School Aged Development

What is dehydration?

What is a dehydration? Dehydration is when a kiddo loses more fluid than they take in. Common cause of kiddos dehydration: Children can get dehydrated…...

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Knowledge is Power – Fever

What is a fever? The CDC defines a fever as a body temperature of 100.4 °F [38 °C] or higher. It is important to remember…...

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 Ten medication safety tips

  Ten medication safety tips:  Only give medications that are specifically indicated for your child's weight and age.  Always use a measuring device that will promote the…...

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Ten tips to help your kiddo successfully take medication

Ten tips to help your kiddo successfully take medication:  Be patient and positive. Your child will feed off of your attitude. If you are stressed, anxious,…...

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lead, guide, walk beside your kiddo with love

As our littles grow, develop, and learn they are going to make mistakes. As parents we are learning, growing, and making mistakes. It is important to be patient…...

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Behavior School Age {5-12 years}  

School-age children understand right from wrong. They also know what behaviors are expected of them, and can identify how to behave in different settings. For example, children understand how…...

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Discipline Techniques

As you identify behaviors that you wish to change, it is ideal to focus on 1 behavior at a time. Working to correct too many behaviors at once…...

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play {school-age} 

Our school-age kiddos naturally have a need to develop the concept of industry as they gain the virtue of competency. During this phase children learn to master independent academic…...

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learning play {stay at home friendly}

Research shows that littles learn best through play. Sensory play builds nerve connections in the brain’s pathways. As you incorporate sensory play, your children gain the ability…...

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styles of {play}

solitary play  A type of play that is one-sided, children play alone and are not interested in playing with others. Characteristic of the infant and early toddler development…...

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