Parents always ask me the same sort of question, “How do I teach my kids this?” “How do I teach my kids that?” It doesn’t matter what they are trying to teach their kids, I always reply with 3 simple words. “Consistency, repetition and imitation.” You must to be consistent with your child in teaching
Early Learning in the 20th Century Learning begins at birth! Early literacy starts with parents and other caregivers that begin preparing a child to read from the day he/she is born. When parents and caregivers talk to a child, they are beginning that child on the road to reading. Having parents talk to a
Halloween time already! Where do the seasons go? We’ve got some fun crafts and activities to help you get in the mood for those ghosts and goblins that are sure to be at your door very soon!
For many, thoughts of September conjure up a variety of different images. Labor Day signals that summer has officially ended, heralding the approach of autumn. The change of season brings with it cooler temperatures and stunning fall colors. It also brings the happy sounds of children armed with backpacks gathering at bus stops in eager