If ever there was an all around creativity, problem solving, and thinking builder, it would be math! With a strong foundation for how math is used and its potential for solving problems, young children can get the right start to their relationship with math. Through the use of.... read more
The decision to sign kids up for music lessons may seem like an easy one. Music education is beneficial in so many ways. Who wouldn’t want their child to have that experience? But what music teachers don’t usually tell you before you take the plunge is that takin.... read more
Home is the first school house. And children's attitudes about books and reading begin at home at the earliest ages.Pretty much all children start out loving books. Young children display their love of books in all kinds of ways: piling them high to makes towers; pulling the.... read more
One of the consolations of this end of summer, beginning of fall (and school) season is that, in many places, we are entering the full abundance of local harvests. If you've been going to the farmers' market since early summer, then you will be aware of the change: few.... read more
Greetings to fall! We're so glad to see you again. And now that we're over the back-to-school hump, we are ready to welcome you with open arms. The little kids especially can't wait for you to start turning the trees from green to red, orange, yellow and brown. They are .... read more
When days are getting shorter and you need a sweater in the morning, forests turn crimson red, chestnut brown and golden yellow. It's time to plan a family trip to your favorite spot! While fall foliage in New England takes the cake in terms of spectacular displays, fall colo.... read more
The new school year is underway, and the kids are pretty well into their routines, right? They've gotten used to new teachers and a new mix of classmates. School has settled into its usual rhythm, and after-school activities have begun in earnest. We parents have figured ou.... read more
Leaves are everywhere! That means freely available, beautiful materials for making seasonal crafts and decorations with the children. Even if you are not the crafty type, there is something irresistible about all of the red and yellow-tinged leaves floating down from the trees.... read more
More and more, it seems, there are so many different kinds of activities and classes geared to the little ones. Deciding which ones to try and which to pass on sometimes gets confusing. There are all the wonderful music classes that encourage you to bring your baby before he c.... read more
Life is changing, always. Never is this truer than during the month of September. For kids, it's back-to-school time, with all of the adjustments that brings. It's exciting and scary, all at the same time.But what about for parents? Especially parents who have been all-out,.... read more
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