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5 Useful Tips to Help Your Child Transition Back into the School Year

It’s August and the Back-to- School commercials have begun! The discussion about September is underway and...

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The Importance of Risky Play

Risky play can be defined as a thrilling and exciting activity that involves a risk of physical injury, and play that provides opportunities for challenge, testing limits, exploring boundaries and learning about injury risk (Sandseter (2007; Little & Wyver, 2008).” But, and I want to be really clear here, it is not about encouraging or promoting injury nor is it about neglect or negligence. In fact, the whole idea is to develop strong, resilient adults that are capable of making safe and confident choices in life.

Spring Break is coming fast!

We are now just over 5 weeks from Spring Break 2021. The usual routines have...

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Bracing yourself for bracing your kids

As an orthodontist, I often come across two types of parents: one who assumes their...

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Reclaim Your House After Kids Go Back To School

It’s the most wonderful time of the year — time to send the kids back...

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Aggressive driving in school zones is putting kids in danger!

BCAA’s second annual School Zone Safety survey shows that driving in school zones has gone from bad to worse. In fact, this year’s survey shows a marked increase in concern across the board. Particularly alarming is that hostile/aggressive attitudes amongst parents such as honking or using profanities has jumped almost 30 per cent (51% to 66%).

Summer 2017

In this issue, we’ve tried to pull together some resources to make your Summer experiences...

Family Resource Guide 2017

Looking for places to go, people to see, party places? Be sure to check out...

Spring 2017

Click here to read now! Spring is in the air, and we’re so relieved to...

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Straightening up - Chiropractic help for your child

Getting chiropractic help for your child I did not grow up in a “chiropractic family”....

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Unplugged and Unbothered

Organize your electronics for a happier and healthier home If you spent 2016 lost in...

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Importance of sewing and cooking skills

To a busy parent rushing to put a weekday meal on the table or trying...

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Training Your Child’s Brain

In many ways, parents are the coaches of a young child’s Brain Fitness Regimen! Like professional coaches,...

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Time to Enlist a Babysitting Circle!

On a recent trip to the UK, I was asked by my Mother in Law...

Education 2016

As fall rolls in and the weather changes from bright, sunny days to gloomy, shorter days,...

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Mompreneur Series - Interview with Traci Costa, founder of Peekaboo Beans

We’re excited to interview Traci Costa, founder of Peekaboo Beans in this edition of our...

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Keep Children Safe While Playing Pokémon Go

“Pokémon Go” is Dangerous for Children, Says Children’s Safety Group Tech safety expert weighs in...

Field Trips with DIY day camp

Are you undertaking a DIY day camp? A field trip is a great way to...

Take our Sleep Poll
DIY Day Camp

Summer break is long, and although Summer camps can be a great solution by giving...

Summer 2016

The 8-weeks of Summer can be hard to fill. In this issue, we’ve put together...

Ask an Expert - RESP's

As parents, we want to do what’s best for our children, and part of that...

Food, Family and Fun!

Now in its 7th year, the Hands-on Cook-off contest was born from research that shows that...

Family Resource Guide 2016

Our 2016 Family Resource Guide is ready to read! Don’t spend hours searching on Google,...

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