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10 Ways to Connect With Your Child in 5 Minutes or Less
03/20/2017

Many parents work hard to practice mindfulness, but with the hustle of everyday life along with extracurricular activities, dinnertime and the occasional sibling spats, keeping a calm, approachable, mindful attitude can prove challenging for even the most well-meaning parent. We’re only human, after all. And we’re all staying pretty busy…

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Take Our Summer Camp Survey!
03/17/2017

Would you rather see Simone Biles as your child's camp counselor, or Lady Gaga? We're sharing a fun survey to gain new insights about how you make decisions regarding the summer camp your child attends. Please take a moment to help us learn more about your family's summer camp research and…

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Learning Through Play at Kiddie Academy
03/17/2017

The early years are the most critically important in shaping learning and development for young children. This April, the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), an early childhood education association and accreditor, will focus attention on the importance of quality education for young children with their annual…

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New Kiddie Academy® Breaks Ground
03/06/2017

Tymeka and Mewelde Moore celebrated the groundbreaking of Kiddie Academy of Clear Lake on February 13, 2017. The 12,000 square-foot academy will be licensed to accommodate 221 children ages 6 weeks to 12 years and is scheduled to open later this summer. "In the near future, we look forward to…

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Kiddie Academy of Midlothian, VA now open
02/22/2017

The Kiddie Academy of Midlothian is now open and accepting enrollments in the Richmond, VA region serving families and children 6 weeks to 12 years old. The 8,000+ square foot building has a capacity for 137 children and the school will utilize Kiddie Academy’s proprietary Life Essentials® curriculum created to…

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Teaching Your Child Perseverance
02/20/2017

A week ago at my son’s hockey practice (he’s five), I witnessed an older boy (around 10) come off the ice and meet his dad who promptly directed him to sit on the bleachers so they could take his equipment off and go home (pretty standard practice). After the long…

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How to Learn STEM With Leftover Candy Hearts
02/15/2017

Some people buy conversation candy hearts because they’re a Valentine’s Day tradition. Some people buy conversation candy hearts as a festive gift that sends a short and sweet message like nothing else can. Some people might even buy conversation candy hearts because they think they taste good. But when Valentine’s…

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Answering Your Cold + Flu Questions
02/08/2017

Parents have probably never commiserated more with the old adage, “when it rains, it pours” than when they have a sick child at home, a sniffly spouse, or worse: both at the same time. It seems like every year there comes a time when it’s “that time of the year”…

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6 Small Tokens of Love for Kids on Valentine’s Day
02/06/2017

When I was a little girl, my dad got me a Betta fish for Valentine’s Day one year. I cared for it for seven long years after that (a long lifespan for a Betta fish, I think). I remember thinking it was the coolest gift ever. Not to mention it…

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Tuning In for Sunday’s Big Game: Puppy Bowl
02/03/2017

Last year, Super Bowl 50 drew 111.9 million TV viewers and 16.9 million tweets. When the Patriots take on the Falcons this weekend, some will tune in for the teams, some for the commercials and some (like many a 3-year old) for the snacks. But not every family is into…

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