Cool Winter Science Experiments to Blow Your Kid’s Mind

Jan. 14, 2019

The weather is cold and the days are dreary, making it a perfect time to stay inside! Time spent indoors need not be boring. Take full advantage of the time spent indoors by reviewing and practicing critical science skills. In fact, why not inject some wintery-themed fun into your child’s lessons by completing some winter science experiments? Keep reading to find five fabulously fun ideas for experiments that will excite your early learner over the winter months!

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Fun Games for Early Learners to Learn the 50 States

Jan. 7, 2019

If your kids are like most people, they probably find sitting and labeling a map quite a tedious activity. Let’s be honest: memorizing states and capitals can be downright boring for kids! But what if learning geography doesn’t have to be boring? In fact, a USA geography game for kids should be upbeat and engaging, encouraging kids to learn even more about the country and our culture. 

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10 Cool Facts About the History of Chess Your Kids Will Love

Dec. 29, 2018

You probably already know teaching chess to kids is a wonderful way to stimulate your child’s intellect and grow his or her critical analysis skills through exciting gameplay. However, sometimes it’s easy for kids to be tempted by the technology that surrounds us every day. More and more often, kids are turning to video games and TV for entertainment, both of which aren’t very stimulating and are hardly educational. Give your child motivation to get started or keep going. This article focuses on the fascinating facts surrounding the history of chess your child will love! 

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Winter Math Games for Preschoolers and Kindergarteners

Dec. 24, 2018

The long winter months are upon us, and the Christmas magic has officially worn off. Keep these long dreary winter days exciting for your child using winter math activities for preschoolers and kindergarteners your child is sure to love! This article offers you 5 fabulous winter-themed math games and activities that can be played inside the house on a snowy day, or even outdoors when the weather is just right! Keep your child’s motivation for learning high even on snow days away from school!

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Christmas Family Traditions Your Family Will Love

Dec. 17, 2018

The holiday season is the most magical time of the year, as many families have celebrations and customs that have been handed down for generations. Even so, it’s easy to make the season even brighter for your favorite little learner. Read this article to discover fun-filled and festive family Christmas traditions that you can start with your kids to make this Christmas, and every Christmas more special!

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5 Easy Christmas Gifts Your Kids Can Make at Home

Dec. 10, 2018

With kids’ limited resources, how can parents make sure kids are able to give gifts to family and friends in an authentic way that doesn’t break the bank? The answer: DIY Christmas gifts for kids! Keep reading to find five fabulous ideas for homemade gifts that your child will love to make, and your family will be delighted to receive!

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Raising Kids in a Digital Age: Preventing Tech Tantrums

Dec. 8, 2018

Never before have kids been so tech savvy. With constant internet access and high-tech tablets and smartphones, it’s no wonder that preschoolers are quickly becoming better at figuring out technology than their own parents or grandparents! This next article will take you through steps to prevent tech tantrums so your little learner can get the most out of their technology - without the fuss! 

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Best Ideas for Teaching Citizenship to Early Learners

Dec. 3, 2018

As parents, it’s easy to get lost in the daily routine, helping kids with homework and pushing them to achieve their potential every day. But learning all the math and science available won’t make kids productive and contributing members of society. That’s why it’s critically important to instill within our kids a sense of civics and community. This article takes a look at teaching citizenship to elementary students, and will give you 6 great ideas to use with your child. 

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Technology as a Tool in Early Education

Nov. 30, 2018

Technology sometimes gets a bad rap with parents. Since the invention of the television, there has been much debate over whether or not new technology helps or hurts our children. Read the following article to find out what types of technology should be employed as a tool to help your little learners grow. 

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A Parent’s Guide to Reading Aloud with Early Learners

Nov. 26, 2018

Reading aloud to children is undoubtedly one of the most important activities for kids as they learn critical early literacy skills. But how can parents be confident that read-aloud sessions are effective and promoting continued progress and success? Read this article to find the ultimate parent’s guide to read alouds, including how to choose the right books, as well as useful techniques that teachers use during daily reading. 

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