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Dive into the world of icebreakers! From fun games for the little ones to engaging challenges for older students, our post unveils activities that break the ice and foster classroom unity. Whether it’s your first day or mid-year, there’s always room for fun and connection. Check out our top picks for making every student feel valued and included.

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Planning the perfect play date can be stressful for parents and children alike. Figuring out logistics like where to have the play date, what activities to do, whether food should be included, how long it should last, and what rules should be followed can be overwhelming. But with just a minimum of effort you can be prepared for any occasion and plan the perfect play date for your kids.

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Most adults can remember at least one instance of bullying or exclusion they experienced as a child. For some, exclusion defined their lives, impacting how they learned to relate with others into adulthood. In an effort to keep their own children from becoming victims of bullying, these scarred adults inadvertently teach their children how to …

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Let’s face it, bedtime can be a challenge. Routine can help, but it’s not a fix-all. It never fails that your child, or children, will complain about having to stop whatever activity they’re involved in. Sometimes they’re overly tired and cranky. They may inexplicably develop a sudden aversion to the same toothpaste and toothbrush they’ve …

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School may not quite be starting yet, or maybe it is, depending on your area. But, school lunches have been a topic of increasing discussion over the years. Between food allergies, nutrition, childhood obesity, as well as feedback from students and parents, we’ve all started thinking a lot more about what our children are eating …

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In the beginning… As babies and toddlers, we, as parents, get to pick our kids’ friends. It’s cute at that age. There’s an abundance of cherubic smiles. There’s the melodic giggles that come from a child who is still at the age where they’re learning to crawl, then walk—both literally and metaphorically. There’s the adorable …

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