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Peak Learning while Flattening the Curve

Peak Learning while Flattening the Curve

By Leigh Ann Pernell on Dec 21st 2020

Are you growing weary of masks, sanitizer, social distancing, quarantining, and online learning? Pandemic fatigue has definitely settled in, but we can still keep kids engaged and thriving while also … read more
Pandemic Persistence

Pandemic Persistence

By Leigh Ann Pernell on Dec 17th 2020

What a year it has been! Each day, families have struggled to meet the ever changing demands of the COVID lifestyle. Social distancing, school closings, hybrid learning, mask wearing, and hand sanitiz … read more
Five Kid-Friendly Ways to Give Back

Five Kid-Friendly Ways to Give Back

By Leigh Ann Pernell on Dec 17th 2020

The holiday season is here, but the pandemic is still here too! We may be socially distant, but we can still touch people’s hearts while we shelter at home. Children have a gift for inspiration, … read more
Holiday Teacher Gift Ideas

Holiday Teacher Gift Ideas

by Marisa Rubin on Dec 3rd 2020

’Tis the season, right? Well, this holiday season looks a little different than last year—that’s for sure. But, one thing that’s the same as always is the festive feeling of gift giving. Even if … read more
5 Ways to Give Back During the Holidays

5 Ways to Give Back During the Holidays

By Allison Moore on Dec 2nd 2020

The holidays are a great time to model kindness to our children by giving back to our community. There are many ways to get kids interested in helping others—while also teaching the value of empathy a … read more
How To Safely Spend Time Together

How To Safely Spend Time Together

By Marisa Rubin on Nov 19th 2020

It’s that time of year—winter. While the strain of staying indoors can become quite stressful during the dark, cold months, the added factor of COVID-19 makes it even more difficult to stay soci … read more
Physically Distant - Emotionally Inclusive

Physically Distant - Emotionally Inclusive

By Leigh Ann Pernell on Nov 17th 2020

As COVID-19 disrupts the world, experts continue to recommend the practice of social distancing. While we may have to remain physically distant to stop the spread, we do not have to be emotional … read more
Giving Thanks: More than instant gratification

Giving Thanks: More than instant gratification

Allison Moore on Nov 17th 2020

It may seem that as the generations progress, people are becoming less and less thankful for what they have. If you were to take into account the many distractions that are available at a person … read more
Fall is in The Air: Fall Learning Ideas

Fall is in The Air: Fall Learning Ideas

Rebecca Ryder on Oct 20th 2020

The air is chilly.The leaves are crispy.Take some time to celebrate the scents and scenery of fall before the holiday season hustle and bustle begins.Seasons are an excellent theme to incorporate into … read more