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Ways to Support Your Child’s Teacher During Online Learning
Sept. 7, 2020 Blog post Ways to Support Your Child’s Teacher During Online Learning main image

With schools across the country delivering its lessons in-person, online, or with some combination of both, children are learning new methods of learning as they navigate schooling during a pandemic. Now more than ever before, teachers need your help! It’s important to remember that parents, kids, and teachers are all in this together as we head into the 2020-2021 school year. Read this article to find timely advice for parents and how to help support teachers during full-time or hybrid distance learning!

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Labor Day Crafts for Kids
Sept. 2, 2020 Blog post Labor Day Crafts for Kids main image

Labor Day is often celebrated much like Memorial Day: with cookouts and festivities that don’t actually capture the true meaning of the holiday. This year set the record straight and teach your child the meaning behind this important public holiday. This article discusses the history behind Labor Day and offers up 5 fabulous Labor Day arts and crafts for kids that your little ones are sure to love!

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5 Best Back-to-School Craft Ideas
Aug. 26, 2020 Blog post 5 Best Back-to-School Craft Ideas main image

Does your child need extra motivation to get pumped for heading back to school? Heading back to the classroom after a long summer break can be tough for kids, both young and old. This article reveals 5 of our best ideas to get your child excited by making  crafts that are both fun and functional!

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A Parent’s Guide to the Upcoming School Year
Aug. 17, 2020 Blog post A Parent’s Guide to the Upcoming School Year main image

When it comes to the upcoming school year, there’s no shortage of worries that parents may have regarding the transition from online to in-person or hybrid learning. With many areas still facing virus outbreaks, it’s understandable to have questions about how to keep kids safe. Though some schools are beginning the year online, the ultimate goal is to get back to the classroom sooner rather than later. If you’re worried what that might look like, you’re not alone! This article gives a broad overview of where schools stand with reopening and offers 6 key considerations for transitioning your child back to the classroom when the time comes!

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Teaching and Schooling Pods: Alternative Teaching in Troubled Times
Aug. 11, 2020

You may have seen something about it on the news or social media, but during this strange summer amidst ongoing coronavirus outbreaks, microschooling has become all the rage! If you’re looking to find more information about teaching pods, what they are, and benefits versus disadvantages, you’ve come to the right place! Keep reading to learn about how pods can help both teachers and families! 

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Homeschooling Versus Virtual School: What’s the Difference?
July 28, 2020 Blog post Homeschooling Versus Virtual School: What’s the Difference? main image

We’ve already talked a little bit about the touch choices parents will have to make as students prepare to head back to the classroom, whether in person, or online. But one option that many parents are considering in the age of the coronavirus is to homeschool their children. At this point, you might be asking yourself, “is virtual school homeschool?” It’s a great question, too, because many parents may be confused over what makes it different if kids are learning at home under both modes of instruction. This article is meant to lay out the differences. Keep reading to learn more about these options, and points to ponder when making a decision between the two!

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6 Sizzling Summer Activity Ideas for Families During the Quarantine
July 14, 2020 Blog post 6 Sizzling Summer Activity Ideas for Families During the Quarantine main image

With the pandemic still raging across much of the county, it certainly seems that the summer of 2020 has been cancelled. And after months of quarantine, it’s likely that you and your kids are feeling the fatigued of prolonged social distancing. If you’re looking to rejuvenate the last half of your family’s summer, this article will help! Keep reading to find helpful tips to survive the rest of the season and find 6 fun family activities to do before the new school year begins!

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Teaching Kids about Diversity and Acceptance
July 8, 2020 Blog post Teaching Kids about Diversity and Acceptance main image

Teaching kids about diversity can seem like an overwhelming task! Shouldn’t kids learn about racism and prejudice as they grow older? Though it’s natural to want to protect innocent children from the horrors of our world, we must remember that the overall goal is to raise socially aware, caring, and empathetic individuals. This article focuses on teaching kids about diversity and tolerance and offers way to address this tricky subject with early learners. 

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Online Learning or Face-to-Face: A Parent’s Guide to Choosing Your Child’s Education During a Pandemic
July 6, 2020 Blog post Online Learning or Face-to-Face: A Parent’s Guide to Choosing Your Child’s Education During a Pandemic main image

This month or next, many parents around the country will have to make a difficult decision: whether to send their children back to school. Under normal circumstances, this wouldn’t even be a question for most families, but amidst the pandemic, districts across the nation are offering a choice between returning to campus as usual or continuing with online learning. If you’re agonizing about making this important choice, you aren’t alone! This article discusses in depth what parents should consider as they decide between online or face-to-face learning.

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Festive Fourth of July Crafts for Kids
June 29, 2020 Blog post Festive Fourth of July Crafts for Kids main image

The 4th of July is right around the corner, and it’s time to start preparing for the big day! Teach your child about Independence Day, while sharing patriotism and symbolism by creating fun and festive crafts perfect to celebrate this important summer holiday. Keep reading to discover three exciting 4th of July crafts that are easy to make using common craft supplies!

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