As we continue to navigate the unchartered waters of the current pandemic, many are looking to the future and what it holds. And while it’s hard to predict how long our current daily life modifications will last, what we do know is that the experience of this trauma will have personal changes that could last…

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Ten to fourteen-year olds are the smartest students in the school. Yes, they are smarter than most adults! They are also physically competent and can excel in most physical challenges that are presented to them. The problem we discovered is they are so focused on what is socially acceptable that they have a hard time…

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Seven to nine-year olds are what most people consider “the golden age.” They are proficient in their vocabulary and problem-solving skills, yet they are not at the age where they want complete independence from adults. This makes the teacher-student relationship stronger than ever. The problem we discovered is they still lack core skills, and although…

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Five and six-year olds are the most enthusiastic students. They love creativity and problem solving, which makes them ideal students in the Martial Arts. The problem we discovered is they are so progressive in following tasks, some teachers tend to treat them like their older peers. This is a problem because they still do not…

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Three to four year olds love physical activity and anything involving play. They have a rich imagination and strong desire to be less dependent on their usual caregivers. The problem we discovered is that many children this age have a hard time with structure in a group environment like what is commonly found in most…

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  There are children out there who chow down on veggies and ask for salad… but it’s far more common to hear stories of children who refuse to eat their broccoli, no matter what you do with it. While vegetables are without a doubt a meal-time staple and large portion of the food pyramid, they…

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Dear parent, I see you. I see you tired from nights with far too little sleep, days with too much to do, and not enough hours to fit everything in. I see you stressed, worrying about how to manage your own career and commitments, plus those of your children and family. I see you when,…

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