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Bullying in School – How to Handle Being Bullied

From William F McCuin Sr

High school students being bullied.

Bullying: Who Started It? The bus driver? The children riding the bus? Parents meeting the bus? Does it matter?

Really, as an adult ask yourself that question, and the answer is: it doesn’t matter, because the truest answer is: an adult started it. We teach […]

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The Gross Motor Learning Center

From Mary Beth Collins 

10 Good study habits to help your child succeed in the new school .

You have your preschool classroom all set up with all the learning centers: reading, fine motor, arts, science or discovery and dramatic play. You are not through yet. You still need to have a gross motor […]

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The Reading Learning Center

From Mary Beth Collins 

Age-by-Age Guide to Reading to Your Baby

When you are starting a preschool or daycare, you are going to set up different learning centers around your classroom. The learning centers are arts, dramatic play, fine motor, gross motor, discovery/science, reading and computer.

What goes into the reading or quiet learning center? […]

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Should I Put the Price in My Preschool Flyer?

From Mary Beth Collins

25 Beautiful Free & Paid Templates for Daycare

You are ready to sell your preschool to parents and their children! Do you want to spend hours with each parent trying to convince them that your preschool is the best or the one for them?

Do you want to explain every […]

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6 Tips to Market Your Preschool or Daycare

From Mary Beth Collins 

A daycare center cherished by parents — And by a company

I have been asked by many of my subscribers to give them ideas on how to grow their enrollments. So, I would like to give you a few pointers that can help in this area.

I will start with 6 […]

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Importance of a Tutor

From Mark J Walker 

Improving with tutor’s help

It is important to note that the job market is quite tough and tomorrow it is likely to be more difficult. This is so because employers are demanding high quality and educated workforce. A degree nowadays is the minimum requirement. If you have managerial aspirations then […]

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The Easiest Way To Teach Your Child To Ride A Bike!

From Darrin Mackenney 

Teaching Kids How to Ride a Bike | Beginner

We all remember the pleasure of learning to ride our very first bicycle. I recall it clearly as though it were yesterday. I believe I was around 5 years old and I remember feeling frustrated due to the fact that two […]

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