We will keep this intro short, we all know the information overload we are facing in the world right now; it is overwhelming. Last night here in Michigan, Governor Whitmer announced the closure of all K-12 schools. We are still processing this information but knowing that it is for the best for many reasons. Paired with our scheduled Spring Break, all this news means my 5 and 6 year olds are home for the next month. The word Homeschool is reverberating stronger and stronger in our minds!
March is Reading Month is here, and elementary schools nationwide are doing their part to encourage students to keep reading on a regular basis. As parents, what can you do at home to work together with your school in order to get your children reading? There are some simple things you can do to incorporate … Read more
Learning Blankets: Creating Fun Educational Moments Learning is supposed to be fun, right? As teachers and parents, we are always seeking new ways to engage our children and students on their educational journey. Co-owner Joanna Serra, a former state level award educator, worked with her team to create Learning Blankets, a new brand under the umbrella of … Read more
Safety. It’s what you think about every single day since getting pregnant. Then your little one is born, and you think about it even more. As you research and read countless articles, your mind is overwhelmed at the rules, products and recommendations. You’re going to be a new mom! You must keep them safe, that … Read more