Tag Archives | parents

coronavirus-homeschool-tips

Home + Virtual School 101

Are your children starting a virtual program this fall? Maybe instead, you’re thinking about trying your hand at homeschooling. Whatever your situation is, you’re not alone! Many parents and caregivers have concerns and fears about navigating virtual programs. Similarly, there are many who are considering homeschooling their children this year and do not know where to start.   There’s a […]

Continue Reading
shutterstock_121035730

Parents, Take Heart: The Library Is Here for You

There’s a lot of talk these days about living life with “balance” and “mindfulness.” Great ideas, but easier said than done. Many of us can feel how “out of balance” we are: too much work, worry, or kid concerns. Sure, we could eat better and exercise more: someday we’ll figure out how. As for mindfulness, […]

Continue Reading
jp2

Fighting the Good Fight

You’ve got to hand it to best-selling author James Patterson: he is doing his part to get young people to read. He’d already put $1.5 million into student scholarships and essay competitions, then set aside $1 million to help independent bookstores. Now he is bankrolling the 2-million-hits-per-month website ReadKiddoRead.com, which profiles high-interest books. Asked about […]

Continue Reading 0
Holidays 2013 Survival Kit Image4

Saving the Holidays: KidSpace to the Rescue!

Ah, the holidays. There are any versions of cherishing the holidays as there are families. They may watch (for the 27th time!) Ralphie’s quest for an air rifle in A Christmas Story or George’s redemption in It’s a Wonderful Life.  Never any shortage of baked goods around this time, either. If a tree is involved, out […]

Continue Reading 0