• Can an imaginary friend help a child cope?

    It’s estimated between 25% and 45% of three- to seven-year old children create imaginary playmates*.  For most young children, the friends are invisible, but some do take the form of a doll, stuffed animal, or toy. When asking a child why they have created an imaginary friend, the majority have done so because they found
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  • Help Your Child (and you) Avoid Back to School Stress

    First day of school has already commenced for most kids and that means the wonderful lackadaisical days we’ve had for the last three months are done and hectic school schedules are the future. For many families this can mean an increase in stress for your kids, and for you.  Here are some very practical tips
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  • Making Valeo inspired ice cream

    Valeo is a blue Zoonicorn. He’s the leader of the pack, likes hanging out with friends and considers himself to be brave. He also considers himself to be a connoisseur of ice cream –that means he really, really loves it! He has many favorites flavors, but the best of the best for Valeo and the
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  • Ene makes a bird feeder

    Ene is very talkative and loves to make new friends. He’s a little mischievous and likes to take naps under tall trees. While hanging out under the trees on a warm summer day, Ene likes to watch the birds gather and rest on the tree branches. Ene thought it would be a wonderful place to
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  • Fun organization hacks for kids’ rooms

    If you just walked by your kid’s room and you can no longer see the floor, we understand. We know what it’s like to have toys, books, broken crayons, clothing and more cluttering their room and the frustration you and your kids feel when they can’t keep their room clean. It’s time to help them
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