14 SWEET IDEAS FOR VALENTINE’S DAY
Since many children are missing out on usual traditions, why not make Valentine’s Day extra fun this year? Here are 14 ideas to help make this a memorable Valentine’s Day!
15 Ways to Celebrate Black History Month
Black History Month (February) is often something that is recognized at school, but is your family doing anything to celebrate or discuss it at home? Literature, food, music and art are fabulous ways to expose children to different cultures and experiences. Plus, early exposure to a variety of books and characters helps develop acceptance and understanding at a young age. If you haven’t started diversifying your family’s bookshelf, consider doing so this month. Here are 15 ways to celebrate Black History Month.
Surprise! There’s a Silver Lining in Challenging Times
One of the biggest concerns expressed by parents in these challenging times is how to help kids cope with the disappointment and frustration of life turned upside down.
Smart Snacking for Heart Health
February is American Heart Month, a great time to mindfully develop (or re-establish) better eating habits and take charge of heart health. To take the guesswork out of identifying snacks that offer the most benefits, we’ve compiled expert snacking tips and a list of healthy, kidfriendly foods.
Benefits of Choosing a Private School
As families continue to ride the roller coaster of changes, many parents are exploring what other educational options they have. Here are the many benefits to choosing a private school education.
Creative Arts and Sports Why they’re important right now
Involving kids in the arts and sports offers a much-needed release, social connection, and critical developmental tools. Read on to hear from experts about how the arts and sports help shape kids’ brains and what you can do to help them use extracurricular time in the healthy ways.