As the pandemic continues to influence how our kids are growing up, it’s important to encourage them in healthy habits, even with the changing environment around them. Experts at the University of Cambridge have found that many kids learn by imitation, meaning they often pick up on the habits and lifestyles they are seeing around them. Continue reading →
Your child’s education is incredibly important to their development, especially when they’re under the age of 8. It often creates a path to success or failure within your child’s educational life. If kids are engaged in fun, exciting learning experiences and activities during early childhood, they’ll have a better association with the school as they move forward. Continue reading →
It’s the time of year to give thanks to our great God! Parents and teachers diligently remind children to say “please” and “thank you,” and those reminders pop up more in this season of thankfulness. But do good manners really teach our children to be thankful?