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Aug 3
Aug 3

3 Ways to Use Books to Teach Kids About Inclusion

With Children’s Book Illustrator Holly Hatam  As parents, it’s our responsibility to consciously incorporate strategies to help our kids learn to be inclusive of those who are different to us, whether it’s evident in skin tone, religion, physical ability or otherwise. Books can be a wonderful tool to facilitate conversations about differences with your kids […]

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Jul 11
Jul 11

5 Ways to Raise Anti-Racist Kids

With A. Rochaun Meadows-Fernandez Trying to approach the topic of race and racism with your kids can potentially feel awkward, and as parents, we may worry we’ll say the wrong thing. It’s possible too, that we may want to protect our kids from feeling angry or guilty. But it’s essential to work through that discomfort […]

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Jul 12
Jul 12

3 Ways Playtime Improves Children’s Health

With Stacey Marko, Playworker Playing is definitely one of the best things about childhood, and it offers so much joy and fun to little ones. Far more than just a great way to bring more laughter and smiles, playtime is actually crucial in enriching children’s brains, bodies, and whole selves. As parents, it’s encouraging to […]

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Jul 12
Jul 12

5 Benefits of Playtime for Kids

With Anita Grant, Chair of Play England   As childhood memories go, oftentimes some of the most cherished moments are the ones in which we played freely. Getting to be imaginative, uninhibited and energetic are fantastic elements of being a kid. But as parents, we may not fully appreciate all of the actual benefits that playtime […]

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Jul 12
Jul 12

5 Ways Playing Helps Children’s Development

With Ronnie McQueen, a Playwork at The Yard  Every child loves playing, and in addition to being fun and active, it can help to build lifelong skills. From pretend play, social play, independent play, to sports play — kids need a variety of playtime to fully develop as functioning people. We spoke to Ronnie McQueen, […]

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Jul 17
Jul 17

Playtime: 7 Things Parents Should Know

With Ronnie McQueen, Playworker at The Yard  Playing is such an intrinsic part of childhood that it’s impossible to imagine one without the other. To be a child is to be playful, and when kids play, they thrive. Parents know that when our kids get free play, they become happy and vibrant. Although we may […]

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Jun 18
Jun 18

10 Things You Should Know About Bullying

With Dr. Angharad Rudkin, Psychologist and Author Unfortunately, we cannot escape bullies in this world. Mean-spirited people will always exist, and although we can’t magically make this issue disappear, we can give our kids tools on how to handle these uncomfortable experiences. When kids get picked on, it can often feel like there’s nothing they […]

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Jun 17
Jun 17

FREE Videos and Games about Bravery

Being brave doesn’t always feel the way we might think it should. Bravery can sometimes sit like a ball of nerves in your stomach, and it can seem like the hardest thing ever. But being brave is about stepping out of your comfort zones and facing your fears, even when you’re really scared. We’ve rounded […]

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Jun 15
Jun 15

Strategies for Handling Lying

With Dr. Angharad Rudkin, Child Clinical Psychologist and Author  While honesty is an admirable trait, it’s human to be imperfect, which includes not always living up to the most desirable standards. The truth is, everyone bends the truth. Nearly all children will omit details, exaggerate, or tell untruths at some point, and it can be […]

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Jun 15
Jun 15

Nutritious Foods to Feed Your Kids

With Lucinda Miller, Naturopath and Author  Although dealing with staying at home has had its own major stresses, one of the benefits has been just that: being at home more, which means we’ve been given an opportunity to experiment more in the kitchen. We’ve gained back the time we’d have otherwise spent commuting to work […]

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