Feb 11

The Importance of Milestones in a Child’s Development

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We all celebrate milestones throughout our lives. A few common ones recognized are birthdays and anniversaries which celebrate the passage of...

Oct 31

Books To Inspire Kindness

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Due to the daily conflicts that can arise from children sharing space, toys, and learning experiences, caregivers often feel like they're playing...

Oct 05

Growing Language Skills with Bananagrams

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Learning language and spelling can be a boring and tedious task. We can all think back to when we were in school, studying word lists to commit...

Oct 04

Introducing Kids to Math Through Manipulatives

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Manipulatives are marvelous! They are an amazing tool for any childcare facility and can help introduce concepts of mathematics through play....

Sep 21

Activities for Fall Learning

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Activities for Fall Learning

Fall is a great time to learn about nature. The season change creates a magical atmosphere that inspires curiosity in...

Sep 07

Our Favourite Ways to Encourage Independent Play

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Independent play is a key area of early childhood development. It helps children develop vital skills and positive learning habits which they will...

Sep 07

4 Great Games to Enhance Classroom Learning

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Children learn and absorb lessons in a variety of different ways. One way to help reinforce the lessons that kids are currently learning is by...

Aug 31

6 Great Books to Learn About Animals for National Wildlife Day

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Every loves animals, from cuddly pets to wild beasts. Here are some of our favourite books to learn about animals just in time for National...

Aug 24

Fun Activities for Long Distance Grandparents!

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Everyone remembers their fun days with Grandma and Grandpa when they were a kid. Making crafts, playing games, or even baking cookies on a rainy...

Aug 14

Creative and Useful Baby Shower Gifts

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A baby shower is an exciting chance to celebrate one of the happiest moments in a family member or friend's new life milestone. Its a chance to...

Aug 10

Smart Ways to Enrich Your Grandbaby's First Year

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Scholar's Choice works hard to choose toys and resources that will help your grandbaby develop and learn as they grow in their first year. It can...

Aug 02

Light Up Learning

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Is there anything more interesting than playing with light? As adults, we use light to make us feel calm and cozy; is it any wonder that light is...