Playing with kids: some of us love it, and some of us loathe it, but no matter how we feel about it, we know that play helps our kids learn. In today’s society, kids don’t always have a large neighborhood of kids to play with, so parents have had to step up to the plate when it comes to play. So how can we make play enjoyable for all? This article focuses on balancing play and finding activities fun for both children and parents alike!
Chances are, you live in a state that uses the Common Core standards for your child’s curriculum at school. Don’t be afraid of the Common Core, or whichever set of standards your state uses to teach your child. Instead, choose from one of our innovative apps, designed to help your child reach his or her potential, and prepare them for success in school!
Your child has come a long way in school over the past year, and here comes summer to get in the way of learning! Even if your child is homeschooled, summer fun sometimes distracts kids and parents alike from the important task of learning. Luckily, summer learning doesn’t have to feel like school. Here’s 5 fun DIY ideas to make your own memory games at home this summer!