At the end of the day, acknowledge that you are doing your very best as a parent. Vague societal standards shouldn’t be the measuring sticks we use to define parental success. Whether that’s a 30-minute check-in at the end of each day or an hours-long activity once a week, look at what your children need and do your best to make sure everyone feels valued and loved.
We love when parents get involved in activities at school and at home with their children, so we have included step-by-step instructions for an activity you can do at home to learn more about dinosaurs with your child(ren).
This at-home activity is making one of our favorite Arctic animals: the polar bear! This activity is fun and so easy for every age group. Grab some marshmallows, paint and blue construction paper and start creating. Marshmallow Stamped Polar Bears Materials: Blue construction paper Pencil Tempera paint (white and black) Marshmallows Brush Directions: Show your […]
Goal-setting is one of the most essential lessons a child can be taught. By educating your children on the value of goal-setting, you’ll empower them to always try to achieve their best; consequently, increasing their chances for success in life.