0

“During Summer break children can enjoy more unstructured time and families can take trips. Summer seems to be a large block of time that parents and kids can use to take a breather…But, there is a shadow that often hovers over this lengthy break – a shadow commonly called the summer slide.” Want to learn […]

Continue Reading

0

Want some great new book suggestions for your young reader? Would your child enjoy choosing from a list of books that thousands of kids their age voted as their favorites?  . The Children’s Choices Project:. “Each year 12,500 school children from different regions of the United States read newly published children’s and young adults’ trade […]

Continue Reading

0

Quality sleep is an important part of success for kids. As every parent and teacher will tell you, when children have a sleep deficit their ability to concentrate, problem-solve and have a generally positive attitude is compromised. This is especially true of teenagers, who need between 8 ½ and 9 ¼ hours of sleep each […]

Continue Reading

0

Everybody knows that reading with kids is a must. It cultivates imagination, sound-letter recognition, a love of reading and storytelling, sets the foundation for all future learning… and much more. We know this. What adults don’t often think about is the difference between making reading a passive activity for children versus an active one. Kids […]

Continue Reading

Back to School Success for Parents & Kids

Published on August 7, 2013 by in Back to School

1

“If you listen carefully, you might hear a quietly familiar “whoosh” in early September as parents breathe a collective sigh of relief. The transition back into the school year might be welcomed and easy for parents, but how can we better support kids through this change in schedules and expectations? Summer is a much-needed break […]

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Continue Reading