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    Resources for Teaching Kids About Germs & How to Wash Their Hands

    Resources for Teaching Kids About Germs & How to Wash Their Hands

    For many of us, taking good care of ourselves might be second nature, but for children, healthy habits need to be taught. Teaching kids how to practice healthy living can help prevent germs from spreading, ...

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    Bedtime Battles: 10 Tips To Help Kids Get More Sleep

    Bedtime Battles: 10 Tips To Help Kids Get More Sleep

    Today’s post is courtesy of Whitney Roban, Ph.D., a pediatric sleep specialist and wellness educator. In my Pediatric Sleep Consultancy, the most common sleep issues center around bedtime. A process that should take 15 minutes ...

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    Tips to Help Improve Sleep for Busy Moms and Dads

    Tips to Help Improve Sleep for Busy Moms and Dads

    Today’s post about how to improve sleep for parents is courtesy of Danielle Shea Tan of Healthy Mamas for Happy Families. Do you long for the days when sleep was both restful and plentiful? You ...

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    Black History Books for Kids

    Black History Books for Kids

    February is known as Black History Month, and many schools are in the midst of teaching young ones about black history and why it matters. While older children may be learning about slavery and the ...

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    First-Generation American: My Family’s Journey to Embracing Center-Based Child Care

    First-Generation American: My Family’s Journey to Embracing Center-Based Child Care

    Today’s post comes from Bright Horizons Financial Analyst, Susan Jepkosgei. When I returned to work after maternity leave, I was both excited to be working outside of the home again after 12 weeks of being ...

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    Tips for Choosing Summer Camps for Kids

    Tips for Choosing Summer Camps for Kids

    Summer may seem far away, especially if you’re experiencing that chilly winter weather, but the end of the school year will be here before we know it. And with all of the different types of ...

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    12 Ways to Make Your Child Feel Loved on Valentine’s Day (& Every Day)

    12 Ways to Make Your Child Feel Loved on Valentine’s Day (& Every Day)

    Today’s post was written by Kate Berube, a Bright Horizons employee who coordinates e-News, our bi-weekly e-mail newsletter for working parents.  Along with sweet treats and fragrant flowers, Valentine’s Day can also bring expectations of ...

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    Is STEM for Girls?

    Is STEM for Girls?

    When I read the summary of this study about the early emergence of gender stereotypes in my daily news digest, I took a screenshot and sent it to my husband. I entered the caption, “Our ...

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    I’m Pregnant?!

    I’m Pregnant?!

    Whether you were planning it or not – can you ever truly be prepared for the rush of emotions (shock, joy, worry – the list goes on) following a positive pregnancy test? We asked our ...

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    Tips for Teaching Preschoolers to Write

    Tips for Teaching Preschoolers to Write

    My 8-year-old daughter was born with a pencil in her hand. From a very young age, she was naturally drawn to writing, drawing, and other creative arts that use writing instruments. My 3-year-old son, however, is ...

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