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Some Quiet

Posted: June 7th, 2012

Adapted from Mr. Rogers website article By Hedda Sharapan Finding some quiet on days when the house is full of young children isn’t always easy. Here are some ideas that can help: Quiet time – for the ears* Have you noticed that when the room is noisy, if you raise your voice level, the children...more

Supporting Success From The Start

Posted: November 17th, 2011

Every parent has hopes and dreams for their children. From the time they are born we see our children as full of potential, perfect little beings just waiting for their moments to shine. Whether a parent has distinct visions of what success looks like, or a vague sense of possibilities- one thing...more

UBC Finds More than 30% of Campbell River’s Children Vulnerable

Posted: January 31st, 2012

Researchers at UBC’s Human Early Learning Partnership find that over one third of Campbell River children enter Kindergarten not quite ready to learn*. These children may not know how to take turns or make friends. They may not be able to hold a pencil or listen as a story is read. They may not...more

Why are books important for babies?

Posted: February 7th, 2012

Because research on infant brain development tells us that a child's experience in the first three years of life directly impact later development and learning.  The baby's genetic heritage is important but equally important are baby's surroundings, care, stimulation and teaching. · At birth,...more

Why do Young Children Act Out

Posted: July 21st, 2011

Why do young children have temper tantrums? Why do they act out? Are they trying to manipulate you or run the household? There are many reasons why children act out, but it is not because they want to be rotten!A young child communicates through behaviour. He is trying to tell you something...more
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