I know that school may be out for most of us for the summer, but I think it is important to continue your child's education.  Just because your kids are on their summer vacations doesn't mean the learning should be on vacation as well.  When learning is fun kids learnRead More →

I want to share with you two great links today. First is Information Please, a wonderful website where you can find information on a myriad of things. There are almanacs, a dictionary, timelines and campaign 2008, to name a few. Infoplease will make a great addition to your educational resources.Read More →

Holocaust Remembrance Day is May 2nd.  This can be an excellent opportunity to teach your children about the Holocaust.  I will be concentrating mainly on the K-4th grade levels, with emphasis on 1st grade, as that is the level I will be working at with my son.  This topic isRead More →

As I talked about earlier, my son will be attending public school and as I also mentioned, we are supplementing his education.  I’d like to share with you some of the great resources out there for home schooling , supplementing education or if your child has trouble with a particularRead More →

  We decided to send our son to public school. We enrolled him in preschool, two days a week, just before he turned 4 years old and discovered that he loves school! The reason for our decision to send him to preschool was for socialization and preparedness for kindergarten. HeRead More →