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Posts Tagged: education
Many schools aren’t offering online options for preschoolers, and on top of everything else, the onus is on parents to close the gap.
Sunday August 9th is Book Lover’s Day. Who doesn’t love books? Check out a local bookstore and pick up something new to read.
Kids are sponges — why not allow them the opportunity to soak up another language right now?
Prepping for kindergarten is more important than ever. Here’s what you — and more importantly, your child — need to know.
You accompany your kids to a casual play date with the kids next door. The mom turns to you and says, “So, I’ve decided I’m going to homeschool!” You say, “Wow that’s great!” At that moment, so many questions pop into your head: “Why?” or, “Should I do that, too?” Homeschooling has become so popular… Read more »
Scouts, drama, chess, choir, art club, martial arts, cheerleading, gymnastics, marching band, dance, engineering club, swim team, video gaming club — phew! That’s a lot of stuff! And those are just a few of the activities kids can get involved in! Getting your child involved in after-school activities is important for his social and emotional… Read more »
Sponsored by Bethany School Kindergarten teachers understand that little kids get squirmy and have loads of energy, so at Bethany School a kindergarten day has to include lots of, well, flexibility. “Instead of ‘High School Musical,’ it’s ‘Kindergarten Musical!’” says Karen Gately, a kindergarten teacher at Bethany School, a private school for… Read more »
It’s best to teach foreign languages to children when they’re young — from birth to ages 10 or 12, research shows. La Casita Learning Center, located at 5641 Union Centre Dr. in West Chester, offers a Spanish immersion preschool program for ages 30 months through 5 years. The curriculum aims to make children fluent in… Read more »
Parents often ask their kids what they want to be when they grow up, but Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) takes that question very seriously. A new initiative called My Tomorrow tackles the task of preparing high schoolers for what happens after they graduate. With a mix of rigorous academics, technology support, and strong relationships with adult… Read more »