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UTM Baby Study Graduates Mississauga Babies!

Forty-five years ago, scientists thought that babies were born virtually blind and had little understanding of the world around them. Today developmental psychologists know that this is not true. At birth, babies recognize human faces as special. Infants younger than one month of age visually track pictures of moving faces over pictures of scrambled faces, […]

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Setting Limits for Mississauga Kids

I often have parents tell me: “My child doesn’t listen to what I say and I’m exhausted from all the daily power struggles to get her to comply with my requests. What should I do?” Some parents seem to have a hard time setting limits for their children and following through with actions for non-compliance. […]

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The Education that is Martial Arts

Martial Arts is often misunderstood to be no more than a sport or extra curricular activity; a physical skill elaborated on in preparation for tournaments and fighting exhibitions. The primary focus of Martial Arts is not found in training to compete or to out do another, but rather the complex passage that prepares a student […]

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Music for Mississauga Little Ones

When Should You Start Thinking About Your Child’s Musical Education? Music is a language, and it is never too early to start. Dr. Edwin E. Gordon, the leading researcher in early-childhood music and author of the most widely used music aptitude tests, states that a child’s music aptitude is in a developmental stage from birth […]

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ABC Canada and Oxford Prepare to Make Reading History

Book lovers young and old are invited to break a world record and have funas part of Family Literacy Day 2009 festivities Toronto, ON—ABC CANADA Literacy Foundation and Oxford Learning present the Family Literacy Day® World Record Attempt, a national initiative encouraging adults and children to engage in 30 minutes of reading together on January […]

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ABC Canada and Oxford Prepare to Make Reading History

Book lovers young and old are invited to break a world record and have funas part of Family Literacy Day 2009 festivities Toronto, ON—ABC CANADA Literacy Foundation and Oxford Learning present the Family Literacy Day® World Record Attempt, a national initiative encouraging adults and children to engage in 30 minutes of reading together on January […]

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