire join in with a wooden spoon she could manage with her little hand kept her focused and happy. It is nothing short of an experiential lesson

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Creative Outlets can Reduce Bullying, Boredom and Bad Moods

September 24, 2013 Bullying 0 Comments

Brain-light fun! When kids get to explore new things, be creative and have fun, one wonders how this impacts the persons they become in later life. My grandies love going to Kidtime where the imagination runs in all directions. Took them yesterday and so enjoy witnessing their adventures with building

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Prioritizing Children Empowers Them

September 20, 2013 Early Prevention 0 Comments

It would be fun to be a gazillionaire and fund a program like KIDTIME in every city for young children. From pretend play to a music lesson today to a science project that uses a vacuum like suction to send golf-size balls up a tube all around the ceiling and

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