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Exploring Health and Safety Through Better Behaviour

Exploring Health and Safety Through Better Behaviour

If your kids are bouncing around in the library, munching on dirt and candy 24/7, or even bossing friends and siblings around, you may be looking for an accessible way to discuss appropriate behaviours. We have the solution for you: the Better Behaviour series by PJ Wright. Each of the 12 little books (complete with

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Learning about Learning Disabilities

Learning about Learning Disabilities

Everyone knows we don’t all learn the same way. But some children, especially those with learning disabilities, need more support. How do you know if your child has a learning disability? PJ: Screening young children for developmental delays though a pediatrician or another child early years professional is the most recommended way to know if

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6 Tricks to Help Your Child Learn

6 Tricks to Help Your Child Learn

After a discussion with clinical psychologist Carolyn Cavanaugh, we would like to offer you these six tricks for helping your kids learn. MAKE SURE YOUR CHILD’S NEEDS ARE MET We know… this may sound silly and you’re thinking duh! But this is so much more important than you think. Making sure their needs are met

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Get Your Kids Excited about Reading

Get Your Kids Excited about Reading

For many of us, getting a child excited about learning isn’t always easy. This customizable reading chart is a great way to make reading time more fun and engaging for you and your little reader. Below we have outlined some simple ideas to creating a fun and easy reading chart to help your child look

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Observing Canada Day 2021 Differently

Observing Canada Day 2021 Differently

215. 751. As more and more unmarked graves are being recovered, the true horror of Canada’s residential schools is entering the collective consciousness. Of course, Indigenous communities across Turtle Island are not surprised by these numbers—they have lived through the tragedy of these missing children for generations. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission states that between

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