Play therapy – 6 things parents shouldn’t do

  6 things not to do when your child goes for play therapy There are quite a few articles out there with helpful hints on what to do when your child goes for play therapy, but what must you not do?  Here are a few helpful tips or things to avoid when your child goes […]

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How to listen to your child

How to listen to your child “Listen earnestly to anything your children want to tell you…no matter what. If you don’t listen eagerly to the little stuff when they are little, they won’t tell you the big stuff when they are big. Because, to them, all of it has always been big stuff.” ~ Catherine. […]

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My favourite educational games

There is a virtually endless list of educational games and products available on the market which, collectively focus on pretty much every aspect of education and learning imaginable.  But in this post I want to invite you to explore the educational benefits of some common games which are either completely free or generally available in […]

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Two quick tips to curb impulsivity

  A common complaint from teachers and parents is that their children act impulsively, often shouting out answers before thinking the problem through or starting a task before they instructions had been given in full.  This impulsivity may cause them to be disruptive in a classroom environment and take making seemingly “careless” mistakes during tests […]

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