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Kindergarten Readiness Checklist

Whether your kid is excited to start kindergarten, or a little apprehensive, we've listed some skills to help you both get on the right track.

Preschool Milestones (3 to 5 Years): What to Watch For

Before you know it, your sweet little babe is a preschooler (honestly, it’s going to feel like it happened overnight). This age is so fun, and you’re about to watch your toddler really come into their own on their personality. Here are some of the milestones to look for, as your child moves into this next phase of growth and development.

What You Need to Know About Precocious Puberty

Precocious puberty is a medical condition in which kids mature earlier than normal.

Selective mutism: How to encourage verbal interaction

Is your child "so shy" that they won't even speak? It may be selective mutism.

Is Your Child Gifted?

It usually means really smart, but as parents of gifted children know, the label can also mean years of working with schools to meet a child’s educational needs.

3 proven ways to set your daughter up for success

How you can feel confident you’re raising a confident girl.

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How to prepare them to bathe alone

Get those cute bath pics in now—one day soon they’ll be asking for privacy. Here’s how to get them ready and keep them safe. 

Why it’s ok if your child is a late learner

Some kids just don’t show interest in learning letters, colours and shapes.

Is forming “cliques” at a young age a bad thing for children?

The important thing to ensure as parents is that your children are in healthy peer groups.

Tips for raising a multilingual child

If you’re concerned that exposing your children to multiple languages as toddlers will affect their speech or comprehension when starting school, don’t worry.

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