Winter Safety Tips for Toddlers

When you are the parent of a toddler the safety of your child is a constant concern.  The winter months offer a variety of challenges for the parents of toddlers.  Whether you are staying toasty-warm inside or outside enjoying the weather with your child, there are some steps you can do to prepare for and […]

Winter Travel Tips!

Winter Travel Tips with Young Children Winter Driving can be especially hazardous.  It is best to be prepared for any emergency.  Keep a winter safety kit in the trunk of your car.  In addition to jumper cables, an ice scraper, sand and a shovel consider packing blankets, snacks, formula, diapers and several changes of clothing.  […]

January Fun Activities

with the Holidays over and normal schedules returning, January is a great time to explore new things!! How about a great Wintery Wonderland Sensory Box? Visit https://whereimaginationgrows.com/winter-wonderland-sensory-box/ for more details on how to build this great box!! How about a building project for your Rocket Obsessed Kid? Here are directions – https://lalymom.com/diy-rocket-ship-toy/ How about a […]

December Fun Activities!

We know that December brings the holidays and lots of fun events for kids! 1.Play Animal Charades! Pretend to be an animal and see if your child can guess what you are! 2. Animal Sort! Gather animals from around your house, talk about where they live, what they eat, how they move, etc. Then sort […]

November Activities

Thanksgiving, family and fall!! November has it all!! There are a huge variety of activities you and your kids can participate do together in November! It is the perfect time to continue the leaf collection from last month or complete this cute handprint leaves!! Get the directions here! Birdwatching for migratory birds that may be […]

More Tips and Tricks for Positive Toddler Behavior

Today, Kathy Bohnart, Early Childhood Special Educator, and Trish Bonifas, Speech Language Pathologist, discuss tips and tricks to transitioning between activities, planning for an outing before hand and how to handle outbursts. https://zoom.us/rec/share/95AvA6rK5zpOTIHStUOYd4JwJt_Uaaa80Ckd8qdcxRpW26T8WKWmcsF9bKxdsXBp The Password for this presentation is: 4G^L.F@4

Tips and Tricks for Toddler Behavior

We all know that toddlers can be a challenge. Listen to Kathy Bohnart, Early Childhood Special Educator, and Trish Bonifas, Speech Language Pathologist, discuss tips and tricks for all types of typical toddler behavior! https://zoom.us/rec/share/_JxuNeyh80dJbNbUzGD0f44cHoCmeaa8gyIbq_dfnkbIXeJxvRIs_uOhiMBkOV-2 The password for this presentation is:  5L&9X1%1

Laps are Better than Apps

Kathy Bohnart, Early Childhood Special Educator, and Trish Bonifas, Speech Language Pathologist, present Laps are Better than Apps. This informative presentation covers not only the benefits of reading from books but also covers a variety of other activities that are instrumental for childhood development that electronic devices may disrupt. We know that the face to […]

Reading with Young Children

Cathy Bohnart, Early Education Special Educator, and Trish Bonifas have created a presentation about reading to young children. This presentation is designed to give you a ton of information and helps you set your child up for success when reading to them. Some helpful tips in this presentation include: reading a book again to build […]