Teaching Critical Thinking Skills to Young Children: A Guest Post

I am excited to present this guest post by Katie Gilmore in partnership with KinderCare Learning Centers We often try to teach the young children in our lives the importance of practice, patience, and problem-solving. It can feel challenging to adequately arm future generations with these tools as we guide them towards a future of higher […]

5 Things you need to know about Social Skills Coaching

“In a world that is ever changing, there is one constant. As human beings, we need to communicate with each other. We need to be around others for many many reasons, including support, learning and most importantly a sense of belonging” (Ostovar, R & DiVittore, K. 2017). 5 things you need to know about Social […]

Meet Cheri Meiners, M. Ed., Author of the Series “Learning to Get Along”

I have the extreme pleasure and honor of interviewing Cheri Meiners, M. Ed. , author of the excellent series, “Learning to Get Along“. I first saw her books on Amazon about a year ago when looking for a good book on “telling the truth”. When I began introducing these books to my children, they enjoyed […]

Meet Melanie Potock, Producer of “Dancing in the Kitchen”

After writing the post, “Dancing in the Kitchen” I decided to contact Melanie Potock and ask her specific questions regarding her successful CD and what inspired her to produce “Dancing in the Kitchen”.   Upon listening to her CD, I was very confident that she would have inspiring and interesting information for parents.  I wanted to […]