COVID-19 has created new household juggling acts as we navigate remote work schedules, virtual school for older children, and the closure of thousands of child care centers across the D.C., Maryland, and Virginia area.
Perhaps you sometimes ask yourself—as I do—how can I really support their learning at home?
These are unprecedented times–to say the least—with so many sudden questions.
Empathy is the ability to imagine how someone else is feeling in a particular situation and respond with care. Helping young children to develop a strong sense of empathy is beneficial because…
This time of year, we are frequently faced with the challenge of preventing and containing illnesses such as the cold and the flu in our campuses.
The cold virus can live for 30 minutes on hands, clothing, and toys, so when these things are shared, the germs can spread. Having lots of sniffles early in life may protect kids later on.
At my house, we are always looking for new ways to calm our little ones as they get ready for bed.
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
It is important for parents and teachers to work as a team so home and school can feel more connected. Antidotally, teachers see amazing success when learning from school is reinforced at home and vice versa. Your child will certainly feel the impact and reap the benefits.
Ellen Cromwell is a mom of four and a grandmother of seven…but to all of us…she is the mother of Georgetown Hill Early School. Georgetown Hill is proud to continue the legacy of Ellen Cromwell and her loving, play-centered and content-rich curriculum.