1. Why Creativity Is Important For Children

    Creativity is a skill that many adults don’t feel they have. It is hard for them to imagine things outside of the box. Being a creative person doesn’t have to be a challenge and it isn’t something that you can’t learn. Helping your children develop a creative side is very beneficial and can help them be more creative in adulthood. Creative play is an important part of your child’s growth…Read More

  2. Teaching Children About Emotions

    Emotions can be difficult to deal with and identify for children and adults. Some adults struggle with expressing their emotions in the best way and being okay with the emotions they may be feeling, which is why it is important to teach children how to identify and handle their emotions while they are young. When you put a focus on emotions and don’t make them something that are frowned upon to …Read More

  3. Self-Care Tips For Kids

    You have likely heard about the importance of self-care and some ways to practice it. Every adult should practice self-care to give themselves a break from their hectic lives, refresh, and take care of themselves mentally, emotionally, and physically (be sure to read our blog about this!). While we all know that self-care is important for adults, it is also important for kiddos! While your child l…Read More

  4. Benefits Of Reading to Your Kids

    Life can get busy, quickly. From having to juggle work, chores, your kid’s activities, and everything else that you have going on in your life, it can be difficult to find any free time. And the free time you do have often goes to enjoying some quiet time alone. While we understand that you need to enjoy every second of free time you have, you could also put a few minutes of that time to great u…Read More

  5. The Benefits of Imaginative Play

    As a parent, you know that your child’s imagination is extremely active and always working. They can make anything fun by imagining it to be something else. And while adults may not understand it anymore, imaginative play is extremely beneficial for your kiddos. While you may think of your child’s imagination as a way to simply keep them entertained, your child’s imagination can help them gr…Read More

  6. Tips For Getting Back On a School Schedule

    With summer coming to an end and school supplies slowly being drained out of every retail store, it is time to start preparing for the beginning of yet another school year. No matter how old your kids may be, it is your job to begin planning for the school year weeks in advance and start preparing. School supplies shopping, planning your new work schedule, and getting everything organized before s…Read More

  7. Teaching Kids About Differences

    Kids are highly perceptive, and equally as vocal about what they see. They’ll be the first to tell you that you look tired or, God forbid, old. They’ll also be quick to mention whenever they see differences amongst other people. If the thought of your child pointing out a person who is different than them is simply mortifying, you’re not alone. It’s common for kids to want to understand th…Read More

  8. Inspiring Creativity for Your Child

    Going to preschool and kindergarten is an educationally empowering and transformative time in the development of your child. They are entering the world of schooling, something that will foster the ability to learn and grow as a student. As important as it is to develop the fundamentals of math, writing and reading, fostering the inspiration for creativity and creative development is an integral p…Read More

  9. Books for Your Preschooler

    Preschool is an exciting and important time for your child to get the fundamental skills that will serve as a foundation for them as they advance into kindergarten and elementary school. Learning occurs in the classroom, but can also be enhanced while at home. In this blog, we’re going to explore some books your child can read outside of the classroom to help enhance their fundamentals of readin…Read More

  10. What Age Do Kids Start Going To Preschool?

    As a parent we sometimes forget the critical components of our child’s education. Depending on what type of parent you are, you’re either all too concerned about what your child is exposed to, or you’re finding out along the way that we you are the one that is in charge of determining it. While these are entire opposite ends of the spectrum, and there are definitely parents in between, we’…Read More