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Parenting 101: How to Handle Child Tantrums

Children are naturally energetic. They tend to be restless most of the time. This is evident even when they are attending day care. Their energy levels make it challenging for children’s parents, guardians, and teachers to keep them under control. ...

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The Benefits of Arts and Crafts For Your Child’s Brain

Art is a fun medium for your kids to learn new things, cultivate their skills, and express their emotions. Creativity and art are closely intertwined, making it an important factor in enhancing your child’s quality of living at a young age and help...

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Different Sensory Play Ideas for Your Kids in Summer

It’s no secret that children learn best through play and making their hands dirty! It’s the best way to keep your children busy while exploring the world through their senses at the same time. Cub Academy has compiled a list of simple sensory pla...

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Summertime Fun for Your Little Ones!

Whether we like it or not, summer is here, and the only way to make the most out of it is to enjoy this time with your children. Summer is a good time to spend child care in Orlando, Florida, and an awesome time for sensory play. At a bare minimum, s...

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Activities Promoting STEM Learning You Can Do At Home

Learning doesn’t have to take a break when your child comes home from his or her day care. Many learning activities are fun, engaging, and educational that can be done at home. The best part is that these activities don’t have to feel lik...

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Negative Effects Of Too Much Screen Time on Your Child

It is widely known that letting a child use and watch TV and other electronic devices such as tablets and smartphones for too long is bad. And as a parent, you may already have known this intrinsically, but why is this so? What are the effects of too...

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