The arts are an important part of children’s lives. It’s important to encourage their creativity and imagination.
I have to admit that I was one of those mothers comparing the intellectual prowess of my preschooler to other kids his age, and the competition was often fierce.
Pack plenty of diapers and wipes, but leave a bunch of that baby gear at home!
One teacher encourages parents to engage their kids in bigger life lessons than academics over the summer.
Discover ways to build the LOVE between the kids rather than the SQUABBLE.
Who to invite? Open the presents or not? What about those pesky favors? Decisions, decisions! Navigating the world of children’s birthday parties is overwhelming! Do I have to invite my child’s entire classroom? Are Evite invitations rude, too easy or just right? Is $25 too much to spend on a present these days? Don’t worry… Read more »
Have you met the Binky Fairy? She’s pals with the Tooth Fairy, the Easter Bunny and the like. And she wants to do your child a little favor …
Never miss a chance to let your child do things on her own. You need to let her try … she will learn as she goes.
Kids need consistency between their parents in order to behave the way you expect them to.
Believe it or not, some boys and girls start “going out” in elementary school! It’s not serious when they’re so young, but as they move into middle school, the boy/girl dynamic can begin to take its toll.