Spring into Running
Could it be that spring is finally here in the Nation’s Capital? It has been a very long winter. For those of us who run, it has been doubly long as we wait for more daylight hours, milder weather and less of the hazardous slippery stuff before we dig out our shoes an hit the […]
Fall in Love with Reading: Simple Things you Can Do to Get Your Kids Reading
The chill in the air and the shorter fall days make this the perfect time of year to snuggle up with a great book or two. As an educator and a Mom, I believe that reading to your children is one of the most rewarding experiences. Consider the advantages your child will have in vocabulary, […]
BACK TO SCHOOL : BACK TO ROUTINE – EMBRACING THE NEW NORMAL.
1.Build your Back to School Toolbox: All the tools we need to complete homework are in the box: pens, pencils, calculators, computer. We used the school supply list provided from our school to make sure we filled our boxes with everything we would need for our work space. If you kids like to find another spot […]
Setting up for Homework Success
We are back to school and quickly settling into our routines. Luckily, my kids have not be overwhelmed with homework yet as they ease back into the school year. I know it is coming and this year I am going to be prepared. I want to make sure that my kids are set up […]
Roses are Red, Violets are Blue. You are the Best Teacher and I Nominate You!
Nominate your favourite teacher for the 2015 Capital Educators’ Award Teachers play a critical role in our children’s lives, and yet, we rarely get the chance to let them know just how much we appreciate them. You now have a chance to show your gratitude and make a teacher’s day (or year!) by nominating […]