As a parent, when your child hurts, you hurt. Let’s take a look at a few ways you can help turn your child’s frown upside down when they have a bad day.
Connecting with your child can set your children up for success well into adulthood. Here are a few ways to connect with your kids every day.
Snow days are exciting days for both adults and kids alike––no work or school! But harsh weather conditions can make it difficult for kids to get outside and play. Since weather conditions do not permit you to get out on the road for the day, you have to find ways to stay entertained indoors. For … Continued
If your child is in that stage of life where their emotions seem to overwhelm them, it might be a good idea to start thinking of ways to help them cope with their big feelings. As a parent, your job is to support your child through the pitfalls of puberty, friendship drama, and pre-adult stages … Continued
Now that Halloween has officially kicked off the holiday season, it’s time to start planning for Turkey Day. While you’ve got the cooking taken care of (no burnt side dishes, right?) Your kids can take care of the decoration aspect for your guests or just do something to stay occupied while you brave the kitchen. … Continued
Have you ever asked yourself, “why isn’t my child generous to others?” If so, you aren’t alone, nor have you failed as a parent. These days, it seems like generosity is hard to come by––everyone is out for themselves––and no one is looking out for others. However, instead of blaming the world for the way … Continued
There are many challenges a child can face, including making new friends at a new school. Learn how you can help your child make friends in 10 easy ways.
Has it become more difficult to drop your child off at daycare or school? Here are 4 ways to help your child deal with separation anxiety.
Enrichment opportunities help children develop social skills and confidence. Read more about the benefits of arts education in early childhood.