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10 Simple Snack Makeovers for Healthier Kids

10 Simple Snack Makeovers for Healthier Kids
Nutritious meals and snacks are essential for children to grow up healthy. Because they have smaller stomachs than adults do, growing children need to eat every two to three hours. This is how they...
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3 Common Food Additives That May Influence ADHD Symptoms

3 Common Food Additives That May Influence ADHD Symptoms
One of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders of childhood, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), can affect a child's learning and development for years. When children have ADHD,...
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Hands On, Mind Engaged: Montessori Education for Visual Learners

Hands On, Mind Engaged: Montessori Education for Visual Learners
It is usually obvious to parents and teachers that different children learn in different ways. A model of learning styles developed in 2001 is known as the Visual Auditory Kinesthetic model, and it...
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5 Benefits of Providing Flexibility in Childhood Education

5 Benefits of Providing Flexibility in Childhood Education
Some aspects of childhood education are structured more rigidly, and in some situations this lays a foundation for learning of more advanced concepts. However, when childhood education offers...
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Interactive Learning: Is It Better for Your Child?

Interactive Learning: Is It Better for Your Child?
Opportunities for interactive learning don't have to be complicated or expensive. Conventional teaching methods are sometimes called-for, but they can be a bit dull, particularly for younger...
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10 Kid-Approved Healthy Snack Ideas

10 Kid-Approved Healthy Snack Ideas
Face it: Kids are always hungry. If the idea of eating pops into their heads, they’ll ask for food. Your status as a “cool” parent relies largely on your ability to provide delicious sustenance...
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February PTA Events

Thank you all for joining us at the Prince and Princess Ball. All the children and families had such a wonderful time. It was a joy to see them all interact and dance together. We also celebrated...
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The Tradition of the New Year

The Tradition of the New Year
It seems like the New Year’s traditions that we are all familiar with have been around forever – the dropping of the Times Square ball, getting together with family and shooting fireworks or...
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Christmas Tree Lighting

In the spirit of the Holidays, Austin Children’s Academy held our annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony in the activity room. The kids all made ornaments and stepped forward one at a time to hang...
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The Holiday Toy Drive Has Begun!

The Holiday Toy Drive Has Begun!
Today, December 1st through Wednesday, December 21st, Austin Children’s Academy will be accepting donations to support the local Brown Santa initiative. If you have any new toys or books or have a...
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