Ideas for Musical Fun with Kids & Families

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Chrissy Tetley Mom’s Choice Award-winning author | Music Teacher Website | Facebook | Twitter Several weeks ago, I shared a post with ideas on ways to start an at-home music education program. Three simple ideas that are easy and accessible to all families. They also showed us how easy it is to create musical fun at home. Today, I’d like to take that one step further with ideas for groups … Read More

Inducing Science Curiosity in Kids This Summer

science curiosity in kids

This summer our family decided that we can still have fun while learning some new things. Science doesn’t have to be a boring classroom subject; there are ways I’ve found to induce science curiosity in my kids. Read More

My Autistic Sister: An Elementary Child’s Perspective

Autism Awareness Month: My Autistic Sister

This post is from the unique perspective of Sarah DeMonia, an elementary school girl whose older sister was diagnosed with autism at age two. Sarah’s mom, Lori DeMonia is the author of Leah’s Voice and Love for Logan, two Mom’s Choice Award-winning children’s books dealing with autism. Read More

6 Autism Awareness Month Products for All Ages

6 Products You Need for Autism Awareness Month

Since April is Autism Awareness Month, we thought we’d highlight some wonderful products for people on the spectrum and their families. Whether you’re in need of fun presents, reading material, or deep pressure therapy, you’ll probably find that one of these products is the right fit. Read More

7 Ways to Use Media and Tech to Raise Bilingual Kids

Whether you speak Spanish or just want your kids to learn it, raising bilingual kids is a big commitment. But even though it can be challenging, it’s definitely worth the effort. Many studies confirm the multiple benefits of bilingualism. Read More