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Learning to Fly

&nbsp by Amy Souza &nbsp Bill and Suzanne Mannion watched their older daughter, Emma, struggle during first grade. Other students made fun of her for having trouble with simple addition, and the Mannions could see their daughter’s self-esteem drop. They feared she might get held back a grade and worried …

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Ask a Doctor

By Kay Wicker Flu prevention can be as simple as washing our hands. “The flu spreads through our hands. We cough and sneeze into our hands. We wipe our noses with our hands,” says Dr. Charles Schubin, a pediatrician at Mercy Hospital. “We teach our children to share, and they …

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B’More Healthy – January 2016

By Suzanne Pollak With winter comes sledding, snowmen, and—much less joyously—the inevitable runny nose and cough. But for the very youngest of our children, the typical cold symptoms can turn into more than just an inconvenience and are definitely nothing to play with. Almost all children have had a respiratory …

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Beth Tfiloh’s Team Approach to Enrichment and Development

“Teach a child in his own way; He will not swerve from it even in old age.” –Proverbs 22:6 Students truly flourish when their teachers see their strengths. Beth Tfiloh Lower School’s team approach to education provides opportunities for students to learn in small groups for a more personalized classroom …

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