Montessori at Home: Three Whole Brain Learning Games for Preschool-Age Children

When you're preschool age children, usually your wiggly youngsters would rather be playing more than practicing spelling and math. As their teacher at home, your challenge is to keep your child or children interested, engaged, and continuing to meet important educational milestones no matter how … Read more about Montessori at Home: Three Whole Brain Learning Games for Preschool-Age Children

5 Tips for Getting Toddlers with Picky-Eating Habits to Try New Foods

"No! I want French Fries and Pop!" "I don't like that" "I don't want that sauce!" These are the sounds of parenthood; at least it is for those who have toddlers with picky-eating habits. This doesn't always happen over a long period of time either, this can be your child in less than two … Read more about 5 Tips for Getting Toddlers with Picky-Eating Habits to Try New Foods

5 Ways Lego Tape Can Transform Your Toddler’s Play Time

No doubt you're familiar with the fantastic, imagination building and logic inspiring variety of legos. Through small plastic toys that snap together, children can learn how to build almost anything. Castles, bridges, spaceships, mega-monsters, trains, and detailed little neighborhoods filled with … Read more about 5 Ways Lego Tape Can Transform Your Toddler’s Play Time

Practical Tips for Traveling with Young Children during the Holidays

Whether you are traveling across the country on a plane or traveling a few hours by car, traveling with young children during the holidays gets rough. Kids are excited to get to the destination where there will be yummy food, fun relatives, and room to run around. Try to stave off the destination … Read more about Practical Tips for Traveling with Young Children during the Holidays