That wonderful time of life where children explore their worlds and learn new colors, shapes and sounds.

First Born Jealousy

February 12th, 2013 posted by Elizabeth Pantley

Question: Our first-born is showing extreme jealousy towards the new baby. She’s obviously mad at us for disrupting the predictable flow of her life with this new challenger for our […]

Reading to Very Young Children

February 12th, 2013 posted by Betsy Gartrell-Judd

Sure, reading is critical to a child’s success and development and we know experts advise us to start reading to babies as early as six months. But no one said […]

Ready, Set, Go! From Preschool to Kindergarten

February 12th, 2013 posted by Family Corner Staff

by Robert E. Freeman The transition from “little school” to “big school” is not so tough for kids but for moms and dads it can be harrowing. Here’s some advice […]

Encouraging Your Child’s Language : A Foundation for Literacy

February 12th, 2013 posted by Robert E. Freeman, Ed.S

by Robert E Freeman,Ed.S ©, Copyright 1999 My daughter, Alexandra, has been reading since she was around two years old. A genius you might say, but not any different than […]

Family Book Clubs: Creating Good Reading Habits with Our Kids

February 12th, 2013 posted by Jan Finlayson

The economic downturn has us staying at home more often, creating a great opportunity to get reacquainted with reading. With our busy lifestyles, it may seem hard to find the […]

Reading To Our Children

February 12th, 2013 posted by Our Example

As parents, we are bombarded with advice on educating our children; homeschool, public school, private school, or tutoring. It’s an endless debate that we all participate in at some point. […]

Fun Picture Riddles Help with Letter Recognition

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Graduation Caps

February 12th, 2013 posted by Terri Bose

This cute little graduation cap is a fabulous idea for preschool or Kindergarten graduations! Easy to put together and children are proud to wear them and move on in style. […]

Lucky Shamrock

February 12th, 2013 posted by Ann DeLong

This craft is super simple and will help build your child’s developing motor skills by using scissors. Perfect for preschool and Kindergarten students. You will need: Pencil Scissors Glue Light […]

Obvious Letters

February 12th, 2013 posted by Amanda Formaro

Recently, I had the pleasure of perusing this marvelously obvious way to help children learn about the letters of the alphabet. In this book, you won’t find the everyday picture […]

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Orange Carrot Less-Drip Ice Pops

Parents are always looking for ways to sneak some vegetables into their child’s diet. Well, unless your kids are avid carrot lovers, just call these orange ice pops — they’ll […]