Monthly Archives: February 2014

Reading Tips – For Toddlers

By |February 28th, 2014|

The world of a toddler is all about movement and action. With their short attention spans and constant need for different stimulating experiences, it can be hard to get them to sit still and pay attention throughout reading time. However, it important to realize that quiet reading time isn’t the only way to practice literacy […]

Get Smart this Valentine’s Day!

By |February 10th, 2014|

Valentine’s Day gets a bad rap for being a “hallmark holiday”, but it can truly be a great opportunity to share loving messages and memorable moments with the ones you care about. It can also be a chance to mix love and affection with brains and education!
Often Valentine’s Day treats and activities are centered around […]

Introducing Solids to Your Baby

By |February 4th, 2014|

There are various common misconceptions and many myths about when and why to start giving babies solid foods. However, science has convinced most experts that it is best to wait six months before attempting to introduce solids into a baby’s diet. We have compiled important information from early childhood professionals to explain why.

Why Wait on […]