Ventriloquist and puppeteers have been captivating audiences for centuries. As parents we can take note of this effective story-telling technique and incorporate into our lessons, sharing time or story times. Making and Using Puppets At Home: I found that especially
If reading is fundamental, then why the heck is it one of the most frustrating and difficult things for parents to engage their children in? UGH!! Seriously, parents everywhere are having the “put that down and pick up a book”
The fondest memories of my childhood include dancing in the summer rain with my Dad, holding summer “camp” with my siblings and cousins in the backyard, taking day trips with my family and always story time – many times cuddled
Homeroom At Home has undergone a major but healthy make-over. First you might notice the web address… http://HomeroomAtHome.blog.com which might be a bit easier to remember. Then perhaps you noticed the color change… we’ve gone RED. With an update here
The Avengers and You – Guest Post by Mark Spalding With the amazing turnout to view the Avengers, I thought it might be a good time to expand upon what learning possibilities even a summer “popcorn flick” can provide. You
As parents our lives are torn in many directions, especially as some of us are returning to school, starting businesses, having another child, moving, touring colleges, caring for elders and the list could just go on forever. So how does
So a quick run through the drive-in at Burger King turned out to provide more than a cheeseburger kid’s meal. Their kid’s meals come in a cardboard recyclable container with lots of educational tid bits… let’s take a closer look.
Favorite Children’s Classic comes to theater… Appel Farm Arts and Music Center of Salem County is offering a theater performance: A Year With Frog and Toad on February 11th at 2 PM. For ticket information, directions and details please visit