Occasionally, our family gets together to play board games. During the holidays when everyone has finished eating a good meal, someone will bring out monopoly, sequence, or some board game.
During my weekly internet surfing, I came across an excellent article on how important play is for children. Written by Dr. Kylie Rymanowicz of Michigan State University. The five-part series
To create a culture of learning in your home, it is important to pursue your own interest and passion for learning. According to “Motivated Minds,” parents can increase a child’s
Those of us who can remember our parents telling us to go outside and play, can recall how much fun you had. Whether climbing trees, playing marbles in the dirt,