The transition from elementary school to middle school gives the phrase a whole new world a different type of feeling (anxiety, night sweats, and nausea...and that’s the parents).Read More
It’s the final countdown to summer!
How can we keep our children motivated and engaged at school when there are schedule disruptions due to testing, end of year events and not to mention- their brains are just worn out!Read More
We all want to our children to be awesome, thriving creatures, right?
This blog will explain everything most likely know about the importance of routines and why we get so frustrated when we can’t get our kids to follow them....Read More
I realized no matter HOW many planners I had, and no matter WHAT their purpose, a planner wasn’t going to help if I didn’t write in it....Read More
While ice skating at Rockefeller Center this weekend , I looked at the skaters falling. What would the scene look like if the parents started to punish their children for falling down....Read More
Ask your child what their goals are for this quarter. Listen without judgement. Then, ask your child what steps they can take to achieve these goals....Read More
Working with kiddos that are struggling students is my passion. They may struggle because of learning/attention disabilities, giftedness, or they may simple need to look at studying in a new way. The common thread with each of these students is feelings of unease, defeat, and lack of confidence.....Read More
I participated in an education chat on Twitter, and I wrote “I meet students where they are at and accept them for who they are. My goal is to get them to reach their dreams one state at a time.” First, let me say...Read More
When we think of the people in our lives, what comes to mind? Their greatness? Their weakness? When we work with people, we are dealing with human interactions. Personally, I try to operate from a position of joy.....Read More