The summer is the perfect time to help prepare your child for the transition to kindergarten. Here are some things you can do at home to get them ready.Read More
Kids experience summer differently. It’s a break from school and a seemingly endless play date in the sun. For some, it may mean camp and seeing old friends.Read More
Nutritionist Claire Mahy told Al Jazeera: "Fasting allows the gut to cleanse and strengthens its lining. It can also stimulate a process called autophagy, which is where cells self-cleanse and remove damaged and dangerous particles."
Ramadan Mubarak from Voices Of Tomorrow, to you and your loved ones.Read More
Omar came to our Somali- English dual language program in 2017, at the tender age of 3 years old. He was one of our youngest students and he had lots of energy. Omar had a hard time with his transition into being a student. At home, he had 6 siblings and he was the youngest which meant that he often got what he wanted. At school, there were rules and structure, two things he wasn’t used to and a difficult thing for him to understand. When Omar was told “no” or asked to try something new, teachers were met with Omar’s temper tantrums. The teachers were patient and worked with Omar to help him understand their rules and structure. Fast forward five months later and Omar was now a positive leader in the classroom. He told others how to follow the rules, shared his toys, and knew the daily schedule from memory.Read More
Hay fever, or seasonal allergies, is very common — and can be really uncomfortable. While it’s not always easy to tell a cold from allergies, it’s more likely to be allergies if there’s no fever, if eyes are itchy, if there’s lots of sneezing…and if it lasts longer than a few days.Read More
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