As you’re driving home from school with your kids, you overhear them talking about another child in their class. Your child calls this other student a bully. And says that “they are mean.” As a parent, you may find...
My second grader is currently working on a math unit on counting money. This got me thinking about how we teach kids the value of money. The future will likely hold a time where physical coins and bills are...
  Happy New Year! I love January! It feels like a fresh start and a great time to think about your family routine. As parents, we reflect on the previous year and think about our resolutions for the new year....
Frankly, I have been dropping the ball when it comes to celebrating Martin Luther King Day with my kids. I've gotta do something to recognize the civil rights leader, because January 20 is more than just a day off...
It seems every morning when you turn on the news you see the same story—children are arrested for making false school threats. This morning, some kid posted a vague school threat on Instagram along with pictures of guns. After an...
Because we build connections over social media these days, it's not uncommon for moms to use Facebook groups to find commonality. I feel like I am seeing more rule-breaker moms - moms that find a way to bend the...
Hispanic Heritage Month is from September 15 - October 15 annually. These dates are significant because the independence days of many Latin American countries fall during that time. It's a chance to celebrate the contributions and cultures of Hispanic...
I am a former elementary teacher. I taught for 13 years in all types of schools;  Everywhere between Kindergarten and Fourth grade. I also taught reading for small groups for several years. I loved it!!  Most of the time,...
It's not fair! ALL my friends get money for their good grades! It seems that this is a common thing and the amounts of loot vary greatly. In the new world of insecurities, competition and uncharted land AKA middle...
Daycare is not school. It is daycare, care for young children during the day. And that’s totally okay. A few months ago, another mom at the park asked me if my two-year-old is in school. I answered no, that I...

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