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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas. All opinions are 100% mine. If you have a preschooler, you know that it’s important to teach leadership at a young age. It’s a skill they’ll need to possess, from day one all the way through the rest of… Continue reading 4 Easy Ways to Teach Leadership to Preschoolers
This post is sponsored by CareNow and SHE Media. First, let me be very clear: I am not a doctor. And I’m not dispensing medical advice. I’m telling you some of the 5 Unusual Signs Your Kid Needs to See a Doctor Fast that I have had personally experienced in the short time I’ve been… Continue reading 5 Unusual Signs Your Kid Needs to See a Doctor Fast
I’ve come up with 5 Easy Activities to Foster Empathy in Preschoolers because I feel this is an important skill even small children need to practice so they can grow up into the world’s changemakers of tomorrow. And you know what inspired me to share this? T-Mobile’s Changemaker Challenge with their partner, Ashokha. Well, first,… Continue reading 5 Easy Activities to Foster Empathy in Preschoolers
These 20 mistakes parents make with arts, crafts, and STEM activities are easily correctable and, frankly, part of why parents hate doing these activities so much. Yes, we know arts, crafts, and especially STEM activities are great for our child’s development both academically and socially. It doesn’t matter how much good research we have found about… Continue reading 20 Reasons Parents Hate Arts, Crafts, and STEM Activities