1. The Benefits of Art For Kids

    Many parents want their children to be good at math and science. They understand that reading is an important part of their child’s education. While math, science, and reading are all important parts of your child’s learning and development, there is another side to their education as well as their brain. The brain is made up of two hemispheres, the left and the right. The left hemisphere is w…Read More

  2. Tips For Raising Caring Children: Part 2

    When it comes to raising children, one thing that every parent hopes for is for their child to be caring and compassionate. Raising caring children is not hard work, but it takes time, love, and certain parenting traits. If you really care to raise children who are caring, you will make sure to work hard and put in the effort to teach your child to be a compassionate human being. At Montessori Sch…Read More

  3. Tips for Raising Caring Children

    As a parent, there are so many things that you want for your children. You want them to be successful. You want them to have a love for learning and find something to be passionate about. You want them to have friends, do well in school, and enjoy being a kid while they still can. Being a parent is one of the most challenging things you can be. There is no formula for raising your child perfectly …Read More

  4. Places to Bring Your Kids Where They Can Learn

    During weekends, it is likely that you will want to spend some quality time with your kids and do something fun. While you can always head to the park or to an ice cream shop, there are so many places to bring your kids where they can have fun and learn a thing or two at the same time! We know that your child’s academics is important to you as a parent, but we also know that you want them to hav…Read More

  5. Why Play is Important for Children

    While we all want our children to succeed in school, be at the top of their math class, and read for fun, academics is not the only important thing in a child’s life. While school and practicing their work can help them improve and learn new skills, there are many different ways a child learns. One of those methods being play. Play is so important in a child’s development and learning. Accordi…Read More

  6. Teaching Your Child Social and Emotional Skills

    The first few years of life are so important. Not only do children learn about the world around them but they also develop different skills. These skills include everything from motor skills and language skills to emotional and social skills. Many parents think that cognitive skills are the most important because they give your child the ability to think, learn, read, remember, and pay attention. …Read More

  7. Helping Your Children Develop Motor Skills

    As babies begin to grow, they develop and learn different skills, and many of these skills are learned simply by observing and trying things for themselves. Play is another way they learn. Playing helps to develop their gross and fine motor skills. Gross motor skills are large body movement, like running or jumping, while fine motor skills are small body movement, like coloring and doing other cra…Read More

  8. Finding the Right Child Care Center For Your Children

    Finding the right child care is hard but extremely important. Parents want their children to get the best possible care and be able to go to work with confidence, knowing their children are in good hands. When deciding on a child care center for your children, you want to do research and ensure that the centers you are considering are good quality, follows health and safety guidelines, and gives y…Read More

  9. The Importance of Getting Kids Outside

    Summer was once a time for fishing, camping, exploring unknown areas, and playing in the yard with friends. With the rise of technology it is more important than ever before to get your kids outside, playing, and enjoying nature starting at a young age. As kids we would play ghost in the graveyard, freeze tag, and ride our bikes around the neighborhood. We would play street hockey, basketball, and…Read More