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  • 5 New Year's Resolutions Every Parent Should Make
    5 New Year's Resolutions Every Parent Should Make

    Your 2014 resolutions don’t just have to focus on dieting and exercise; you can set valuable intentions for your parenting too. Your resolutions for the coming year shouldn’t be vague promises to ‘spend more time with the kids’, but attainable, realistic ...

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  • Holiday Cooking Class
    Holiday Cooking Class

    Teaching your students to cook is a valuable life skill to pass on and a great family fun activity. Gingerbread people are a holiday tradition that helps your student to learn to bake, measure and follow written instructions while giving them the ...

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  • 10 Best Holiday Reads for Elementary School Students
    10 Best Holiday Reads for Elementary School Students

    When your students are in elementary school, one of the best gifts you can give them is a desire to read. Reading books adds to your cache of general knowledge, improves your vocabulary and spelling and encourages great communication. Learning to read ...

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  • Best Holiday Reads for Teens
    Best Holiday Reads for Teens

    Are you looking to get your teen into reading? Holiday reads make great stocking stuffers and help to keep your students busy and brainy over the festive break. The key to getting students hooked on books is to find the genre that suits them best. Try ...

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  • Simple Strategies for Encouraging Shy Students
    Simple Strategies for Encouraging Shy Students

    Shyness is a complex emotion that is sometimes difficult to understand. What’s important to remember is that it usually elicits feelings of anxiety, fear, embarrassment, apprehension and tension in your student. Being confrontational only exacerbates the ...

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