Digital Single: The Education Issue (July 2017)

Digital Single: The Education Issue (July 2017)

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July 2017: Education Issue

  • Dr. Jessica Richards answers reader questions about ear infections
  • 2017 Nanny of the Year Candida Vajana shares practical advice about working out all the details of vacationing with NF
  • Quiz: what type of vacation should you take this summer? 
  • Stephanie Felzenberg of Be the Best Nanny Newsletter shares advice on ways to stay active yet cool with the littles this summer
  • We review junior foodie gear. Thanks, Amber O'Neil!
  • An exclusive interview with Kat Lord and why you need to learn her name STAT.
  • Practical must-know nanny advice: how to file for unemployment
  • Carol Abrams shares the qualities high-profile families look for in a nanny
  • The rise of nanny jobs and what it means (no, the robots aren't taking over!)
  • Alyssa Zebrowski, an alum of Eastern Connecticut State University, writes "8 Things I Learned As an Education Student That I Use as a Nanny"
  • The unexpected Influence of nannies on speech & social development
  • Lolly Nichol, alum of Central Connecticut State University, shares tip on teaching kids about going green
  • Our own Jill Ciganek shares the importance of education for nannies
  • Tips for working with families who don't believe in discipline
  • Glitter play clay recipe you and your charges will absolutely LOVE, thanks to the crafty nanny!
  • Montessori/Reggio-Emilia-inspired learning at home, brought to you by JoAnna Becker.
  • Nannies and the legging craze!
  • A simple greek chicken recipe
  • + NM's VERY FIRST poem!

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