Christmas is almost here! If you have a Super Elf at home, we’ve got seven days worth of fun activities to help you get ready for Santa’s visit!
It’s Brownie Day! A day we can all stop and celebrate brownies!
To celebrate, we’ve put together a roundup of our favorite brownie recipes and added some extra learning tips from our in-house experts. Keep reading for some fun, educational, and delicious cooking ideas you can do with your kiddos!
Hello Neighbors! Our Director of Learning and Curriculum Design, Samantha Creighan, PhD, and her son, Cole, recently had a beautiful discussion about the lessons that Mister Rogers left us with. With the release of the movie, “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”, we wanted to celebrate the fact that kindness (and cardigans) never go out of fashion.
Raising an independent child and watching them go out on their own is one of the most fulfilling and difficult parts of parenthood. Whether you’re encouraging them to try out for a sports team or to try a new skill, there are plenty of ways that you can begin fostering an independent spirit within your child. If you start encouraging this independence from an early age, you’ll help set your child up for future success. It will help them think for themselves, which is a valuable and practical life skill that will serve them throughout their lives. Regardless of whether you’re a new or seasoned parent, these four easy-to-use tips can help you raise an independent child.