Build Upon Your Kindergartner’s Early Science Education With This Earthworm Observation Experiment

Recent studies have found that a good science education in the earliest grades in school is very important to help your child excel at science throughout their life. Science is taught at a lower priority in most early grade classes, and researchers found when interviewing kindergartners, just over one-third of the children showed any knowledge of science from school or other sources. It is important to make sure your kindergartner is introduced to and has the opportunity to study science during their earliest years. Read More 

5 Ways That An Intergenerational Preschool Program Can Help Your Child’s Development

With so much focus on helping kids achieve as much as possible during their earliest school years, parents put more effort into finding a good preschool program than ever before. Instead of just looking for programs focusing on building the foundations of academic skills, consider a program that brings elderly people into contact with the kids. Intergenerational preschools help young kids build a wide range of skills they'll use for the rest of their lives. Read More 

Friends Getting Their Driver’s Licenses But You’d Rather Soar Through The Air? Get A Pilot’s License!

There isn't much that matches the level of freedom that a teenager feels the first time they drive without an adult after getting their driver's license. There is one thing, however, that could surpass that feeling of freedom—piloting an airplane. Most teens look forward to getting their driver's licenses so they can take to the road. But some teens are more interested in taking to the air and getting a pilot's license, like Matt Guthmiller. Read More 

College Application 101: Guiding Your Child Through This Difficult Process

High school students, today, are under a tremendous amount of stress to choose and apply for the right college. But what is the right college? The truth is that there is no one correct answer. Yet, students all over the United States are pinning all of their hopes on getting accepted into colleges they believe are their dream destinations. And when they don't get in to that one special college, many end up being bitterly disappointed. Read More