It’s the first week of December, and you’re probably still settling back into your work routine. Just when you think you have it all together, you hear a little voice in the next room shout at 6 a.m., “Mom, Snowflake didn’t move!”
In today’s world, people can connect with one another instantly. Those links can take people virtually anywhere in the world. Despite all these relationships, kids are feeling more and more alone. It’s hard to understand why when you are looking in from the outside of your children’s digital world.
The end of the school year is always a highly anticipated time for teachers and students, and it is often a time to celebrate. Acknowledging students and their achievements in an online learning environment requires some creativity.
It’s a well-known fact that reading aloud to your children has many benefits. It helps them with literacy, it aids in expanding their vocabulary, and it can provide great bonding time. With so many children’s books on the market, how do you know what’s best?