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Moving Schools Mid Year: How to Help Your Child Adjust

Moving and starting a new school can be a little scary for kids, especially when moving schools mid-year. It can be intimidating to walk into a classroom where everyone already knows each other and has made friends. With your love, support, and encouragement, however,...

Spooky Dishes Perfect for a Halloween Party

Halloween is fast approaching! Whether you are having a Halloween party at your house or want to take some treats to your little one’s classroom, make sure you have plenty of spooky treats to offer! Halloween Themed Party Foods To make your party extra fun, be sure to...

5 Fun Games to Boost Your Child’s Preschool Math Skills

Studies have found that the earlier you start your little one learning math, the better. Children ages three to five can easily (and most of the time willingly) develop a basic understanding of numbers and counting. When you teach preschoolers math, children are able...

7 Creative Fall Crafts For Kids

Summer is winding down. School is back in session and everyone is getting excited about the cooler temperatures. Why not start fall off right with some creative fall crafts for kids? [bctt tweet="Need a way to get your little ones away from the TV? These fall crafts...

5 Conflict Resolution Skills That Will Help Your Child in School

One thing is for sure, you can’t get through life without dealing with some type of conflict. Because of this, it is important that we teach our children appropriate ways of handling conflict when it rears its head. For parents, it can be easy to step and solve the...

A Visit From The Woodlands Fire Department

The Woodlands Fire Department recently visited our school for an afternoon of fun and education. The children enjoyed seeing the firetruck, handling some of the equipment the fireman use, and learning a little bit about fire safety. An Afternoon With a Big Red Engine...

5 Healthy Recipes Your Child Will Love

Finding healthy foods that your children will love can be a difficult challenge sometimes. Many kids are picky and aren’t up for trying anything new. You don’t want to get in the habit of feeding your kiddo the same foods every day and week. [bctt tweet="Chicken...

Top Separation Anxiety Tips for Parents

When your child starts preschool for the first time, you might find your child in tears, clinging on to you with a strength you never knew they had. It might be difficult to experience, but separation anxiety is normal for young children to experience--especially when...

End of Summer Prep: The Essential Preschool Checklist

It’s the end of summer and your little one is about to head off to a new adventure: preschool! This is an exciting time in your child’s life, and getting them prepared and ready for their first day is an important part of their success. Your child needs not only to...

7 Ways to Encourage Exercise That’s Fun For The Whole Family

Everyone needs to exercise! According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), adults need a minimum of two hours and 30 minutes of exercise a week, and children need one hour of regular exercise per day to stay healthy and fit. It is important to establish healthy...