The Importance of Social Emotional Learning

Parents have a choice in educating their children with homeschooling, virtual, and hybrid lessons. Some settings may have kids feeling… Continue reading The Importance of Social Emotional Learning

Asking Kids About Their Day

Parent involvement sets students up for academic and professional success. You should make it a habit to engage with your… Continue reading Asking Kids About Their Day

What is Montessori?

As an adult, have you ever looked back on some of your classes and asked yourself, why? Two complex subjects… Continue reading What is Montessori?

Nursery Rhymes – Not Just Child’s Play

Nursery rhymes have been around for centuries delivering intrigue and poetic nature. The short tales also have educational and developmental… Continue reading Nursery Rhymes – Not Just Child’s Play

The Value of Mealtime for Preschoolers

Young children have opportunities for learning and developing during mealtime. Teachers and homeschooling parents can make lunchtime more valuable for… Continue reading The Value of Mealtime for Preschoolers

The Lollipop Test – Encourage Instead of Praise

Preschool teachers play a prominent role in children’s development and education. One responsibility includes ensuring students are ready to start… Continue reading The Lollipop Test – Encourage Instead of Praise

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

As we head into winter, we often spend more time inside. As the holidays approach, children and adults get more… Continue reading It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Read, Know, Learn, & Grow

Parents have a superpower to spark imagination and creativity in kids early on. Children’s most impressionable years fall between birth… Continue reading Read, Know, Learn, & Grow

Empathy at an Early Age

More than likely, we all know someone we describe as “cold.” Adults who remarkably do not express concern lack empathy.… Continue reading Empathy at an Early Age

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