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Let's learn together! Here you'll find a collection of our expert advice, simple tips, and fun suggestions to help you navigate the unique experience of parenthood.
Let’s face it: Parenting isn’t easy! With that in mind, here is a list of a few easy tips and tricks that will save you some time and make the day run a little smoother. You will spend less energy cleaning and organizing, so you can spend more quality time with your little one. Put […]
Childhood obesity is now the number one health concern among parents in the United States. It affects about 12.7 million children and adolescents. But eating healthy can be a challenge, especially if your child is a picky eater! It is important to create positive mealtime habits now so that your child can make healthier choices […]
Today is World Penguin Day! Did you know these five interesting facts about penguins?
Challenging behavior and positive behavior are actually two sides of the same coin. Children exhibit what we call challenging behavior because they do not yet have the social, emotional, language, and cognitive skills to behave in more positive ways. As early childhood educators, we see challenging behavior as a learning opportunity. Through our responses to […]
This year, Earth Day is Sunday, April 22. This day was created to spread awareness, information, and support of environmental protection across the world. It is the perfect chance for you to talk about recycling, saving water and energy, protecting plants and animals, and reducing pollution. It is important to teach our children how to […]
You just need four simple ingredients to make this sweet and tangy Alaskan Pollock!
Warm spices bring a depth of delicious flavor to this healthy Grow Fit family dinner!
Whip up these simple baked pears for a special after-dinner treat!
Fill in the bracket and play to find out which fruit or veggie will be #1 for your family! (click image below for full instructions + printable bracket)
While at the park, you see your child take a toy away from another child. Your first instinct is to grab the toy away from your child and say something like, “We don’t take toys from people. Now, tell him you’re sorry.” However, many early childhood educators suggest that forcing children to apologize, when they […]
This healthy and super simple recipe is great for either lunch or a quick weekday dinner. Plus, your family gets to customize their bowls to their liking!