Summer is just around the corner. Do you really want your kids to spend their summer watching T.V. or playing video games? You're both better than that. Check out these ideas to see if they appeal to you and your kids:
Even the smallest connected moments are the seeds by which everything else grows. Rethinking the way we interact with our kids as they grow older is both exciting and a challenge, so work in small blocks of time with manageable goals.
Learning over the holidays should happen spontaneously and naturally. It should be a situation where the child is intrinsically motivated to learn something new. Tap into a child's interests and encourage them to explore what inspires them most.