Monthly Archives: October 2015

Spooky Halloween Stories Encourage Kids To Read More
3:58 pm , October 18, 2015 1

Spooky Halloween Stories Encourage Kids To Read More

Spooky Halloween stories encourage kids to read more, and play an important role in their emotional education. If your child is a reluctant reader, introducing him to a scary Halloween story may be the nudge he needs to be captivated and to discover that reading can be fun. Another benefit is that spooky stories allow {Read More}

Children Benefit By Practicing Year-Round Thanksgiving
7:04 pm , October 7, 2015 1

Children Benefit By Practicing Year-Round Thanksgiving

Children receive lifelong benefits from learning gratitude and practicing thanksgiving all year long. Gratitude is a difficult concept to teach to normally self-centered and self-involved young children, but that is when the teaching should begin. If your children haven’t learned to be thankful as preschoolers, it’s not too late. Thanksgiving Day is a reminder to {Read More}