It’s second nature for parents to focus on reading at home with their early learner. We all know the benefits of dedicating time and space to help children develop good reading skills and a lifetime habit of reading for...
Almost all of us agree we would like to raise kind and caring children.  We can tell our children to “be kind to each other” or to “say please and thank you,” but true kindness education comes from what...
Reading with children remains a cherished parenting ritual, one that has withstood the test of time. Whether it happens every night at bedtime or sporadically to fit busy schedules, reading with your child and reading to your child offers...
At Casa, you are always welcome. This year Casa de Corazón has adapted to the ever evolving landscape in order to continue offering the best child care for your little ones. We hold our centers to the highest of...
Welcome to the newfangled 2020 school year! Raise your hand if you are working from home AND facilitating your school ager’s online learning. Now, take that hand, turn it around and give yourself a pat on the back. Bravo!...
As a new parent, you want to give your baby the best start in life, and a big part of supporting early brain development is stimulating your baby’s brain. Brain development plays a significant role in your baby’s overall cognitive...

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This isn’t your typical first-day-of-school recollection story. Nope. It's not really about what I remembered that day, but about what he found important. An experience valuable enough to be tucked away into the vast recesses of his five-year-old mind. In our...
Dear Mama Educators, As the spring of distance learning is behind us, and the joy of summer has come to a close, the new school year has officially begun. With the start of another year, you may be feeling tired...
A few weeks ago on the night before our son started kindergarten, we read a book as a family called On the First Day of Kindergarten. Even as I read it to him, I knew none of it was...
On March 12th, my kids tumbled off the school bus for spring break. I don’t have any photos from that day. I looked, but only found a collection of screenshots on my phone. An article I texted to my...
Whether in-person, online, or hybrid learning, be sure your child is challenged by using his or her executive function skills as school resumes this fall. At Kinderberry Hill Child Development Centers, we believe it's never too early to start introducing...
At the end of March, a team at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence launched a survey to help learn about the emotional lives of teachers during COVID-19. In a span of just three days, they received over 5,000...
This fall as students head back to class it will unilaterally be a new and different experience for kids and parents alike, with most schools choosing an academic hybrid model. While change can feel daunting and uncertain, there are...
Returning to school will look very different this year—from new safety protocols, to online learning, and varied attendance schedules, it is a new experience for all of us. Preparing ahead of time can help ease some of the stress...

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I had packed in record time while my two three-year-old boys—Cooper & Quincy—and my four-year-old daughter—Miloh—buzzed around me with excitement. Long ago, I had...
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