Take your family to the outdoors!
Camping is always a fun activity, whether it’s spring break or summer break! While your children might not be enthusiastic about leaving video games and air conditioning behind, the learning skills they will gain will be worth the effort. Here are five of our favorite reasons why you should take your kids camping this year. (more…)
Ready to play in the snow?
The spring season is full of beautiful warm days and surprisingly chilly snow days, so being prepared is critical to ensuring snow days at home are full of fun and learning. Here are our favorite snow day activities to try next time the kids are stuck and home and you’re both parent and teacher for the day! (more…)
Learn how the arts can encourage your students to be leaders!
Can teachers use the arts as a way of encouraging student leadership skills? Yes, here’s how. (more…)
How are you teaching your children leadership skills?
While some kids are naturals when it comes to leadership, everyone needs some help along the way. Young children need their parent’s support and guidance to truly flourish, and there are ways to help instill leadership qualities in children via parenting. Here are four great parenting tips to help you teach important leadership skills to your little ones. (more…)
Save $ for your child’s future!
Saving money for higher education can seem like a tall task. As a result, many parents put it off until it’s too late to save enough and can’t financially contribute to their child’s education. Here are some simple ways to save money for your child’s higher education. (more…)
How do you encourage your child to listen?
Listening skills are crucial throughout life, whether you are a child sitting down at a tiny classroom desk or an adult lounging in an office chair before a meeting. Fostering listening skills early on is an important part of child development and a little bit of encouragement can go a long way. (more…)
Show your children how fun learning can be!
It can be notoriously tricky to get kids excited about their education. Many kids don’t want to do homework, sit in class all day, or learn things outside of their interests. Most kids would rather be playing, running around outside, playing video games, or watching TV than doing hours of homework. However, there are some ways to get your children motivated and excited about learning. Read on for tips and tricks. (more…)
Family at the airport
Building leadership skills in your child should happen in and out of the classroom, and travel is a great way to do so! Leadership skills will play an important role in your child’s life, and travel can help foster them and sustain them throughout their life. Here are some of the reasons why travel is so critical to your child’s development and how you can squeeze more in. (more…)