Children’s Books About Respect That Teach a Lesson

Parents' Corner | May 26, 2020

Respect is an important lesson to teach children, especially when they are still young and impressionable. It’s important for children to respect their friends, teachers, parents, and even themselves! Otherwise, they could unintentionally hurt others, get into trouble, or even become shy and reserved.  Luckily, there are fun ways to teach children about respect through… Read More

Free Learning Tools for Kids

Parents' Corner | May 25, 2020

As a parent and/or teacher, you no doubt want to provide quality education for your children. Believe it or not, there are hundreds of learning tools for kids of all ages available. However, with so many options, it can be close to impossible to find quality learning tools that are not only educational but fun… Read More

Why Do Babies Stare? 5 Reasons Why

Parents' Corner | May 24, 2020

Is your baby staring at people, objects, or seemingly nothing at all? Perhaps you’ve thought it was weird that your baby won’t look away from a stranger’s face. Or perhaps a little creepy that your baby stares at one corner of your room all the time, like s/he sees something you don’t. There is a… Read More

Fun & Educational Things To Do From Home

Parents' Corner | May 23, 2020

With everyone spending less time in public, there are now many activities that can be enjoyed without leaving home. Below you will find a list of activities that we have compiled to help you easily access some great options. Facebook & YouTube Atlantic White Shark Conservancy Science Mom On the Road with Steve Hartman Museums… Read More

7 Children’s Books About Self Esteem

Parents' Corner | May 22, 2020

Is your child shy? Does s/he have low self-esteem? Below, we’ve compiled a list of the best children’s books about self-esteem that teach courage, self-love, and acceptance. Pick out some books to read to your children so they can learn more about cultivating higher self-esteem! Check Out these Children’s Books About Self Esteem to Read During Storytime!… Read More

How Much Water Do Kids Need By Age?

Parents' Corner | May 21, 2020

According to the United States Geological Survey (USGS), babies are made up of 78% water! When a baby reaches one year old, that amount drops to about 65%. To compare, adult men are made up of about 60% water, and adult women are 55%. So what does this mean? Even though babies and kids are… Read More

5 Cute Potty Training Books That Don’t Stink

Parents' Corner | May 21, 2020

Training children to use the toilet is an activity that often proves challenging to many parents. Not every child embraces using the toilet without a fight.  With that in mind, any help to get through this trying period could prove invaluable. Here are five cute potty training books to help make your experience a bit… Read More

How to Deal With Temper Tantrums at Every Age

Parents' Corner | December 19, 2019

Is your child throwing temper tantrums? Most toddlers do! For parents, however, it can be irritating and challenging to deal with. Perhaps you are wondering what the norm is for temper tantrums, how they differ at each age, and how you can manage them as a parent. In this comprehensive guide, you’ll learn all about… Read More

Complete List of Age Appropriate Chores

Parents' Corner | November 26, 2019

Do you think kids should have chores? Believe it or not, chores are incredibly beneficial for children. However, there is a lot to consider before assigning chores to your children. For example, you might wonder what kind of chores to give them, how to divide the tasks fairly, and how to motivate your children to… Read More

The Complete Guide to Types of Parenting

Parents' Corner | November 18, 2019

Parenting! It’s an active role that millions of first-time parents take on each year. However, beyond the nursing books, school district choices, and organic baby food is a more divisive decision that should be resolved before children take their first breaths: parenting style. Parenting is a curious subject that is dependent on personal factors that vary… Read More

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