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Posted May 20, 2016 by Danielle Lindner
It’s hard to remember the exact moment my daughter started exhibiting signs of separation anxiety, however it was very apparent to both myself and my husband the first day we brought her to preschool.
When I decided to go back into corporate life after being a teacher for many years, I decided to ease into things by working from home and hiring a nanny. Since my daughter was still an infant, and I was essentially still within the line of sight for most of the day, there wasn’t really any separation anxiety on her part or on mine for that matter…
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Posted May 17, 2016 by Danielle Lindner
A person’s childhood affects the way they grow up in aspects such as personality, social skills, behavior, and even intellect. If they do not have a good foundation, then the future regardless of how strong they are is impacted by the weak foundation. Early Childhood Education programs focus on the whole child and community involvement. When we got the chance to interview Danielle, one of the most reputable names in the Early Childhood Education Program Experts, we tried to get some valuable insights from her on this subject… Click here to read more
Posted May 10, 2016 by Danielle Lindner
So you have a child who just won’t eat. Many kids will go through that picky eater stage and some will even remain that way into adulthood. I knew a child who decided at the age of four that she just didn’t want to eat anything with eyes, and so she became and stayed a Vegetarian well into her twenties… Click here to read more
Posted May 6, 2016 by Danielle Lindner
Hey, everyone! Miss Danielle here. I’m so excited to announce this new monthly online contest to help people discover my book series and give you all an opportunity to win free books! Every month, I’ll be offering a new free book and easy opportunities to win.
I’ve just launched my May contest, which offers the fun and educational prize of Tango: The Little Turtle Who Was Afraid to Go to School. You can enter the contest by clicking here.
Contest participants enter by earning points via the following:
2. Follow Miss Danielle on Facebook (2 points)
3. Share the Contest on Facebook (1 point)
4. Follow Miss Danielle on Twitter (2 points)
5. Share the Contest on Twitter (1 point)
6. Follow Miss Danielle on Instagram (2 points)
7. Share the Contest on Instagram (1 point)
The book provided to May’s winner, Tango, discusses how separation from a parent can be very difficult for a little one and parent, especially when it’s time for the first day of school. Tango explores these feelings in an easy and fun way to show what fun they will have, what they will learn, that they are safe and most important, that Mom or Dad will be back at the end of each day. It also helps parents, too!
For more information about the Preschoolbuds monthly online contest or to enter now, click here.
Posted April 26, 2016 by Danielle Lindner
The Children’s Television Network will debut Miss Danielles Preschoolbuds this month on the network, which is launching in children’s hospitals across America. Miss Danielles Preschoolbuds encourages children to reach their academic potential, address everyday challenges and develop good citizenship with preschool educator and children’s author Danielle Lindner… Click here to read more
Posted April 21, 2016 by Danielle Lindner
Are you the parent who cringes every time the phone rings, and you see it’s the school calling? I was that parent. Sadly, my sweet wonderful daughter loved to bite. She wasn’t mean-spirited, or hungry, but for some strange reason, she loved to bite the other kids in her class.
I felt so horrible and really embarrassed when I would get the call from the school office. I was going out of my mind. If she didn’t stop biting, she wouldn’t be allowed to stay in school and that meant, not only a disastrous situation for me but also meant my daughter leaving her friends and a school she loved. So what do I do? And how do I get it done fast? I read and read and read and decided that I had to take a multi-faceted approach to this problem. I know now that this is the only approach to take. Tackle it head on and from all sides!
Posted April 7, 2016 by Danielle Lindner
Danielle Lindner and her insights on banishing the “bedtime blues” is included in this fun roundup list of must-know kid-related news for the first week of April 2016!
“Must bedtime be a kids-against-parents battle, or a boring routine that parents tolerate and kids demand? No, reassured parenting blogger Danielle Lindner on this week’s Huffington Post…”
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