CHILD LEARNER , ELEMENTARY , FALL , GRADESCHOOL , HOMESCHOOLING , PRESCHOOL , SPRING , SUMMER , WINTER
Kids are curious and observant by nature, and they'll eventually wonder why it doesn't snow in the summer or why it's warm only part of the year. It's important for parents to teach your kids about seasons.
If you visit a Montessori school, you'll quickly realize that it's like no other school. Montessori schools are a space filled with educational, inviting materials, attentive students, and peace.
Helping your child handle emotions is one of the hardest things that a parent can do. Sometimes, we, as adults, struggle to handle emotions, so teaching kids without complete impulse control to do so is a challenge.
Learning about world cultures and customs is fantastic activity for kids. They need to learn to appreciate diversity and how many different people there are in this world. It can be hard to comprehend just how many different world cultures there are in this world!
Elections can be hard for adults to understand, so you can imagine that explaining to your kids how the presidential elections work can be even harder. It's quite a complex process, but since we have a presidential election in 2020, now is a great time to discuss the process.
Are you studying the US presidents with your child? The presidents are a fascinating topic that kids often don't think is as interesting as adults. To interest your child, try introducing some important facts!
Learning the days of the week and months of the year are often taught to preschoolers and kindergarteners. It's simple memorization, and it's a great way for teachers and parents alike to start their day. I promise that teaching your kids the days and months doesn't have to be hard.
Winter may be dreary and drab since we are stuck inside more often, but that doesn't mean it's lacking in learning opportunities. It's the perfect time to focus on some winter themed learning with yo
If winter means anything, it means there will be plenty of snow. Rather than being upset with the snow, use it to your advantage and find fun games and activities with snow. Snow can even be educational.
Kids love a decorated room as much as an adult. Their bedroom should be a place where they want to go enjoy themselves. Whether they go in there to play, read, snooze, or hang out with their friends, it needs to be just right.
Before you had kids, New Year's Eve might have been spent at a party or at a bar, dancing and drinking. Now that you have kids, the celebration changes and becomes low-key. I prefer celebrating New Year's Eve with kids at home. We make plenty of memories.
Christmas is the time for traditions and memories. While presents are fun, the kids remember the traditions for years to come, and as adults, those traditions will stick in their minds. Our family has five favorite Christmas traditions that we look forward to each year.