Your child's teacher spends their whole week providing guidance, mentorship, and education to your child, helping mold them into well-rounded individuals. Going a bit above and beyond to show them how much you and your child appreciate them will help make them feel very special. Whether it's National Teacher Appreciation Day, another holiday, or just because, here are four ways to show appreciation for your child's teacher: Volunteer Your Time
- There are over 6.8 million people in America that use some type of assistive device to help them with mobility. Out of this group, 1.7 of them are in wheelchairs. This amount includes children, and parents of these children may have a hard time finding a daycare that is equipped for wheelchairs. Below are four tips to help you get everything set up properly. Toys Secure things like wood blocks, mixing bowls, paper, etc.
- For some families choosing a school for a child starts with research and tours long before their child is even old enough to walk through the doors. Other parents choose to have their children attend the local public school in their district. Regardless of how a parent chooses a school, it is important to consider how that school meets each child's particular needs. Many parents are now choosing the charter school option where schools have the flexibility and freedom to design a more child-focused curriculum than other schools.
- If you've struggled with your weight for as long as you can remember, you may be dismayed to watch your child beginning to follow in your footsteps. However, being proactive about diet and fitness at an early stage can help your child avoid a lifetime battle by establishing healthy habits early. Read on to learn more about three things you can do to help your overweight child lose the excess pounds and achieve a healthier frame of mind.
- When it comes to early education, pre-k counts for kids who need that extra foundation in learning. Learning the proper techniques for using scissors is a vital part of any child's pre-k development. The action of cutting helps to develop necessary fine motor skills that kids will use later for holding pencils correctly and writing. Although it might sound as though it is a fairly simple task, teaching kids how to properly cut with scissors can be more complex than you'd think.