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Why Play is Important for Preschoolers

Play is one of the richest forms of childhood expression. When a young child plays, you can see the wheels turning in his brain. Play is how children process worries and fears, work through challenges, and learn new skills.
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Why Music Therapy is Beneficial for Neurodiverse Children

Kids love music. Adults love music. We all do. It’s soothing and therapeutic. 

If that’s the case, why isn’t it being more widely used to help neurodiverse kids achieve developmental milestones? That answer is, of course, long and drawn out and not the purpose of this article.
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9 Handy Homework Helpers for Hands-on Learners

No one likes homework. After a long day of school, it is the last thing a child wants to do when they get home. 

It’s a hard truth. But, understandable. 

Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be a struggle. There are ways to make it easier and maybe even fun!

So when you have a wiggly, giggly child who has a hard time sitting still and completing their assignments, here are 9 things you can do to help.
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