Monthly Archives: July 2015
Overwhelmed just thinking about back-to-school shopping? Here is a helpful list that will get you organized and let you save money when you compare and shop.
Last week I received this question from a coach: “At the end of the day, after a day of intense coaching and high emotion, what do I do with those feelings and take care of myself? This is very hard … Continue reading
1. Well-Rounded Development The Carden Method emphasizes above all the development of the child as a whole, with attention given to academic rigor as well as meaningful extracurricular activities that continue to enrich and develop. Colleges look not just for … Continue reading
Always remember your child’s first day of preschool with this cute and simple about-me printable. Teachers can also use it as a first-day icebreaker activity.
Jennifer Aguilera, a student of Amy Schlessman at Cristo Rey St. Martin College Prep in Waukegan, Illinois, read and responded to the YES! Magazine article..read more
Naturally, your child feels safe and comfortedbeing with you. When it is time to go to preschool, your child may experience separation anxiety. This is particularly likely if your child has not been separated from you before for long periods … Continue reading