Parents Put Kids at Risk on Social Media

January 21, 2019 We teach children to beware of strangers but, sadly, many loving, well-meaning parents are putting kids in “stranger danger” daily. A new study found that parents and relatives posting on social media are exposing vast amounts of information about children, and technology companies are collecting data from those posts—data that can be…

Apple craft for your kindergarten kids

Fall is a great time for kindergarten apple crafts with apples coming into season! You can make some great craft projects that revolve around apples. In fact, many teachers specifically teach the story of Johnny Appleseed in the fall so they can use all of the free apple crafts that are available to them. There…

DENTAL TIPS FOR BABIES AND TODDLERS

Dental care starts even before teeth arrive! From the moment your baby is born, you should be concerned with their dental hygiene. While babies aren’t born with teeth, taking care of their gums is very important. Gently massage your baby’s gum with an infant toothbrush, or with a soft washcloth. When you see teeth When…

Homeschooling on the Road – Is it Legal?

Although homeschooling is legal in all 50 states, the requirements may vary considerably from state to state. The best advice for traveling homeschoolers is to follow the homeschooling laws in the state in which they are legally domiciled, regardless of where they travel – unless they will be living in one state for 3 or…

The rise of travelling families and world-schooling

More families than ever are taking ‘edventures’ – long-term trips where children learn on the road. We talk to nomadic parents about the pros and cons of dropping out to travel the world • Would you take your kids out of school for an extended trip? Perhaps you have already taken the plunge?  World-schooling, edventuring, life-learning,…