Teachers are some of the most important people – they educate and support our little ones all week and help them grow into confident people. Show your kid’s teachers that you appreciate them this week and every week!
Sometimes we adults forget just how big and intimidating the world is for children. Starting a new project or going to a place we’ve never been before isn’t scary to us. However, the thought can leave some children petrified.
You’re well aware that free time with kids means you will be on your toes thinking of stuff to keep them occupied.
From collecting grasshoppers on the playground to their first bee sting, bugs are a fascinating part of life for children. Some parents are reluctant to indulge in their child’s squirmy interest, while others are dealing with a case of childhood insectophobia. Whether your little one is a junior entomologist or runs screaming from anything with more than four legs, these tips can help your family navigate the creepy-crawly world of insects.
Parents know that in the midst of the mayhem, staying calm and not yelling is key. But unless you’re made of stone, it’s extremely hard to maintain even keel when you are dealing with kids day in and day out.
Summer is a great time to encourage language and reading development in fun ways. Below are some suggestions for strategies and games that can help you support your child’s literacy development and prevent the summer slide.
I’ve been a TV host and sports broadcaster for 8+ years and am about to be a mama of 2 under 2. Add in winemaker, along with my love for giving back. Basically, trying to get it all done… and done well. Sometimes I knock it out of the park. Other times I miss the ball. Overall, I’m enjoying the process which is most important! While raising my daughter, one focus for us was teaching her water safety.
I often write about ways to improve on your parenting or new strategies or changes to make, but this time I am shaking it up. In honor of Mother’s Day month, I want to let you know why you are doing a great job. How do I know? You will see… You Woke Up And […]