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Connection to Exploration

The Path for Positive Social-Emotional Development All parents want their children to grow up confident in themselves and engaged in healthy relationships. The question is… how do we support our children to get there? Sometimes having more information about what...

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The Importance of Imaginative Play

Play is how children explore, communicate and learn about the world. So much of the time, we adults are insisting that children learn our ways of the world, but what would happen if we learned more about their ways? If...

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Express Emotions and Build Self-Esteem

Help your Child Express Emotions and Build Self-Esteem: Three phrases to help you set limits while allowing your child to express themselves. Children enter into this world with different temperaments and personalities, but they are also shaped by their environments. Whether...

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Helping Children Feel Safe & Secure

We all want our children to feel self-confident, but what can caregivers do to help children feel good about themselves? Well, it turns out, one of the biggest things caregivers can do, is provide their child with the opportunity to...

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4 Ways to Help Your Child Build Self-Esteem

Self-esteem refers to a person’s beliefs about their own value and worth. In early childhood, having positive self-esteem is critical as children begin to explore the world. They need confidence in themselves in order to explore new things.   So...

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Raising Our Future Leaders with Empathy

A new way, a new strong. Emotional Courage is about noticing and expressing your own feelings, and listening to others’ emotional expression, even when that’s hard to do. It stands in contrast to the old “tough guy” model, emerging as a new path...

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Connected Heart-to-Heart

NEW CREATURE! Otter supports Family Bonding… and there really couldn’t be a better time for family bonding, transition, and acceptance than now in this current environment. With so much change to family routines, this sweet Otter’s story reminds children that we...

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