Tips & Tools for Parents

March 22, 2020

Fun with Forts

[quote author_name=”Jenni Rice” author_description=”Director & Owner” author_image=”https://www.halseyschools.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Jenni-Rice-Owner-Director.jpg” size=”small” style=”solid”] Building forts or hideouts with blankets, pillows, sofas, tables, and chairs, is a wonderful tradition of childhood. As children build them, they develop creativity, learn spatial awareness, and practice the laws of physics, too. When families play together, children learn skills like cooperation, turn taking, and […]

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March 21, 2020

Establish Your Social Distancing Routine

Establish a Social Distancing Routine Children LOVE routines. Routines provide order and consistency. Children are happier when they know what to expect. And it’s easier on you. With all the changes going on lately our routines have disappeared. It’s time to establish new ones as best we can within our new parameters. First and foremost […]

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March 4, 2020

You can do it! 6 ways to help your child feel confident

Look at Me! I can do it! [quote author_name=”Jenni Rice” author_description=”Director & Owner” author_image=”https://www.halseyschools.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Jenni-Rice-Owner-Director.jpg” size=”small” style=”solid”] Children develop self-confidence through their achievements, such as standing up, crawling, & potty training, writing, or reciting the alphabet. As children accomplish their achievements, they feel capable, competent, and ready to do more. As a parent, you are instrumental […]

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