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Defining Friendship

Defining Friendship

In some ways we are so much more protective of our children now. I remember walking to kindergarten by myself, and at the age of four, playing alone with my best friend in the woods behind her house. Read more

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Dress Up to Play

Encourage imagination with dress up play

You don’t have to wait until Halloween to dress up. Here are some ideas to make role playing and imaginative play a year-round activity for your kids! Read more

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Trick-or-Treating with Food Allergies

Trick-or-Treating with Food Allergies

The number of kids with food allergies is on the rise but Halloween can be an inclusive experience for all.” Children with food allergies can enjoy Halloween just as much as other kids…” Read more

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What’s Your Superpower?

How to recognize your parenting strengths

I think each of us has an everyday life, often totally bizarre and completely unmarketable kind of superpower. Read more

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Keep Birthdays Happy and Safe

A Happy boy at a birthday party

We struggle with wanting our children to have the same social experiences as other children and don’t want to impose or make ourselves seem self-absorbed in our issues. Read more

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Someone You Know

Eating Disorder

In your circle of family and friends, you might know a person who is struggling with anorexia, bulimia, or binge-eating. Read more

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Chrysanthemum

Book activities for Chrysanthemum

“Chrysanthemum” is a great story for kids of all ages. Read more

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The Power of A Name

What does your child's name mean?

Most parents have an abundance of ways to declare a child is precious, cherished, and loved. Find out what your child’s name says about you! Read more

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Talking About the Power of Play

Play expert advice for parents.

Ganz Parent Club spoke to renowned child development expert, Dr. David Elkind, author of “The Power of Play,” who explains the incredible role of play in children’s emotional and academic development. Read more

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How to Protect Your Child from Bullies

Protect your Children from Bullies

Imagine your child has a target on his or her back at school or is wearing a sign that says “Kick me.” Everyone sees the target or sign but him. Bullying can leave kids and their families feeling helpless. Here’s how to protect your child. Read more

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