It’s been a great summer filled with quality moments with our families at exciting locations around the city. There are a few weeks left, but now it is time to start preparing for the school year. In this issue, we have an article to help you choose a location for a new early learner. It’s
It’s Fall and the rain is falling…hard. Have you hunkered down and got cozy on your couch yet? It’s that time of year, but luckily we will be entering the holiday season soon and that always brings cheer!
In this issue, we’ve got some tips on how to get your child excited to read and “Hook a Book Lover”. We have also rounded up some great resources for you if you’re looking for a preschool, elementary school, high school, or a tutor. We’ve tried to cover your child’s education needs from all angles.
If you’re planning for the new year, we have some winter activity suggestions to consider, many of which will start registration in November. Finally, we have some tips to help you avoid or recover from burnout. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed, but we need to be easy on ourselves and show compassion so we can keep on trucking and be the parents we want to be!
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Summer holidays can be fun and exciting - or long and boring. Luckily this summer there are amazing events to go to. There are also a lot of exciting camps that your kids could attend. They can sing and dance, learn STEM with LEGO, be around horses, and do many other great activities. Read our
It's hard to believe it's already March and you may be anxiously awaiting Spring, like me. It's coming soon and so are the activities, Spring Break, and Summer Break. Our Family Resource Guide was put together to provide you with lists of businesses that can help you connect with the businesses you need to talk
We are excited to be back in the classroom for another year. The pandemic is now behind us and our children are happy to be with their friends every day. With everything coming back to normal we’ve got a few articles in our 2022 Education issue to help you get settled in.