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2015
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Handwriting: Pencil vs. iPad

The debate over the importance of handwriting is looming, as technology is gaining momentum in classrooms and households all over the country. With the increased use of keyboarding and accessibility to information- thanks to the internet, why are students demonstrating increased difficulty learning and recalling important information? And why do more and more students seem […]

22Dec
2014
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Positional Plagiocephaly

Positional plagiocephaly. Flat head syndrome- due to positioning of the infant on the back for extended periods of time. With the back-to-sleep campaign that began in the early 1990s, many parents became afraid of placing a baby on his/her stomach- and left their infants on their back, in swings, and/or carseats. Has the increase in […]

14Oct
2014
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Creating a Crawler. Almost.

Creating a Crawler. Almost.

Nature vs. Nurture. You can’t always change nature, but you sure can nurture- offer tools to help your kiddo meet milestones and achieve success. My 6-month-old is crawling. Almost. Although he has been army crawling for over a week, yesterday he took four purposeful movements in quadruped position (on all fours!). My EtiKid(s) began kicking […]

24Aug
2014
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How To: Know When Your Infant is Ready to Sit Up

How To: Know When Your Infant is Ready to Sit Up

A question was recently posed to me by a mother, regarding the positioning of her child. While in daycare, her 3-month-old was seated upright in a Bumbo seat with toys placed on a tray in front of her. While many parents told her that it was ok to do so in order to prepare the infant for […]

28Oct
2013
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Raising My Advanced EtiKid

Raising My Advanced EtiKid

My son started crawling at 6 1/2 months and walking at 10 1/2 months. Although that is no small feat, I am even more excited (and proud!) that he is extremely social and loves to interact with other people. I am WELL aware that most of his abilities are due to nature (he was very […]

18Sep
2013
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Explaining Society’s Sad Face to Kids

Explaining Society’s Sad Face to Kids

In “Talking to kids about D.C. Navy Yard shootings a tough task for parents” on CNN.com, Kelly Wallace discusses the terrifying task of speaking to children after a well-publicized tragedy. The debate looms: to talk about it or not…  If my three cents are worth anything: consider your child. You are the parent and you know best… Buuuut, […]

23May
2012
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Teachable Moments

Teachable Moments

Social skills are the building blocks to a preschool education. While children may learn letters, numbers, shapes and even the beginning stages of reading, it is here that they develop the most important skill of all: social relations. Children learn these skills through observations of others, including parents, friends, and relatives. As children need frequent […]

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