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​Introduction to Gameschooling

​Introduction to Gameschooling

Posted by Andrea Elliott on May 12th 2021

Why Gameschooling?Games naturally provide some form of structure, making them a natural fit for homeschooling. Though many homeschooling families don’t necessarily depend on structure, the well though … read more
Cheers to Moms: Our Fav. #MomLife Tweets!

Cheers to Moms: Our Fav. #MomLife Tweets!

Posted by Andrea Elliott on May 4th 2021

Life as a Mom is so many things. It's Beautiful, messy, tiring, stressful, rewarding, exhausting, fun, hard, amazing...and the list could go on...and on. One thing's for sure: when you become a Mom, y … read more
10 Mind Blowing Facts About Mothers

10 Mind Blowing Facts About Mothers

Posted by Andrea Elliott on May 1st 2021

1. There are roughly 82.5 million mothers in the United States, more than 2 billion worldwide and approximately 4.3 babies are born every second. About 2% of those US mothers have adopted.2. The avera … read more
Keep Bath Time Fun and Safe!

Keep Bath Time Fun and Safe!

Posted by Andrea Elliott on Apr 26th 2021

Baths are a great opportunity for children and parents to spend quality time together, having fun and establishing a routine. Baths are naturally relaxing and most parents can attest to them being a g … read more
Pretend Play is Real Life Business

Pretend Play is Real Life Business

Posted by Andrea Elliott on Apr 16th 2021

Watch a child at play and you can’t help but smile at their uninhibited creativity. The phrase: Let’s pretend opens up a new world. According to Scholastic.com, pretend play helps children dev … read more
How Babies Discover the World Through Visual Perception

How Babies Discover the World Through Visual Perception

Posted by Dan Gollinger on Apr 7th 2021

When they are first born, babies can see, but only very vague and blurry images. Sight is one of the senses that develops slowly over time. They can recognize faces and contrasts, but until babies are … read more