Parenting Link Roundup: Early Childhood and Tween Edition

Welcome to the April 26, 2013 edition of parenting link roundup. Early Childhood Mr.CBB presents A Personal Story:Chores and Money Lessons Growing Up | Canadian Budget Binder posted at Canadian Budget Binder, saying, “Teaching children about money is one of the most important things a parent can do for their child. It has the potential […]

Gombby’s Green Island: Now an iTunes App

Have you heard of Gombby? I will admit, I hadn’t. But my kids are getting old enough that I need to spend more time keeping up on the latest Hollywood craze than children’s shows. I miss that time. Gombby’s Green Island is a television program that aired originally in Portugal and is available in Spanish […]

Keep Track of Developmental Milestones With Easter Seals

The first five years of a child’s life are just FULL of developmental milestones. Most of us are familiar with the physical growth process; it’s easy to see if a child has learned to sit up or walk, for example. There are also social, language, and cognitive developments that should be monitored as well. Of […]

How to Make Pre-Kindergarten Successful for Your Child

Pre-kindergarten is the first formal classroom education that children between the ages of 3-5 attend. The purpose of a pre-kindergarten is to familiarize children with typical school atmosphere. As kindergartens are meant to be academically oriented, children are gradually introduced to school schedules in their pre-kindergarten. At their young age, children are more creative with […]