Young children learn to read at different speeds and through different kinds of instruction. Just as every child is unique, every child will have their own learning path and process.
July Holiday Calendar
Check out our holiday calendar for July! Here and on our social media pages, we share fun and educational ways to celebrate!
June Holiday Calendar
Check out our June Holiday Calendar. These holidays include national holidays and/or historical holidays and holidays that are just for fun!
May Holiday Calendar
Check out our holiday calendar for May! Here and on our social media pages, we share fun and educational ways to celebrate!
March Holiday Calendar
We provide a monthly holiday calendar full of different kinds of holidays you can celebrate with your learners and ideas for celebration!
Flexible Thinking for Young Learners
Flexible thinking is important for all different aspects of life, and the development of this thinking begins from a very early age. Learn about why it’s necessary and how to help your learners improve this way of thinking.
Valentine’s Day Craft
Are you hoping to find an easy, educational Valentine’s Day craft for your learners? Look no further! Enjoy completing this Heart Family Portrait craft with just a few simple needed materials and very little mess!
A Caregiver’s Guide to Preschool
Caregivers of young children who don’t currently have other kiddos in school, this time is particularly important for you as you choose what is best for your learners for next year. So let’s talk about preschool.
How to Foster Play That Encourages Learning
“Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children, play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood.” -Fred Rogers How to Foster Play That Encourages Learning How often have you sat your child down to work on letter recognition? Or felt guilty that you […]
How to Teach Children Resilience
As parents, our first instinct is to protect our children. From the moment they’re born, we do our best to keep them from harm. We listen to the research that tells us to put them to sleep on their backs, we have their car seats tested by an expert to make sure they’re installed correctly, […]
How to Banish “I’m Bored” From Your Child’s Vocabulary
If you’ve been a parent for more than a handful of years, you’ve heard some version of the phrase “I’m bored” during your parenting journey. Maybe it was “This is boring” or “There’s nothing to do” or “There’s nothing fun in this house!” How to Banish “I’m Bored” From Your Child’s Vocabulary Whatever the […]
Use Positive Reinforcement With Your Children and End Nagging
Below: Help your child develop the behaviors and skills that will help her thrive through the use of positive reinforcement. Bonus: You’ll get to stop nagging! “How many times have I told you to pick up that plate?” “Have you finished your homework yet? Come on! You need to get it done!” “Why isn’t your room […]
Problem Solving Strategies for Kids
Below: Teaching problem solving strategies for kids is a fantastic way to ensure that our children can face difficult tasks and decisions with confidence, both as children and when they become adults. In the course of their lives, our kids are going to come across many situations that require problem solving. From something as simple […]
Ripple Effects: Teaching Kids to Understand the Consequences of Their Actions
“It’s not my fault!” Few words to come out of the mouths of children are as frustrating to parents as those ones. We want our kids to take responsibility for their actions, but often their instinct is to ‘deny deny deny.” Teaching our kids to take responsibility is a process that takes time and patience, […]