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    A Q&A with Graduates of the Horizons Teacher Degree Program

    A Q&A with Graduates of the Horizons Teacher Degree Program

    Our teachers are central not only to what we do at Bright Horizons but who we are, and we recognize that investing in their professional development can have inspiring results both in and out of ...

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    Summer Activities for Kids with a Broken Arm

    Summer Activities for Kids with a Broken Arm

    How do you have summer fun without water, sand, and a left arm? The “worst summer of her life,” as proclaimed by my 7-year-old daughter, has begun. She broke her arm 3 1/2 weeks ago ...

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    7 Screen-Free Activities That Won’t Break the Bank

    7 Screen-Free Activities That Won’t Break the Bank

    Screens can be hard to get away from, especially when they offer entertaining content. But for young children, screen-free time is incredibly important. Between the computer, TV, tablets, and more, there are many different things ...

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    5 Independence Day Activities for Kids

    5 Independence Day Activities for Kids

    Happy Fourth of July! Looking for some festive activities to do with your kids? Here’s a round-up of craft and game ideas that are perfect for having some patriotic fun: 5 Fun Patriotic Activities for ...

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    Celebrating International Mud Day

    Celebrating International Mud Day

    As a parent, the combination of water and dirt may seem like a recipe for disaster, but for kids, mud can be a fun way to play and learn at the same time! That’s where ...

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    Understanding 7 Challenging Toddler Behaviors

    Understanding 7 Challenging Toddler Behaviors

    Editor’s Note: This post was first published in 2014 but has since been updated. At two years old, my son is hitting his stride with the terrible twos and there are a few toddler behaviors that ...

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    The Real Reason Working Parents Need Vacations

    The Real Reason Working Parents Need Vacations

      Common wisdom has it that working parents need vacations to recover from the exhaustion that accompanies regular life. Nooooo. The real reason we need a vacation? The two weeks leading up to it. With ...

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    Celebrating Pride Month

    Celebrating Pride Month

    There are a lot of things Bright Horizons stands for. But one thing stands out: everyone is welcome. Happy Pride Month! Diversity and inclusion is at the heart of our culture here at Bright Horizons, ...

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    “What Does Father’s Day Mean to You?”

    “What Does Father’s Day Mean to You?”

    Father’s Day is fast approaching – and along with the cookouts, cards, and crafted gifts, it can be a great time to take a sentimental step back and examine what fatherhood really means to dads ...

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    The Work-Life Equation Ep. 30: Strategies for Pumping at Work

    The Work-Life Equation Ep. 30: Strategies for Pumping at Work

    If you’re a new nursing mom who’s planning to return to work and give pumping a try, you may have questions about how to navigate the experience. Maybe you’ve seen colleagues go through it, or ...

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