Category: Parent Education

Cabin Fever

Some of us might have been caught off-guard by our first few inches of snow earlier this week (I know I was!) and bored kiddos have sent us searching for activities to keep them occupied for the next round that’s been forecast. Here are some great suggestions from our toddler’s class Parent Educator, Rebecca. She writes: When my guys were… Read more →

The Neuro-Developmental Approach to Behaviors

by Betty Peralta, 3-5’s Parent Educator As our society takes in its newest research on the human brain, we are noticing the limitations and frustrations of using behaviorism (punishment and reward) to discipline our children. This new paradigm says that behaviors are a reflection of the way our children’s brains are functioning. A brain always responds to the environment exactly… Read more →