Take the opportunity to use healthy food to teach about math. Along with counting everyday objects, use healthy food images, toys, and actual food.
Routine, routine, routine! That is what the holidays destroy! Young children need routine.
The end of the school year is quickly approaching and so is summer. When I was in the classroom, I looked forward to my summers. Now that I am out of the classroom, I struggle a little with it!
When you live in a world like mine, FOOD can be one of the four letter words that create major STRESS!
“I want to be a scientist when I grow up.”
We are all unique and different. We all have different needs. When our needs are met, we are at our best.
Kindness is a year-round act that should not be defined by a specific holiday. But, a heightened awareness around the issue is always a good thing.
Resistance to technology is like….never riding in a car because there is a chance of an accident.
February is a nice reminder for us how important it is to remember history and a great time to teach about diversity and culture.
Celebrating children through the holiday season, what exactly does that look like?
Life happens and it is full of emotions. Children are not immune to any of the events that happen in our lives. Even if the event does not directly affect them, they can feel it when the adult in their life is stressed.
With all of the recent events in the news, children are bound to be exposed to the information at some point. How much is too much to share with children?
With the holidays upon us, we start to think about what we are thankful for. This is a great time to capture a teachable moment with children.
For most children, the last thing on their mind is homework. Parents can support their children and make homework an engaging time.
What does it mean to join the DPTV Kids Club?