Fall is a colourful season full of falling leaves, yummy treats, spooky costumes and fun with family and friends. These 21 easy DIY fall crafts will bring the family together and help you make your home holiday ...READ MORE >
Contrary to popular belief, creativity is not strictly innate, it’s a skill just like any other than needs to be inspired, incentivized, and nurtured to fruition. In fact, creativity stems from a child’s inherent need for exploration and discovery, which is exactly why it’s so important for a young child ...READ MORE >
Have you ever thought of encouraging your child to publish their own storybooks? Does the idea of creating something that is their own excite them? Imagine reading a book that your child wrote at bedtime or even having a whole bookcase of your child’s books to read at any time! ...READ MORE >
I bet the last thing your child wants to do when going back to school is writing (or more homework as they’ll say)! Not to worry we have come up with 12 back to school writing prompts that will help your child settle in and take away those first day ...READ MORE >
Have you ever thought of keeping a journal? There are many types of journals out there that serve a variety of purposes. For example, you can use a journal to record the things you’re grateful for. Listing these things can help you de-stress and feel more positive about your life. ...READ MORE >
If staring at a blank piece of paper is daunting for you, then writing that first sentence can be a big hurdle for children just learning to write. Vision boards provide a fun, interactive springboard into any writing project that turn writing into more of an art project than a ...READ MORE >
Young children learn and acquire new skills at a remarkable pace, as they learn how to navigate and interact with the world around them. As they play and explore, children are constantly developing their motor, cognitive, and social skills, all of which will aid them throughout their lives as they ...READ MORE >
When school’s out for summer, many children are happy to leave their books and pens behind. A carefree summer of playing, making friends and going on adventures are what many prefer. While all those things are really important for child development and should be encouraged, it is also equally important ...READ MORE >
After a while, the common refrain in every “exciting” summer vacation for every child is “I’m bored”. No matter what you suggest, your child will complain that they have nothing to do or nothing is interesting enough. Fortunately, with a few bright ideas, there are a number of activities you ...READ MORE >
Going back to school or the first day of school can be an exciting and scary time for grownups. But for kids it can be the most nerve-wracking time of their early years. The anxiety, the worry and the fear of something new can be a really scary thing for ...READ MORE >
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