Kids don’t often mean to be cruel or hurtful, but sometimes they don’t understand the nuances of inclusivity. Teach your little one to be more kind, caring, and inclusive with these helpful tips!
Making the transition to virtual learning can be a difficult process for both children and parents. Aside from ensuring that your kids have the tools they need to succeed this year, there is a decent amount of planning that goes into creating a functional classroom at home as well. If you haven’t yet had the […]
Preschool is a critical time for children. There are many different methodologies to teach children; choosing the right one for your child is crucial.
Teaching your kids to take personal responsibility is a lifelong challenge. Some ages make it more challenging, but more than anything, starting late makes it hard.
Many children have different health issues caused by brain and spinal cord injuries and brain tumors, as well as orthopedic impairments. I have written in previous blogs about children with Other Health Impairments (OHI) and explained that the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) uses (OHI) as one of the 14 classifications for children with chronic […]
As the school year starts up again, it is important to instill healthy habits in your little one. Here are a few ways you can get them motivated and ready for school!
Jezra Kaye’s previous column provides great insight for white readers on the issue of race. Here is a look at some of the constructive discussions generated from it!
With little concrete information from the NYS DOE on the 2020-2021 school year, some parents are taking matters into their own hands and facilitating “micro-schools.”