My Baby Has Eczema: Now What?

  • Posted by KCC Staff
  • On June 27, 2017
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  • baby, child, children, eczema, help, illness, kids, lotion, Parenting, remedies, sick, skin, skin care
It happens suddenly one day when you’re playing with your baby; you notice the red rash and bumps on their cheeks or scalp. Eczema. Don’t panic. A few things you should know is that about 20% of babies have this condition, it’s more likely to show up if another family member has it, it isn’t […]
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Battle of the Baby Formula “Keurigs”

  • Posted by KCC Staff
  • On June 20, 2017
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  • baby, bay formula, breast feeding, child, children, feeding, food, formula, gerber, infant, Parenting, parents, toddler
It’s 4 a.m and the baby monitor in your bedroom bursts to life thanks to the hungry baby in the next room over. Oh, you haven’t heard? 3 hours of sleep is the new 8 hours of sleep. Don’t stress, there’s a way to skip the tired fumbling around in the dark as you struggle […]
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Parental Guidance: Getting Smart with Social Media

  • Posted by KCC Staff
  • On June 6, 2017
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  • children, college, facebook, instagram, Parenting, posting, Social Media, teens, twitter
  In this age of social media what one posts online holds more weight now than ever. A fact that 10 prospective Harvard students found out the hard way when their acceptances were revoked due to what they posted on social media. We’ve all heard this song before and like any other top 40 hit […]
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Make Your Own Ice Cream At Home!

  • Posted by KCC Staff
  • On September 14, 2016
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  • DIY, fun dessert, homemade, ice cream
    If you have ever wanted to make homemade ice cream but didn’t think you had the right tools, it turns out, you do! This easy recipe makes a simple vanilla ice cream, but you can add other ingredients to make different flavors. The whole process takes about 7 minutes!
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“On-The-Go” Lunches: Kid Approved

  • Posted by KCC Staff
  • On August 28, 2016
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  • healthy lunch, kids lunch, school lunch, school meal
Getting three or more people ready in the morning is probably the most stressful part of your day as a parent. Sometimes you may even forget to pack lunch for your kids or you might not even have anytime time to. Here are some kid approved quick lunches you can pack the morning of or […]
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You Might Want to Rethink Trashing the Chore Chart

  • Posted by KCCStaffers
  • On August 15, 2016
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  • chore chart, household chores, kid chores, teaching responsibility
Chores are slowly becoming a thing of the past for this generation’s children, but you might want to revive the chore chart before it is too late.
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Hands on Learning: Why It Matters!

  • Posted by KCCStaffers
  • On July 22, 2016
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  • constructivism, elementary science, home learning, kids science, science
Constructivism is an educational learning theory that suggests that students take in new information and connect this new information to prior knowledge. Students will question and construct new meaning for themselves when they make connections between new information and prior knowledge. Educators and parents often follow this learning theory by presenting children with many hands-on learning experiences. […]
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Summer Brain Drain

  • Posted by Natasha Eldridge
  • On April 20, 2016
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Summer slide, which is also referred to as summer brain drain, is a phenomenon that commonly occurs amongst non-stimulated school aged children over the summer vacation. The brain is muscle that needs to be constantly exercised to maintain optimal performance. During the summer months, many parents used to opt to give the children a break in […]
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Homework Horror Story

  • Posted by Natasha Eldridge
  • On April 18, 2016
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Homework is the assignment of a purposeful task that reinforces concepts that are covered during the school day.  Accordingly, homework should not introduce new information to the learner.  On the contrary, homework should be utilized as a tool to communicate the student’s current level of mastery to the learner, caregiver and teacher. Let’s be real.  We want our […]
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A Business Mommy’s Struggle

  • Posted by Natasha Eldridge
  • On February 4, 2015
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Success as a mom in business is a cyclical relationship. In order to keep one’s sanity she must understand that the two relationships must be in total balance so that the notorious mother’s guilt doesn’t take over. Allow your children to be your inspiration, as you are theirs. Know that writing your own ticket empowers […]
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