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How Toddlers Can Benefit from Sports

Playing different types of sports is one of the activities that Anaheim Hills Montessori School promotes. After all, sports is beneficial to your toddlers in many ways. Sports helps encourage physical growth. Many sports activities require body movements. When your young ones move a lot, they get to put their different body systems to work. … Continue reading

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Techniques When Motivating Your Children

Youngsters usually have a keen interest in exploring their surroundings. Satisfying their curiosity is crucial for their early education. Motivating your children to explore and learn will help them develop essential skills that will be useful later on. How can you motivate your little ones? Here are some techniques: Let them set goals and plan … Continue reading

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Ways to Discipline Your Kids without Yelling (Part Two)

No doting parents start out wanting to scream at their children. However, somewhere along the journey of parenting, most moms and dads end up doing so. This is especially a standard practice for when preschoolers misbehave. But, as we’ve already mentioned in our previous blog post, yelling at your kids actually cause more damage than … Continue reading

Ways to Discipline Your Kids without Yelling (Part One)

A vast majority of parents yell at their children at some point or another. But for some parents, yelling can become a bad habit. According to an article posted in Very Well Family, researchers are consistent in concluding that yelling constitutes as one disciplinary strategy that actually worsens behavioral problems in kids instead of encouraging … Continue reading

Keeping Your Kids Physically Active

The importance of a healthy lifestyle cannot be emphasized enough. Fortunately, many factors can contribute to a healthy lifestyle for your family. Aside from a nutritious diet and quality sleep, your kids must also participate in physical activities. While many people think of physical activity in relation to a five-mile run or going to the … Continue reading

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Helping Your Kids Express How They Feel

From sadness to anger, to embarrassment, to happiness and frustration, children, even at a young age, are already acquainted with the same emotions that adults do. In spite of this, they oftentimes don’t have the words to express properly how they feel. More often than not, they express their emotions through their actions, which might … Continue reading

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