A pandemic hits hard and changes everything, especially how your kids are learning or, in many cases, not learning. Nearly all students across the country went to remote instruction at the end of the 2020 school year, and many are still in that digital world.
Life gets complicated. It’s hard to find a rule book, understand teams, or acknowledge whether there’s even an objective.
Playgrounds are great for gross motor skills, but fine motor skills are just as important. Fine motor skills are important everyday tasks, such as reaching, grasping, and hand-eye coordination.
The year is 1998 and the last place I want to be is at this school desk. Time is ticking away. My eyes dart up and then back down. Kids around me have wrapped up their test and started getting restless.
Independence Day is here and summer break is providing plenty of time for new possibilities! Independence and independent thinking are critical skills for children to master as major components of STEAM education and success. Many families are considering how to use this summer season to promote independence in their children.