By Lindsey Melden and Erin Schoen Marsh COVID has presented many problems for the educational community, but one rising trend is the teaching of languages in virtual and homeschooling situations. Parents who have always wished their children could learn another language at school are using this time to introduce their little ones to Arabic, Spanish,
Many childhood milestones revolve around teeth. A child’s first lost tooth is a momentous occasion and often involves his/her first visit from the tooth fairy. Then there’s the highly-anticipated visit to the dentist, which can be stressful for some kids. Those bright lights, unfamiliar people and strange sensations can even make adults feel anxious! These
Helping kids ease into new routines September is here and with it comes a sense of transition and change for our family. Some of the change is welcome and expected like the start of school and the change of weather from the heat of summer to cooler, breezier days. But change can also bring a
We’ve got just a few more weeks of summer left and hopefully, you and your family are making the most of it with long days spent poolside and warm nights outdoors watching the stars or fireflies. Some of my favorite stories are set in summer time, probably because summer is the perfect time for adventures.