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    Meditation VS Detention

    Mindfulness & meditation are buzzwords becoming more and more popular in school settings, especi...


Yoga in Daycares – Getting Started


The practice of Yoga has been slowly sneaking into daycare curricula all over the world, with a dramatic increase in the last few years. For the uninitiated among us, yoga is an exercise that uses stretching and regulated breathing to unite the mind, body and spirit. The concentration exercises give ... Read More »

Snow-filled Winter Activities


Last week we shared some play ideas for kids in cities and towns without any snow. This week we’re turning the tables around and sharing some fun games for those of us with more snow than you can shake a shovel at. Check out these fun activities for your next ... Read More »

Snow-less Winter Activities


We can’t figure out if it’s a blessing or not, but some of us have barely had any snow this winter. With that, many families are wondering how to convince kids to get some fresh air and exercise without any igloos to construct or snowmen to build. Check out our ... Read More »

From the Experts: Air Quality Control for Kids at Bedtime


Coughs, colds, nosebleeds and dry mouth. Don’t you just love winter? With the perks of central heating come the downfalls of stale, dry air. Some kids even find it difficult to get through the night. Here are some tips for adults and kids alike to get through the next couple ... Read More »

Redirecting Toddlers’ Violent Impulses


Being on the receiving end of a whack from a toddler can hurt more than you’d think. An unfortunate truth that most caregivers are aware of. That’s because toddlers, especially between the ages of 1 and 2 throw out punches for a multitude of behavioral reasons. It could be because ... Read More »