8 Essential Life Skills You Should Teach Your Children

8 Essential Life Skills You Should Teach Your Children

As a parent, it’s important to think about this topic.Your child needs to learn more than just academics. Keep in mind that a child who can’t look after himself or herself can’t develop important life skills and other essential personality traits needed in adulthood. Therefore, you should not stop developing and improving your child’s life skills when he or she starts going to school. Read More

Interview With Rob Kortus, Author of When Dog Pals Fly Across America

Greetings, Mom’s Choice readers! We hope this finds you well- thanks for joining us for another installment of our interview series. We were privileged to speak with Mom’s Choice Award-winning Author Rob Kortus, who wrote the children’s book When Dog Pals Fly Across America. This book is a colorful children’s book that teaches kids all about different parts of the United States. Read More

Interview With Heidi Stock, Creator of Whistlefritz CARNAVAL

The benefits of learning a second language are myriad.  There are obvious benefits – such as being able to communicate with more people and learn about other cultures – but there are less obvious benefits too.  Research shows that bilinguals develop stronger cognitive and brain processes that enable them to function better in areas that are both related and unrelated to speaking another language. Read More

Interview With Maggie Van Galen, Author of The Keeno & Ernest Book Series

Hello Mom’s Choice readers! We are coming at you with another amazing interview with one of our very own Mom’s Choice Award-winning Authors. Maggie Van Galen, Author of The Keeno & Ernest book series, sat down with us to share more about her background as a writer, how her relationship with her father influenced her path to publishing, and what she hopes her books get through to her readers. Read More

Why Brain Teasers Are a Good Way to Stimulate Your Kids’ Brain

Why Brain Teasers Are a Good Way to Stimulate Your Kids' Brain

In the same way, our bodies need physical exercises for optimal performance, the brains also need some training to remain alert and active. Brain teasers are part of the options you can use to stimulate students’ brains. With everyday practice, your learners will learn to solve various problems easily, both in class and in life. Read More

Teacher’s Illustration About Carrying Baggage Is What We All Need to Hear

From there, she asked each student to write down things that were bothering or hurting them, crumple up the paper, and toss is across the room. The students then, one by one, walked over, picked up a crumpled sheet of paper, and read it out loud to everyone before finally placing it in a plastic bag hanging by the door. Read More