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Groundhog Day 2016, Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow!

According to folklore, if the groundhog sees its shadow on Groundhog Day, it will retreat back into its burrow to hibernate for an additional six weeks of winter. If the groundhog does not see its shadow, it will emerge from its burrow, signifying an imminent end to winter and an early start to spring. Take […]


Martin Luther King Jr. Day

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, teach your child about the life and times of this American Civil Rights hero, who led millions of people in the fight for racial equality. Take time today to do activities and discuss the importance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with your children. Read More On… familyeducation.com

Way Back Wednesday: January 2016

10 Things We Learned From Star Wars: With the release of Star Wars 7 last month, let’s take a look back at the “jedi knowledge” these life changing movies taught us. Which Star Wars movie was your all time favorite? Read More on starwars.com

Fun With Montessori: Snowflake Activity

Whether you wait all year to see the fluffy white snow hit the ground or you would rather stay in the warmer climates, this Montessori activity will keep you and your family entertained in any weather. This Snowflake activity helps children develop visual recognition of symbols, patterns, order and of course, memory. Read More on montessoriprintshop.com

Parents Corner: Homework Help

6 Ways to Help Your Elementary School Student With Homework Homework can be frustrating for your child and you. Here are 6 tips from Scholastic to help alleviate homework frustration, and make homework time a more positive experience for both children and parents. Read More on scholastic.com…

Kindergarten Readiness

Is your child ready for Kindergarten? A recent article in Bloomberg titled “Ten Reasons Why Early Childhood Education Pays Off”, states that “when a young child enters kindergarten ready for school, there is an 82 percent chance that child will master basic skills by age 11, compared with a 45 percent chance for children who […]

Montessori at Home January 2016

A Montessori Set Up: Organizing The Chaos of Toys As the holiday season comes to an end, organizing the chaos of toys is now necessary. Find out simple ways to achieve this the Montessori way! Read More on wildflowerramblings.com…

January 2016 Baby Signs

January 2016 Baby Sign Language: Keep the conversation going with your child at home by using Baby Sign Language. This month we are learning book, comb, moon, socks, song and many more… For more information about Monthly Baby Signs, please contact your nearest location.