Whether your four or five-year-old is ready for some longer read-alouds at bedtime, or your elementary-aged child has discovered the wonder of
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Researchers from the University of Cambridge recently released a report following their study of math anxiety in primary and secondary students. [https://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/290514]
Everyone loves to feel appreciated. With Mother’s Day coming up next Sunday, it’s a great time to think of how you might
Mo Willems: you either already know and love this author, or you know and love this author’s work and just don’t know
You already know that reading aloud to your child daily can have a huge impact on their literacy development. Did you know
Chores: the word has such a negative connotation. But does it need to be that way? Do you remember doing chores when
Lunch. It’s something we enjoy every day, and if your child is at school you’re likely packing them one. We’re here to
If you are just beginning to learn about Montessori education, you’ve probably heard the phrase grace and courtesy. You may be wondering
Learning with all our senses involved allows us to have a fuller, richer experience. Montessori classrooms strive to provide multi-layered sensory opportunities
This post goes out to the frustrated parents. (So, likely all of us at some point.) Challenging behavior is an unfortunate