Monthly Archives: October 2014

Six Spooky Science Experiments for Kids

By |October 24th, 2014|

‘Tis the season to get creepy!  These fun activities will keep your kiddos entertained, and will teach them a little something about the mysterious power of science! Talk about how these experiments work to learn new things together, and get excited for the spookiest time of year at the same time.

Oozing Pumpkin –This cool experiment […]

Recognizing and Confronting Bullying

By |October 6th, 2014|

What Does Bullying look like? In her new book, author and social worker Signe Whitson points out that there are many types of unpleasant behavior that adults sometimes term as bullying, but are more accurately describes as rudeness or meanness. The author notes that the actions adults need to identify as bullying, and strive to eliminate, […]

Make the Most of Parent-Teacher Conferences

By |October 1st, 2014|

As a parent, you are your child’s first and most important teacher. You and your child’s school have something in common: You both want your child to learn and do well. When parents and teachers talk to each other, each person can share important information about your child’s talents and needs. Each person can also […]