It’s feeling a bit magical out there. Just walk alongside your child while he’s spotting the lights twinkling off each tree and dreaming up the special gifts he’s making for Mimi and PapPap this year.
December is here, and so are busy schedules, holidays, and the hustle and bustle of travel. To help your child continue reading routines, we’ve put together this handy December Reading Calendar, full of activities and ideas to continue learning and growing throughout this time of year.
The chill is in the air, but these lunchbox notes will warm things up a bit.
Did you know that coding can improve your child’s literacy skills? It’s true! Some of the skills your early reader is building with the help of Homer are the same computational thinking skills used by computer scientists. The most important of those skills is called sequencing.
The long weekend is upon us and families around the country are packing up — with a lot of excitement and just a little, well, anxiety. After all, traveling with kids can be as exhausting as it is exhilarating. “Are we there yet? More snacks please? Potty break!!”