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  • 6 Ways To Help Your Preschooler Use Words When They’re Feeling Big Emotions

    The emotions and feelings preschoolers have are big and real and, sometimes, scary for them to process. Preschoolers often act out physically because they either lack the ability to speak clearly or effectively or they don’t yet have the vocabulary to express how they feel. Helping children to process and explain their emotions is where […]

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  • LinkedIn Has Added Stay-At-Home As A Job Title

    Stay-at-home parents are missing resume dates due to time away from the workforce. Not anymore, thanks to LinkedIn A New Job Title LinkedIn has added ‘stay-at-home’ as a job title that has moms, dads, and caregivers rejoicing. It is an imperative section to the stay-at-home caregiver’s resume to be able to list their time at […]

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  • In-Person and Online Preschool: A Perfect Pair For Successful Early Education

    Benefits of in-person and online preschool TOGETHER In-person and Online preschool helps develop and prepare your child for the world ahead of them. Thousands of families are successfully utilizing both programs together.  Continued routine for children on days they are not attending school in-person (this is SO important!). Fun activities to participate in at home. […]

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  • Parenting Tips: How to Support Your Children as They Grow Up

    Photo via Rawpixel Throughout their lives, our children will benefit from the encouragement and guidance we provide when they are young. Good support can give your kids the tools they need to cope with the changing world around them as they grow up and venture out on their own. However, knowing the best ways to […]

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  • Working At Home During The Pandemic With A Preschool Child

    How one Growing Brilliant family is navigating working at home during the Covid-19 pandemic with a preschool child   We understand and know first-hand how difficult this past year has been. We are all working together to make this situation a little better. Let’s be honest, it can be challenging to juggle a career, children, family, […]

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  • Working from Home with Young Children

    Effective Schedule and Activities for Your Toddler and Preschool-Age Children Working from home has become the new normal now, with the outbreak of the global COVID-19 pandemic changing our way of life, not only for the meantime but possibly from here on out. This means that with public schools closed, businesses closed, and preschools limited, […]

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  • 4 Tips For A Successful Nighttime Routine

      4 Tips for a successful nighttime routine Nighttimes can be tough; for parents and preschool-age children alike. Kids find it so unfair that they’re sent to bed earlier than everyone else. Why should they miss out on all the fun?! Or they might be too excited to sleep. Or they might be scared. In […]

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  • Children Learn Through Caring for Animals

    Infants Toddlers and Preschoolers Learn a Lot Through Animal Care Children attending Growing Brilliant don’t need experts to tell them that having pets at school is a wonderful thing. Their smiles and laughter when interacting with the pets we have in each classroom at our preschool academy lets us know that they love having their […]

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  • Reading With Your Child Is Beneficial

    Read with Your Child Ages Infant, Toddler or Preschool! One simple activity, many developmental benefits. Reading is one activity with many benefits to foster a child’s early development. When you spend time reading to/with your child, you are doing so much more than teaching them about the information in that particular book. Here is a […]

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  • 4 Benefits of Taking Your Child to Parent Participation Classes!

    Mommy and Me Classes. Daddy and Me Classes. Parent Participation Classes     Parents want to give their child the best start in life and know that the time they spend with them is crucial to their development. Sometimes, however, they feel the need to look outside of their own home environment for stimulating activities […]

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