By implementing simple routines and transitions at home, parents can help prepare their young children for preschool.
Without in-person school and being constantly surrounded by peers, your child’s social skills might be falling behind. Here are some tips for building those skills during the pandemic.
Choosing the right school for your kids can be nerve-racking—whether you’re just moving to New York City or trying to figure out your family’s educational path. Even though our children live in a digitally connected world, they can still feel disconnected and out of place. An international school can be the perfect place to hone […]
There’s nothing that gets on a parent’s nerves like a whining child. However, it is important that we don’t lose our cool. There’s a right way and a wrong way to stop kids from whining. From gripe to grumble, these 8 tips can help you stop your kids from whining. Be Aware of Age If […]
Many of us already know that reading to young children is a good thing, yet we might not be cognizant of why. Neuroscience research has confirmed that reading aloud to young children stimulates brain development and language skills. And studies have found that young children will develop a more positive attitude to reading and learn […]
The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go. Dr. Seuss You are the greatest teacher your child will ever have. You can support your kids to focus on the short-term and develop habits for long-term success from an early age. Success begins with […]
It’s vital children eat the proper foods to develop both their brains and bodies fully! As parents, we need to teach them healthy, nutritious eating.