Compassion is one of the most important things we can teach to our children. While many children show a sense of compassion in their early years without being taught, that can quickly vanish as they watch their peers, observe how people interact with one another, and take in different messages
As a parent, you both love and dread summer. It gives you and your kiddos a chance to spend some quality time together, get out in the gorgeous weather, and take part in fun summertime activities. On the other hand, it means your children are no longer in school and
Creativity is an important aspect of your children’s development. When you encourage your child to think and be creative, you are helping them to develop mental, social, and emotional skills. An article from Parents mentions that when your child creates art, their ability to analyze and problem-solve in a variety
Most parents try hard to make sure their children stay active and get outside. While it sounds like an easy enough task, every parent knows that it can be difficult to get the kiddos outside, no matter how hard you try. During the summer you may try everything to get
As your child grows and begins their educational career, you may think that math, science, and literacy are the most important subjects in school. While your child will likely use these subjects more than others, each and every subject is important for kiddos. Learning a variety of things in school
Children learn a lot at a young age. From the time they are born to when they head to kindergarten, they will learn numbers, letters, how to talk, how to walk, social skills, motor skills, and so many other things. It is amazing how much they learn and how quickly.
The first few years of your child’s life are some of the most important. They will go from helpless bundles of joy to walking, talking toddlers. They will become curious about the world, ask questions nonstop, and learn through exploration. Before your very eyes, your kiddo will grow, develop, and
Creativity is normal in a child, but some children do not have as much of a creative spirit as others. Creativity is important for children to develop as they grow. It can help with problem-solving skills, boost self-confidence, and help your child think about the world differently. Keeping your child