Step Up Student Motivation

Certain curriculum can be boring with little to no classroom engagement. Teachers who provide stimulating learning experiences increase children’s interests.… Continue reading Step Up Student Motivation

Celebrating Parent Involvement in Schools

National Education week takes place from November 15-19 this year, and one focus includes parent involvement. Project Appleseed runs a… Continue reading Celebrating Parent Involvement in Schools

Child’s Play

When children play, not only do they have carefree fun, but they also develop skills. As children move while playing,… Continue reading Child’s Play

Encouraging Young Readers

Instilling a love of reading in children starts with parents. Reading stories has many developmental benefits and strengthens parent/child bonds.… Continue reading Encouraging Young Readers

Planning a Teaching Career in K-12 Education

If you plan to take on a teaching career path, this blog will help you know what to expect. If… Continue reading Planning a Teaching Career in K-12 Education

In-Home Learning Stations

Foster children’s learning with fun and affordable mini stations set up in your home. These ideas work great for stay-at-home… Continue reading In-Home Learning Stations

Birth Order May Be Bigger Than You Think

You may know more about birth order than you think. You have a basic understanding if you have heard the… Continue reading Birth Order May Be Bigger Than You Think

How to Get Involved in Your Young Child’s Education

Parent involvement in early education plays a factor in setting your child up for academic success. As a parent, you… Continue reading How to Get Involved in Your Young Child’s Education

Homeschool Essentials

Homeschooling children continues to rise due to the pandemic and parents’ dissatisfaction with the school systems. The 2020-2021 school year… Continue reading Homeschool Essentials

Assessment in Quality Child Care Programs

Child assessment is a vital and growing component of high-quality early childhood programs; it is even required in some states.… Continue reading Assessment in Quality Child Care Programs