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Winter is here, and with a Wisconsin winter, we can expect a lot of snow! This year kids are inside, learning virtually, and spending more time than ever before in their homes. It’s become more important than ever to encourage our kids to get outside to take a break from screens, express their imagination, and to be kids!
The holidays are such a magical time of year, especially for children. I have so many distinct memories as a kid linked back to the little things that made the holidays special: The piney smell of the old boxes we pulled out from the basement, wearing our jammies all day and eating sweets, our box of holiday books that were only read in December, then stored away the rest of the year, the bright packages with so much excitement, wondering what was inside.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, commonly called ADHD, is a neurodevelopmental disorder which effects your ability to maintain attention on the appropriate stimulus or task. There are considered 3 subtypes, inattentive, hyperactive and a combination type.
With the holiday break right around the corner, you may be feeling a mixture of excitement and worry as the holiday season will look a little different this year. Don't worry, we have you covered! This year may look different with small to no gatherings and traditions...
October trees are beautiful as they change color, but November is the month for leaves to fall! You may wonder why leaves fall off the trees. It is because all the water in them freezes in the winter, which can harm the tree itself.
When I started a job in pediatric therapy, I had no idea what I signed up for. Working with children can be a thankless and challenging job at times. But I knew seeing children make progress through therapy would be motivating and inspiring.
With the abrupt onset of virtual learning due to COVID-19, screens are pervading our children’s daily lives in ways that they never have before. Whereas, in the past, parents gained some solace in the fact that their child was relatively “screen-free” for 7-8 hours of the day
Incorporating breaks throughout the school day is super important, especially during COVID-19 as most of the students are starting out with virtual learning. Sitting at a computer for long periods of time can be very tiresome and stressful.
Feeding your child does it involve adorably themed snacks in little compartmentalized
containers boasting Instagram-worthy status or perfectly balanced combinations from all the
food groups creating a colorful display? Oh it doesn’t?! Well you’re not alone!