Science Experiments To Try At Home With Kids
19 January 2017
Whether you homeschool, want to supplement your child's public school education, or just want to conduct a fun experiment on a rainy afternoon, science experiments are fun for kids and parents alike. Read on for some fun science experiments to try with your kids.
Tornado in a Bottle
If you have two empty soda or water bottles of the same size in your recycling bin, pull them out to conduct a weather experiment.
How To Help A Child Who Has Trouble Sitting Still In Pre-K
2 August 2016
Little kids like to move around a lot, so the transition to sitting still during preschool can be a tough one. Most teachers help ease children into this by only having them sit still for short periods of time during the first few weeks of school. Still, some students struggle more than others. If your child's preschool teacher has advised you that he or she is having trouble sitting still, there are a few things you can do to work on this issue at home.
3 Ways To Encourage Your Child To Be Independent
16 February 2016
Part of being a preschooler is becoming more independent. As the parent of a preschooler, you have to guide your little one towards independence in a positive manner. Without your guidance, your child could start to assert his or her independence in a negative way. Here are some tips to help guide your child in the right direction.
Allow Your Child To Get Ready
Mornings are usually busy, but it is a great time to encourage independence in your child.
Tips for Affording the High Cost of Private Schools
9 October 2015
If you would like to send your child to a private school but are afraid of the cost, then you might want to keep reading. With the following tips in mind, you should be able to find a great private school for your child without having to pay an arm and a leg.
Ask about Payment Plans
Should you find that coming up with an entire years' worth of tuition all at once is simply not possible for you, you might want to ask about payment plans.