Building Body Positivity: Teaching Kids About the Beauty of Changes

As parents, one of the most crucial conversations we can have with our children revolves around their bodies and the changes they will undergo throughout their lives. Beyond the traditional "birds and the bees" talk, fostering a continuous and positive dialogue about bodily changes is essential, instilling in them a sense of body positivity and self-acceptance. In this article, we'll explore the significance of teaching kids about the beauty of changes and how it contributes to building a foundation of body positivity that lasts a lifetime.

Building Body Positivity: Teaching Kids About the Beauty of Changes

Are You Ready to Take the Next Step for Your Teaching Career?

Teaching is one of the most impactful and important roles in any community. These are the people who open doors, shape minds, and provide support for a range of pupils from kindergarten to classrooms filled with adults. There is always something to learn and something to do, but are you ready to take the next step in your teaching career? Let’s find out.

Are You Ready to Take the Next Step for Your Teaching Career?

Helping Your Child Master Numbers

No matter what type of schooling you have, numbers will come up. In mainstream schools, and sometimes to get into colleges, you will need math - although it doesn’t come easy to everyone. Some children see numbers that make sense, but for others, it feels tough.

Helping Your Child Master Numbers


And while everyone learns at a different speed, you can do many things to help your child master numbers at a speed that supports their natural learning.

Best Ways for Kids to Review 5th Grade Math

You can help your kids review 5th grade math by deploying effective methods that encourage both the learning and retention of math concepts. Both teachers and parents can combine their efforts to ensure that kids understand the newly introduced math concepts of decimals and fractions, unit conversions, and graphing among others.



The point is to make review easy and fun for the kids, especially during the summer or holidays when they can easily forget what they learned at school. If you have 5th grade kids and really want to encourage them to review math effectively, here are the best ways to do so.

11 Tips for Teaching Your Kids About Respect and Care for Elders

Elders are the pillars of wisdom and experience in our society. Recognizing their invaluable contribution and treating them with the respect and care they deserve is an essential virtue that children need to learn. This blog will not only stress the importance of teaching children the values of respect and care towards the elderly but will also provide you with ten invaluable tips to help instill these values. Following these guidelines will result in more than just teaching life lessons; you'll be shaping compassionate, respectful individuals who appreciate the cycle of life.


11 Tips for Teaching Your Kids About Respect and Care for Elders


Becoming a Teacher: The ABCs

Teachers are one of the most important elements of our society. Becoming one requires a combination of education, experience, and personal qualities. Anyone can join the ranks of educators shaping the young minds that will lead the future.

Becoming a Teacher: The ABCs


If you want to dip your toe in the teaching waters, this quick guide should help put you on the right path. Learn from this guide; it is a teacher, and soon you will be too.

7 Things Every Teacher Should Know

Teaching is an incredibly rewarding profession, as it offers the opportunity to shape young minds and help them grow into well-rounded individuals. While it can be a challenging job, there are some key things that every teacher should know to make their job easier and more successful. From understanding how students learn best to know how to manage a classroom effectively, these tips will ensure that teachers have all the tools they need for success. S, whether you’re a veteran teacher or just starting, here are seven crucial things that every teacher should know:



7 Effective Ways to Teach Your Kid to Write Essays

Classroom settings do not often provide enough time to practice essay writing, and the technology-driven environment does not give many opportunities to improve the skills. This forces the parents to pick up the slack, and it can be a tough task. But there are several things you can do at home to improve children’s writing skills. 


Different Ways To Teach Your Kids Practical Skills At Home

Different Ways To Teach Your Kids Practical Skills At Home


As parents, we only want the best for our children. We hope that they will have access to great opportunities to develop skills that will benefit them in adulthood. It can sometimes be difficult to instill practicality in our kids, as we’re busy enough just trying to keep them happy and healthy. But that doesn’t mean it is something to be pushed aside. Whenever an opportunity arises for them to master something new that will come in handy, try to get them involved. You can do this with daily tasks that you are undertaking yourself, such as the following:

10 Crafty Ways To Teach Your Child During Summer

As your kids stay home for the summer holidays, they are bound to miss out on new information and skills. They may end up losing up to a whole semester of reading skills and mathematical skills from their school year. Therefore, it's up to you to ensure that they keep acquiring new skills or at least retain the ones they've received.


10 Crafty Ways To Teach Your Child During Summer


If your kids genuinely dislike the school curriculum, they will transfer this resentment and frustration with their school to you. However, making your kids do homework or review flashcards repels them from the whole idea of learning. It would help develop fun and entertaining ways to deconstruct your kids' most challenging subjects subtly. For instance, math learning games can transform the attitude of one of your kids struggling with algebra or fractions.

Furthermore, your learning sessions should involve your children's extensive participation. If they participate in their daily routines, you won't have to worry about focus loss. Sometimes, treating your children with confidence in their judgement asserts their inner drive and competence. The following are some of the ways you can start with:

Encouraging Your Boy To Become Whatever He Wants

When you are young, people are always asking you questions. Not only are they doing this, but then they proceed to tell you what they believe your answer should be. The problem with this is that it creates a culture of young men who are not following their hearts, feeling like they should be in a particular career. As such, they are not going into the career that they want to. Instead of doing this, we believe that you should encourage your child to be whatever he wants to be, and we’re going to look at some suggestions down below.


Encouraging Your Boy To Become Whatever He Wants


Six Ways To Make Home Education Fun

When it comes to homeschooling, the whole world is thrust into a situation where we are all home educating the kids - whether we like it or not. Of course, plenty of parents choose to home educate naturally, but those who don't go for home education usually have to then make adjustments. It’s stressful, we’re not going to lie.




However, you can make home education fun. You can teach your kids without needing to sit them down and teach them a lesson: education is everywhere should they want to partake in it. You can learn with Science Videos online, craft paper and glue, running round the house on scavenger hunts - it’s all available for your kids! With that in mind, let’s take a look at how you can make home education fun.

Tips To Help Your Child’s Early Development



Your child’s early development is important to focus on when it comes to giving them the best opportunities for later on in life. What you teach and influence in them right now will have an impact later on in their lives. There is plenty that you can do as a parent or guardian to make sure that your child is growing up to have the best start they possibly can in life, and when it comes to education. Here are some tips to help your child’s early development.

Taking Charge of your Child's Education: From Home

In recent months, more and more of us have had to dip our toe into the complex and complicated world of homeschooling. Now, more than ever, many of us who have taken for granted our public school teachers, college professors and daycare workers, truly understand and appreciate the hard work these professionals have invested in our children. For those of us who were already homeschooling our children, we’re heartened to know that now people truly understand the work and labor involved with educating children of all ages, abilities and talents.




If there’s any silver lining to practicing social-distancing, it’s that more of us have been given the gift of time with the children in our lives, and are able to have a direct hand in their education. For many of us, we’ve never been so hands-on when it came to our children’s daily lessons or homework. This experience is as rewarding as it is difficult.

If you’re still getting into the swing of things when it comes to your child’s remote learning - either because you’re getting used to requirements set forth by social distancing, or if you’re just new to the homeschooling thing and plan to keep doing it permanently - you may be wondering if there are any easy tricks or tips to help ease you and your child into this new situation. Luckily, there are. With educational technology ever on the rise, there are quite a few programs, platforms, apps and resources out there for parents who want to do remote learning at home.

Free Online Math Games for Homeschoolers

Although I received compensation to share this info with you, all opinions are my own. If you were like me and trying to find completely free math games for kids, then look no further.

If you are like so many others right now, you are scouring the web to either find something to help your child further their education from home, already a homeschooler, or you want to find something to supplement the rest of the missing school year in the midst of our current craziness.




Schools closed down completely here for the rest of this academic calendar. The day of school was March 13 and it was a half day at that. The teachers were literally given a half day to throw something together and were told for only two weeks, not the rest of the school year. My daughter is in 3rd grade and they have laptops that come home with them. My son is in Kindergarten and not so lucky. 

Searching the web for easy games that they can actually use to help them in different subjects like math can be tiresome. I was so grateful when I discovered Calculators.org and their free math and logic games.

Blippi Easter Basket Giveaway

Easter this year is going to look different in our house for sure. Every year I usually host our Annual Easter Egg Hunt with mine and my husband's family and friends. But this year, I am going to focus on what I can control and that is the sugar content in my kiddos Easter baskets! My son fell in love with Blippi randomly on YouTube a few years ago, so I am excited to share this fun non-candy and educational Blippi Easter Basket Giveaway with you all.




In early 2014, Stevin John decided that the world needed Blippi after struggling to find educational videos for his three-year-old-nephew. So he took it upon himself to create the lovable and energetic character of "Blippi" to fill this void. Clad in orange and blue that jumps off the screen, Blippi's engaging personality and friendly demeanor attracted the attention of kids and parents alike. With over 20 MILLION YouTube subscribers and over 11 BILLION views to date, Blippi is helping to make education fun! Like the lyrics to his theme song say: “So much to learn about, it’ll make you want to shout: Blippi!”

This Spring, StudioFun is debuting four new Blippi books for pre-schoolers.:

Math Games to Play at Home with Elementary Kids

My elementary school aged daughter's school shared these math games with dice and cards to play at home and I thought I would share them with all of you. The title of the game is a link to the game instructions and other materials that may be needed to play. Have fun while brushing up on those math skills!




The awesome thing is that children are practicing their math skills without even realizing it!

30+ Free Educational Resources During Emergency School Closures

My first thought when I heard that they were closing schools was, "How are those children that get free lunch going to eat?" Thankfully, my school district is still passing out lunches. I would still go and deliver peanut butter and jelly sandwiches if that is what needed to be done. My next thought was, "How are we going to educate our children?" My son gets IEP and so this was a major concern whether he was going to get behind or not. Thankfully I have resources like ABCmouse and RevolutionMath, but not everyone is so lucky.




I came across this list from Amazing Educational Resources Facebook Group so I thought I would share here as well so more people can find it. I do encourage you to follow that group for more. Just click on each link below to find out how to access their free program.