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How to Support Your Child’s Executive Function Skills

October 18, 2016

According to Harvard University’s Center on the Developing Child, “Executive function and self-regulation are the mental processes that enable us to plan, focus attention, remember instructions, and juggle multiple tasks […]

How to Make Drop-Off Easier for You and Your Child

August 24, 2016

Whether you are starting a new school or transitioning your child to a new classroom, every parent wants drop-off time to be a positive experience. After welcoming thousands of young […]

Learning Science in an Early Childhood Classroom

March 18, 2016

If you aren’t a science lover, thinking about science education might make you think of memorizing the periodic table for a high school chemistry exam, dissecting frogs or earthworms in […]

Teaching Your Child Resilience

November 10, 2015

What do you say when your child says, This is too hard? Part of growing is learning how to rise to a challenge, overcoming adversity at times, to get something […]

Tips for Summer Learning with Your Children

November 10, 2015

For many parents, summer brings both excitement & trepidation: Excitement about more free time with your family, vacation, and less-scheduled days; but also some worries about the ‘summer slide’ and how […]

How a Small School Helps Children Learn

November 10, 2015

Having worked at Tobin for many years, I see the many advantages of our small, private setting each and every day! That’s why I’d like to share an article by […]