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Nurturing School-Aged Children’s Social Skills

Social skills are essential for an individual to have and sustain positive connections with others. Many of these abilities should be learned as part of educational programs since they are critical in forming and maintaining friendships and other mea...

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Ways to Assist Children in Achieving Academic Success

Early childhood education is not limited to the borders of school. It is also critical to provide a conducive home environment that will enhance your child’s learning. When parents are actively involved in their children’s learning and ed...

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Why Your Child Should Join in Out-of-School Activities

As a provider of infant care in Northeast Washington, D.C., and the southeast, Community Educational Research Group is always providing avenues for your child’s development. Among the many programs we offer with this goal, we would like our dea...

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How You Can Get Your Kid Started on Reading

Reading is one of the key skills your child has to use in early childhood education. But we don’t think about they can learn it until we start trying to teach them. Then we know just how complex it is as a skill we use every day. Fortunately, t...

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Giving Guidance to First-Time Parents

Welcoming a bundle of joy into a couple’s life can be a rollercoaster of an experience. While it is a moment of pure bliss, it’s also fair to say that it can be overwhelming and exhausting, especially for those who are new to it all. Howe...

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What a Child Can Do, Around Age Two!

Developmental milestones are achievements made by most children at particular ages. Parents can observe these by how their little ones play, learn, speak, behave, and move. They can also be aided in keeping track of their children’s proper developm...

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