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Bedtime Stories for Boys

Bedtime Stories for Boys

The value of bedtime stories for boys. Bedtime Stories for Boys There’s nothing quite as wonderful as curling up with your children and reading them a bedtime story.  Bedtime stories are entertaining and provide all sorts [...]

No Mind Left Behind

No Mind Left Behind

In this revolutionary new book, Dr. Adam Cox reveals what parents and educators need to know about executive control skills – the eight essential cognitive abilities that are crucial for every child. These skills help every [...]

How to Deal with Unwanted Child Behaviors

How to Deal with Unwanted Child Behaviors

The connection between children’s development and their behaviour. Unwanted Behavior When it comes to our children showing less than desirable behaviours, it’s tempting to think kids are acting in certain ways on purpose. But really, problems [...]

Preparing Your Child for School

Preparing Your Child for School

How to get your preschooler prepared for school in the fall. Preparing for School Is your pre-school child starting school this coming fall? Getting kids school ready now, is only going to make the transition easier [...]

Timeline of Child Brain Development

Timeline of Child Brain Development

Why today’s kids seem to be taking longer to become adults. Timeline of Development There’s no doubt that today’s world is becoming more and more complex, as are the skills required to succeed in it. So [...]

Play and Brain Development

Play and Brain Development

How play helps our children’s brains develop. Play and Development In today’s world, we need children to learn how to plan, organize, strategize, be attentive, and have a good working memory. These are called ‘executive functioning’ [...]

Getting Help for Children’s Learning Disabilities

Getting Help for Children’s Learning Disabilities

If you’re concerned your child has a learning disability, you may want to have an assessment earlier rather than later. Learning Disabilities From attention deficit hyperactivity disorder to dyslexia to Asperger’s, there are many learning disabilities [...]

Boys of Few Words – Raising Sons to Communicate

Boys of Few Words – Raising Sons to Communicate

What’s going on in the lives of boys today? Assuming you could convince them to stop playing video games long enough to ponder the question, chances are you’d find “nothing”, “I dunno”, and the ever-popular shoulder [...]