All posts by Emily Remaklus

Teaching Teens Mindfulness

Although schools do their best to provide children and adolescents with coping skills, sometimes the important skill of mindfulness cannot fit in the digital, test-centered school curriculums.

Hayes Presidential offers fun online learning for all ages

The world is certainly living through a historical moment, but why spend that time bored at home when The Hayes Presidential Library and Museums has so much fun to offer online? The Hayes Presidential website has been updated regularly with fun and engaging activities that will keep the kids, and yourself, entertained and learning.  Links

An open letter from a teacher

This is not what we signed up for. That could easily have been said by any administrator, teacher, parent, or student after hearing about the three week school closing. Whether we signed up for it or not, this school closing is happening. Fortunately what I have experienced as a teacher during this time so far

Tips on keeping your tweens (and you!) sane

During the three week school closing, it can be tough to try and keep your tweens entertained, but we came up with some tips that will help keep everyone sane: Create a schedule for home. A benefit of homeschooling? Let those tweens sleep in a bit! No more cranky morning kiddos. Your schedule doesn’t necessarily

Child Care & Preschool Guide 2020

For parents of preschool-aged children, finding the perfect program for their child can be challenging. Preschool is fundamental for a child’s development and the start of their love for learning. To help ease the burden, Toledo Parent has compiled a list of stellar preschools and daycare centers in the Toledo area.