What If Your Toddler Is Showing Aggressive Behavior?

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No matter how mild-mannered your toddler can seem at home, he or she could show aggression to others, whether it be at daycare, school, or on playdates. If you have noticed this behavior or if daycare staff has brought it to your attention, it is important to have the right response so the situation doesn’t escalate and to teach your child the correct way to interact with others. If your toddler is going through an aggressive stage, here are some tips for handling it.…

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5 Signs Your Child Will Be Successful At A Full-Day Kindergarten

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The debate between full-day and half-day kindergarten is an old one that continues today. Since parents in many states have to pay for full-day programs as opposed to free half-day programs, sending your child to full-day kindergarten may only make sense if you are sure that your child will benefit from it. While there are many academic and social benefits of full-day kindergarten, it can be hard to tell if your particular child will be successful at a full-day kindergarten or if they would be better off attending a half-day program and then returning home or attending private daycare for the rest of the day.…

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Unexpected Career Options For Accounting Majors

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More and more college students are pursuing a degree in accounting–and for good reason. With a good job outlook and an average salary of over $60,000, it makes sense that accounting is becoming a very popular area for study. However, not everyone is interested in a job that keeps them at a computer or in a cubicle for the better part of every day. The good news is that not every job with an accounting degree involves long hours of looking at spreadsheets or pouring over receipts.…

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