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Are You a Homework Helper or Sergeant Major?

My daughter completed French immersion grade one in the spring.  One of her homework assignments was to present to her class five French words used in sentences. Relatively easy right?  Let’s just say thank goodness for Google translation! The last … Continue reading

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Is “stress mode” your family norm?

Do you ever wake up in the morning and think about your day ahead, and wish you could just crawl back under the covers for just a couple more hours?  I am often anxious about how am I going to … Continue reading

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Back to School = Back to Routine

September is here. This means a shift from our summer routines into a back-to-school routine. This is the perfect time to reorganize your family and establish some good routines in your home. Routines are important because they help your child … Continue reading

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