Perhaps you sometimes ask yourself—as I do—how can I really support their learning at home?
Gardening gives kids great opportunities to learn about their environment and basic biology, and to take on responsibility by planting, watering and weed picking.
We’ve created some categorized lists so you can easily access educational resources that your family might enjoy the most during this unique time.
Here is Part Two in our series of online learning resources for children and families to explore at home: Geography, Art/Museums and Science.
Welcome to Part Three in our series of resources you can find online to keep your kids busy at home! The lists below include resources for: Reading, Math, Foreign Language, and Crafts/Games.
Looking for some creative ways to spend time while you’re home for the holidays? Here are 3 easy projects to try!
The spirit of ‘giving’ is all around us at this time of year—which makes it is an excellent time to teach even very young children about the benefits of giving back to others.
As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, there is no better time to teach young children about the concept of gratitude. Here are 8 ways to encourage more grateful kids
More and more kids in the U.S. are practicing yoga each year. In a 2017 study, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that more than 8 percent of 4- to 17-year-olds had practiced yoga in the past year
In May we are introducing our final signature unit of the year—Water! Each age group will explore different bodies of water and the amazing scientific properties of this precious resource!