6 Tips for a Happy First Day of Daycare

How a toddler responds to their first day in a child care setting can vary wildly, from coming home excited to tell you about their new friends to coming home in tears begging you to never send them to daycare again. While some children have a tougher time adapting to new settings and experiences, there are specific things you can do to make the first day a more positive experience. Here are six tips for a happy first day of daycare: Read More 

Time Goes So Fast: 4 Steps To Help Your Child Get Ready For Their First Day Of Kindergarten

Summer is almost here. It's time to start thinking of some fun summer activities. It's also time to start getting your little one ready for their first day of school. Whether your child has spent a couple of years in pre-school, or has been home with you, this is the time to make sure they're ready to walk through those doors on the first day of kindergarten. Here are four simple steps you can take to help you child prepare for school. Read More 

3 Things You Can Do To Help Your Child Succeed In Summer School

If your child is struggling in school, you might be wondering if putting them into some sort of summer program will help them to succeed. In many cases, this will be the best thing for them. Here are some things that you can do to improve your child's understanding and learning. 1. If One Way Isn't Working, Change It The first thing that every parent and teacher should know is that all individuals learn so differently. Read More 

3 Ways To Help Your Kids Develop Strong Homework Habits

The earlier your child develops strong homework and study habits, the more prepared they will be for each grade. If you are hoping to get your child into a competitive private school program, demonstrable homework skills are especially important. Here are three ways to help your elementary school-aged child develop strong homework habits: Create the Space for Homework Children are affected by their environments, and many kids have a hard time buckling down and concentrating if their study space is loud, distracting, or chaotic. Read More 

After-Immigration Checklist: 3 Things To Do To Make Your Move To America Easier

After the immigration papers have been processed and you step off the plane for the first time, your journey in the United States is just beginning. Adjusting to living in a new country can be challenging, but there are four things you can do right away to give yourself an advantage as you make your new start.  1. Get a license to drive.  America is unique in that the country is so vast and cities are so spread out that it can very restricting if you are not able to drive. Read More