Preparing Your Child For School? 4 Lessons That Social Skills Ready Kits Can Provide

Posted on: 8 December 2021

If your child is getting ready for school, now's the time for them to start learning about social skills. If you're like most parents, you're focused on the educational aspect of school preparation. However, it's also important for your child to learn valuable social skills before heading off to school. That's where kindergarten social skills ready kits come into the picture. These kits help kids learn the social skills they'll need for a successful school experience. [Read More]

Get Your Teen Through the Pandemic With Online High School Courses

Posted on: 12 March 2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, some students are continuing to miss out on the experience of going to school in person. Some teens likely have even more downtime because there might not be that many extracurricular activities going on either. Whether you are dissatisfied with the virtual education your child is currently getting or you just want to help your teen stay more engaged on a daily basis, one possibility would be to get your teen to sign up for one or more online high school courses. [Read More]

Tips For Getting Your Toddler To Want To Brush Their Teeth

Posted on: 8 February 2020

Compromising with a toddler...oh my! Toddlers sure do have a way of trying to, well, get their way. And while sometimes you would just rather stand back, give in, and giggle at them as they throw their tantrums, you can't throw in the towel on important matters, such as teeth brushing. If getting your toddler to want to brush their teeth is a full-out battle twice a day, here are a few suggestions that may (hopefully) help. [Read More]

Preschool And Your Child: How Parents Can Help Promote Learning At Home

Posted on: 7 November 2018

When you enroll your child in preschool, you give them a head-start in social interaction, fine and gross motor skill development, and academic education. However, parents can help to reinforce learning and further development by engaging in learning activities with their child at home. Here are some ways you can help promote learning at home.  1. Reduce or eliminate electronics and screen time.  Children often spend time at home watching TV, playing on tablets, or playing games on the computer. [Read More]