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SitterTree Prepares Top Babysitters to Take on Any Career

Something special happens every fall at SitterTree. There is an air of excitement, possibility, anticipation which builds in the weeks leading up to September. And, then it happens. Each September, SitterTree welcomes our newest cohort interns into our Campus Coordinator Program. Campus Coordinators are top-ranked sitters who demonstrate the determination, enthusiasm, and professionalism to lead their peers.

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The difference between boys and girls – not so great after all

Despite common statements such as “girls speak earlier than boys” when it comes to developmental milestones, there simply is no proven significant difference between genders. Tell Me More Despite this fact, we tend to compare the genders often, with the result that there are many misleading perceptions about differences between the genders. Boys and girls

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Thinking “outside the box” has roots in early experiences

Like many other skills, creative thinking can be strengthened by early environments. Tell Me More Seeing things from different angles is considered a form of abstract thinking, but it has concrete roots in visual-spatial perception. For example, being able to see an object in two different ways of finding objects hidden in drawings. These skills

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