Alot of day care options seem more geared towards toddlers.
Have a first grader and needs the guidance of elementary teachers.
I understand since daycares don't cater to the same age the attention by grade level is split amongst all, but are their any daycares out there that are solely teaching elementary level?
and may help when my son's virtual learning starts up in Fall?
I feel so bad that I can't take my kiddos to a playground, especially because we live in a city. Any ideas for how to get creative with urban playgrounds since we don't have access to our neighborhood park one?
I have two kids -- a 7yo and a 4yo and they keep fighting. How do I get them to stop?
My son keeps talking to his imaginary friends and immersing himself in imaginary worlds, I'm starting to get worried that it's going too far. Any advice?
I want to teach my daughter how to ride a bike but I don't know if she's too young -- what age did you teach your kiddos?
Mamas, my kids are sick of their toys but I don't have the money to buy them anything shiny and new! Anything inexpensive that will help with the boredum?
Hey mamas! Hope everyone's hanging in there. I'm worried because I've been home watching my kiddo meaning she's not going to daycare and socializing how she normally would! Do you set up Zoom playdates or what? I'm so lost!