One of the most important parts of a Special Instructors’ role is to collaborate with a child’s most important people: his parents and caregivers. As educators, the primary goal is to meet your individual child’s developmental needs. We want to help them develop age appropriate play skills and meet milestones.
When my family decided to move back to the New York area after almost ten years in San Francisco, one of the first decisions we made was to not live in the city itself. One of the many reasons was that the pre-school admissions scrum was not something in which we wanted to participate. So […]
Dr. Gramma Karen brings in the New Year with an awesome interview about GLAM – a platform to help young girls learn advanced math! Join Karen in learning more about GLAM from its founder, high school sophomore Tessa Wayne.
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 […]
I have two strong willed children. They really put me through my paces, each in a very different way. As a young mom I tended to react to everything they did. I found myself repeating the parenting methods I grew up with even though I resented my parents for parenting me that way. One day […]
Are you looking for kid-friendly options while taking a family trip? Do your little ones love zoos, museums, and more? Check out these awesome suggestions!
Montessori schools can be great learning environments for kids. Here are some of the reasons why a Montessori school may be right for your little ones.
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.