Black History Month is a celebration of achievements by Black individuals and a time for recognizing the central role of the Black community in U.S. history.
Asking questions and receiving pertinent answers is all part of your child’s cognitive development. Asking questions helps your child to understand the world around them.
Did you notice how Amanda Gorman, National Youth Poet Laureate, used pacing, rhyme, wordplay, and even gestures to make her poem at the inauguration engaging?
Learning is easier when you are having fun! Outside of the classroom, families playing together can help children learn and practice some foundations of math.
When you read, you begin with A-B-C. Knowing the alphabet song and recognizing letters is truly your little learner’s gateway to reading.