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Intuition in Children – Powerful Stuff!

In a world of high-tech computers, tablets, cell phones, video games, and apps, how can we teach our children about intuition and to be more in-tune with themselves? I recently watched a documentary on Netflix called, “InnSaei,” which is the ancient Icelandic word for “intuition.” That documentary changed my entire perception of life, interactions with […]

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Hollywood Learning Centers Show Preschoolers to be More Giving this Holiday

With the holidays around the corner, toy commercials on Television reminds us it’s that time of the year again. Hollywood Learning Centers believes it’s the season to teach preschoolers about the real meaning of the holidays, family, and gratitude. As our preschoolers write their long gift lists this year, how about we teach them about the […]

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3 Holiday Tips for Children of Separated Parents

With the holidays around the corner, it’s important for separated parents to discuss what’s the plan this year. The reality is, holidays for these families are never easy, but as long as we make the best of it for the well-being of the little ones. Hollywood Learning Centers put together 3 tips to guarantee a […]

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Hollywood Learning Centers Know The Importance of Teaching Multiculturalism

Hollywood Learning Centers picked the Hispanic Heritage Month to promote not just our hispanic community, but also all those beautiful cultures that makes us unique. We want to celebrate our diversity! We look at each and everyone of our students’ here at Hollywood Learning Centers and see their ancestors’ diversity.  For that reason, we want […]

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Is There Such a Thing as a Perfect Parent?

For the parents out there, have you ever stop and said: “Wow, I’m a heck of a parent,” or do you often find yourself questioning your parenting skills? It seems as if parenting and guilt were cut from the same fabric . . “I should spend more time with my son, I shouldn’t be so […]

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The Me! Me! Me! Epidemic Among Children

Drivers cutting in front of you in traffic, people closing the door behind them on your face, millennials stepping on you while chasing Pokemons, teenagers taking selfies on your face, preschoolers pushing classmates to be first in line, toddlers making fits at the grocery store for treats. I mean, I can go on and on, […]

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