In school I had a unique, and kind of tedious, study method. I would write up notes in class, type them up at home, then print them and highlight important sections. But now there are apps that practically do that for you – and more! Technology has made it easier for kids to keep up with their studies, and the five tips below will have your kids studying effectively this school year. Continue reading
If your kids are into science, there’s no reason for the learning to stop when school is out. By raiding your pantry and Grandma’s candy supply, you can build a miniature laboratory in your kitchen. These experiments are appropriate for kids as young as six, with varying levels of help from Mom or Dad.
Check out the instructions below for two science-packed summer days.
There is nothing like taking a break from the heat of a summer’s day to stretch out in the shade with a good book. Today’s bookstores and libraries are exploding with tons of hip children’s and young adult literature. While it’s great to have so many choices, take some time this summer to share a book from your childhood with your kids. Before you pick up your next batch of reading material, review this list of six fabulous books to find some literary inspiration. Continue reading