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The Anniversary of Young Children 

September 3, 2014. One year ago today I posted a short story I’d written, titled, ‘Young Children.’
The story was inspired by many things, but my main goal was to leave with readers a sense of innocence. 184 more words


Learning About Careers for Labor Day!

Labor Day weekend is quickly approaching! Do you have plans for your family? The three-day weekend can be a great time to teach your children about different careers in the community as well as get them thinking about potential career paths for themselves! 411 more words

Parent Resources

Latest Growth Spurts--Chatting on the last day of summer

August 28, 2015

By Ekta R. Garg

Enjoy these special “last day of summer” Spurts, readers!

Despite the fact that Seven’s first day of school was last Thursday, she still got up early on Wednesday morning. 663 more words


Books Light Up Our Lives

I was asked to speak to a group of parents about what inspires me to write. The talk was being organised to educate pre-school parents of 0-5y0s about the value of reading to young children.  502 more words


Go Home

The notion of home. Where is home? I’ve been asking myself that very same question for weeks on end now- mostly because I find myself being torn between sitting and praying alone at my beautiful church and being at home amidst the chaos. 1,294 more words


Latest Growth Chart: Growing up is hard to do...or watch...or something

August 21, 2015

By Ekta R. Garg

These kids continue to make me raise my eyebrows. In this instance I’ve noticed how Nine has really grown up. 667 more words


You CAN bring your kid to Fallingwater

I firmly believe in experiential learning in context. I think the cuts to field trips we’ve seen in recent years in response to reduced funding for programming beyond school walls and preparation for standardized tests is one of the most under-discussed problems with public schools today. 681 more words