Cold day? Fun Indoor Preschool Games!

Despite all your winter clothing, hats, mittens, and boots, some days are just too cold to be outdoors. Spending another cold day indoors may leave your preschooler feeling restless. Interacting with different indoor preschool games will help chase away the boredoms. Fun Indoor Games for Your Preschooler Fun preschool games are a great way to spend a…

Creative Preschool Holiday Party Food Ideas

The holidays have officially begun, and that means it’s time to start passing around the snack plate. So if you have a party for your preschooler coming up, here are some fun and creative ways to celebrate with festive food and snacks. No. 1 – Snowman Juice Boxes If you’re looking for something simple, fun, and creative…

Windows and Colder Temperatures: How to Prepare Them

Preparing your Windows for Colder Weather

Your windows are a major source of heat loss during the winter months. Worn weatherstripping, broken glass, and old seals all contribute to unwanted air flow through and around your windows. Not only will these problems make your home feel drafty, it will also cause your heating costs to escalate. Before the cold weather sets…

Montessori Kindergarten: What you can Expect your Child will Learn

As kids approach their fifth or sixth birthday, they transition into a new academic phase. For most, this phase is either Montessori kindergarten or a more traditional pre-K program. Because the Montessori philosophy revolves around meeting individual children’s needs, it’s a fantastic choice for kindergarteners, who deserve to be fully prepared for the years ahead. However, you…