OAD Week of Oct. 26

“Remember that the most important thing is not your child’s behavior. The most important thing is your child. Look beyond behavior and connect with your child.” -Issa Waters A post-conferences blog post! I truly enjoyed getting...

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week of October 19-20

Dear Younger Part Time Families,   There is a lot going on right now. The changes in your daily routines my impact your children. As parents ourselves, we know this is so difficult and heavy. We feel it. We get it. We wanted to share some...

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Week 8 – Closure

Dear OPT Parents, There is a lot going on right now. As parents ourselves, we know this is so difficult and heavy. We feel it. We get it. We wanted to share some tips that hopefully will help you and your family through this trying time. Try to...

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OAD Week of Oct. 19

“Feeling heard and understood allows children to release the feelings, let go, and move on.” -Janet Lansbury I know I said this week would be part two of Social Relationships (don’t worry, we will get to that!), but I feel like...

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OPT – Week 7

  Hi there parents! Can you believe it’s week 7 already?! It has been so fun getting to know each child. We’re really seeing their personalities shine and their connections with each other are starting to deepen. The children are getting...

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YAD October 12th-16th

Reminders: As the mornings are beginning to get colder we wanted to send another reminder about the importance of weather appropriate clothing. We go outside for extended periods of time and when children are warm and comfortable they are more...

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OAD Week of Oct. 12

“While playing, children work through conflicts with objects, other children, and adults. Play provides an outlet for curiosity, information about the physical world, and a safe way to deal with anxiety and social relationships. In the long...

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Younger Primes

 It is very normal for young children to experience strong emotions when faced with the idea of sharing or taking turns. If you think about it, in the adult world most of us have our own things. We have our own phones, blouses, golf...

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