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November 30, 2017     Category: Rivalry Siblings

Sibling rivalry is real, yet can be managed.Whether one child or several - toddler, preschoolers or teens - sometimes it can be more of a competitive atmosphere than a harmonious one.Ever notice that whenever the word, sibling, is mentioned, it is often followed by the word, rivalry? Sibling refers to children who are related and living in the same family and problems with rivalry usually start right after the birth of the second child. This rivalry often continues throughout childhood and it can be very frustrating and stressful for parents. S...

October 01, 2017     Category: Teamwork GamesPreschool

Toddlers and TeamworkTeaching cooperation and teamwork to preschoolers helps pave the way to  harmonious and fulfilling relationships as they grow.Children come into this world as social creatures. As a child daycare and preschool in Jacksonville FL, we observe daily how children crave relationships and have a basic need to belong and feel wanted by others. We also know that cooperation is a key part of relating to others and developing meaningful relationships. Through cooperation, a child learns to respect others and to control impu...

May 22, 2017     Category: Early Childhood EducationGoalsValuesTeamwork Communication

Being a leader - is it ‘natural born’ or is it nurture? Several psychologists conclude it’s more 50/50. Coming from a strong leadership family will definitely have an effect on leadership encouragement, even for a most mild-mannered child. Leaders can be categorized into two different styles. There is the inspiring leader, who is a thoughtful listener and inspires others in a positive and encouraging manner. The other being a dominate leader, who leans towards a more bossy and rigid in viewpoint.Parents can often confuse their i...

April 09, 2017     Category: GoalsValuesPreparationTeachingChoicesLessons

What Really Motivates Kids?More often than not, it is a challenge to motivate our kids? Often we meet defeat in attempting to motivate them. It can be a debilitating process creating push-pull scenario resulting in a power struggle.Before letting it get the best of us as parent, we need to put the brakes on and ask ourselves, “What’s my child’s responsibility here? What is mine?” As a parent, our job is to hold our child accountable when their work isn’t getting done – this will teach him how the real world works. Real world ...