After reading the book, Where the Wild Things Are, visit the BREMAN MUSUEM to view the exhibit. It’s featuring interactive activities straight out of the pages of your child’s favorite picture book. Location:The Breman Musuem; 678-222-3724; 1440 Spring St. NW, Atlanta Event Time and Date: Now until Jan 31, 2017; Sun.-Thurs. 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. Fri. 10 a.m.-4…… Continue reading Where the Wild Things Are Outing
Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak is a children’s picture book about a boy named Max, who dresses up in a wolf costume and creates so much havoc in the house, that his parents sent him to bed without his dinner. Max reminds me of my own boys–ages 12, 8, 7, and…… Continue reading Where the Wild Things Are
No one cares more about your child, than the ones who love them? You are the mother, the father, the counselor, the nurse, the list goes on. As a parent, your are your child’s best advocate. You know their needs and wants. Until your precious child is able to speak up for themselves, they trust…… Continue reading How To Be Your Child’s Advocate
The modern child is more tech savvy now, than they have ever been. Tablets, cell phones, laptops, computers, smart watches, and smart boards in the classroom–tons of technology at their fingertips. We live in a 21st century where everything is digital. Children are exposed to the digital world everyday, why not make it more educational.…… Continue reading There’s an App for That!
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