• Interpreting Your Kids’ Dreams

    Did you know that a child’s dream may have significant meanings? It’s true, and as parents we need to pay attention to their dreams. The International Association for the Study of Dreams (asdreams.org) have interpreted dreams – for example: dreams like flying without an airplane can show they have strong creative abilities. Nightmares with children
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  • Kids and their imaginary playmates

    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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  • How to Support Your Kid’s Teacher

    At Zoonicorn, we know a lot of teachers and we are always impressed by their passion for education. But let’s be honest, teaching is hard work. They work long hours, work with limited budgets, and manage large classrooms. Teachers can use our help. It’s important for parents to build a rapport and develop a relationship with their
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  • Technology is Transforming Preschool Education

    Children as young as two years old are already wired. They have been exposed to and understand the power of technology, using their parent’s mobile phone to play games, read books, be entertained and educated. Technology is changing the early childhood education learning process as well because more children with more exposure to technology are
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  • Best ways to support your child’s teacher

    Teachers are amazing! At Zoonicorn, we know a lot of teachers and we are always impressed by their passion for education. But let’s be honest, teaching is hard work. They work long hours, work with limited budgets, and manage large classrooms. Teachers can use our help. It’s important for parents to build a rapport and
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