The Sorrow in Mother's Day - International Bereaved Mother's Day 2017 Mother's Day isn't always a day to celebrate for many. For a mother with a child in Heaven, Mother's Day can be a day filled with tears, questions, regrets, and yearning to return to a life that once included a precious child. Tomorrow, International Bereaved Mother's Day, is a day set aside to recognize the many mothers who … [Read more...] about The Sorrow in Mother’s Day – International Bereaved Mother’s Day
Summer Theme for Preschool We've just added a new theme for playful learning all summer long. What you'll get in this theme: The Summertime Thematic Unit is a 182 (total) page unit for use in a home, classroom, or center setting with Preschool and Kindergarten students/children. The unit includes FOUR themes in one: Bubbles General Summer (ice cream, picnics, and more) Beach … [Read more...] about Summer Theme for Preschool
Women and Blood Clots - Do you know your risk factors? This month, organizations across the nation will focus on Women's Health (May 14th through May 20th is designated as Women's Health Week 2017). Blood clots are deadly and can kill quickly. Each year approximately 100,000 people die from blood clots with 500,000-600,000 cases. Our family knows all too well how quickly blood clots can take … [Read more...] about Young Women and Blood Clots – Do you know your risk? #NWHW
Preschoolers are fascinated with numbers and shapes! As many of our readers know, all groundwork for future math success must begin in the formative years of early childhood. While we are champions of pure play, adult guidance is necessary to help preschoolers establish real and lasting relationships with mathematical concepts. As teachers and parents, we must observe, communicate, and help our … [Read more...] about Encouraging Early Math Skills and Intuition in Preschool
The painting of the black and gold in the photo hangs in my office at home. My daughter, Christina, painted that canvas years ago. I've always thought it was unique, but I didn't really understand why she painted it or what she meant when she did, until recently. If you've read my book, Forever Namaste, you are aware that strange "coincidences" happen in my life after Christina died. I'm nudged or … [Read more...] about Kintsukuroi Art and Child Loss: Fusing a Broken Heart with Gold
Teaching young kids numbers and letters through playful and integrated daily explorations is key to real learning. From April 10th - May 7, 2017, we are offering a special discount on the ABC's and 123's eBook PLUS the inclusion of an entire BONUS PACK completely free with each purchase. To join the ABC's and 123's Challenge community during the month, browse the following hashtag on Instagram - … [Read more...] about ABC’s and 123’s eBook Challenge: Free Bonus Pack and MORE!