Teaching Children about Personal Space
It’s wonderful to see children who are comfortable with everyone and want to give everyone they meet a hug. While this is endearing, many people are uneasy having strange children…
Incorporating Academics into a Daily Schedule
Sometimes children are home for the week and have schoolwork that must be accomplished. This can be the result of various situations – from a contagious medical condition to a…
Help! Common Core Math Homework
For those who were taught traditional math, helping children with common core math homework can be a struggle. It helps to understand the underlying concept of common core math –…
What Do Children Learn in Preschool?
When children turn four years old, some states will have pre-kindergarten or preschool classes. The US education system invests in early childhood education as kids who attend preschool programs are…
Tips for Hiking With Kids to Get Outside and Connect with Nature
By Nancy Baker, Co-Founder of ChildMode. The views expressed in this post are those of a contributor and do not necessarily represent the views of Amslee Institute. Hiking…
What is Positive Parenting?
It seems there are a million ways to raise a child and experts publish new books each year. There are a lot of parenting techniques and buzz words, so let’s…
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