Have you ever made your own butter? It is a blast to do and keeps kids active and engaged. All you need is a jar with a lid and heavy cream from the store.
Pour the cream into the jar so it’s about 2/3 full; if the jar is too full, it will be difficult to Continue reading “Make Your Own Butter”
Learning how to handle your child’s emotions can be tough as a parent. Parents often realize that they weren’t taught at a young age to identify and cope with strong emotions. It can be difficult to see your child having big feelings and not knowing how to handle them. Continue reading “Teach Your Child About Emotions”
In a recent study, children who play with blocks and puzzles have been shown to have better spatial reasoning ability. Spatial reasoning is the ability to reason and manipulate objects in space. Continue reading “Spatial Reasoning”