preschool

How to Address Bedtime Issues – Parents Article

Dr. Scott Turansky Before becoming a parent, you may have envisioned bedtime as the sweetest time of the day as you tucked in your little cherubs, kissed them on their foreheads, and watched them peacefully drift off to sleep. Then you had kids! What happened? The reality is that bedtime is usually when tiredness and selfishness peak (sometimes for parents as well as children). Some children produce quite a struggle at bedtime, making the last few minutes of the day…

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How to Build Cooperation In Your Kids – Parents Article

Dr. Scott Turansky “It’s a battle every time I give my child an instruction. We have things to do and many of those things are for her, but she resists or has a bad attitude, or is even defiant sometimes.” If any of those words characterize your child, then there is some work to be done. Children who can’t give up their agenda without a dialogue are building negative patterns that will haunt them in the future, not just now.…

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Live Webinar on Anxiety in Children and Young People with Dr. Scott Turansky – Parents Article

Anxiety is challenging for anyone, and children and young people need solutions to help them address it. Too often children are faced with pressures that exceed their developmental abilities. They need training, comfort, and care. The current challenges they are experiencing can provide them with opportunities to develop life-long solutions. Everyone must have a plan for addressing anxiety, worry, and fear in their lives. On April 30, 2020 Dr Scott Turansky offered a live webinar, with an hour of teaching…

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Picky Eaters – Positive Solutions – Parents Article

Dr. Scott Turansky What children eat is important. A balanced diet can be foundational for healthy growth and development. It’s no wonder parents are concerned with what their kids eat. Unfortunately, too much focus on diet can contribute to anxiety surrounding eating and food choices. A careful balance is important. Instead of nagging kids about their food choices, it’s often best to provide healthy meals and snacks and minimize unhealthy options. If you provide apple slices with cinnamon or carrot…

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Preschool Readiness and The Importance of Play-Based Learning – Parents Article

When working with parents, I am often asked: “Is my toddler ‘ready’ for a preschool?” The next question that follows is: “Will it help or hurt my child in any way?” Every child is different, but research into early childhood shows that even a few hours a week in an intentionally prepared environment with age-based peers can help build the skills that children will need to be successful. Some parents find it overwhelming to pick a preschool or child center.…

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Early Learning Worksheets Every Mom Of Little’s Will Love! – Single Mum, Parents Article

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Walker's School Pictures 2017 – Parenting Twins Article

These pictures stole my heart! Loved how they captured this sweet boy!! I wanted to buy Jack Henry and Hadley’s packages too but it would have been crazy expensive to buy all three kids so we went with Walker’s package since all of the siblings together were included in his. This was the only year they all three will be in preschool together and it captures the end of the season of “just the three of them.” I love my…

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The First Day of School – Parenting Twins Article

I’ve been feeling somewhat overwhelmed as of late at how BIG my BABIES are.  My A is getting pretty close to my shoulder!  And my B, while not as tall, is looking so grown-up with her shorter hair.After snapping this adorable picture of the girls holding hands walking into school a couple of weeks ago…Heading off to second grade! …I knew I had a “match” from a few years ago.  Honestly, though, I couldn’t bring myself to dig it up…

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