Do You Want A Christ-Centered Education For Your Child?

Are you less than excited about the education your child is receiving in public school? Or it might be that you decided on a Christ-centered education for your child even before he or she began kindergarten. If you are still trying to decide how to give your child the Christ-centered education you desire for him or for her, from home schooling to selecting a school with a Christ-centered curriculum, here are some ideas for you to consider. [Read More]

Get Started As A Plumbing Professional

Plumbers have a pretty great trade. They bring in high hourly rates and their work is always in demand. Here's how you can get started as a plumber and increase your income: Go to Trade School The first step in getting certified as a plumber is to go to plumbing trade school. There, you will learn the basic skills a plumber must know. Passing your trade school tests will be a prerequisite to getting started as a plumber, so take this part seriously. [Read More]

Continuing Montessori Education At Home: Setting Up A Learning Space

Montessori schools give children the chance to learn by discovering and participating in a hands-on approach to learning. While your preschooler or school-aged child might not get traditional homework, there are ways you can continue the Montessori-style of learning at home. Here are a few things you can do to create a learning space in your home. Dramatic Play Station  Let your little ones learn by pretending with a dramatic play station. [Read More]

4 Things Parents Should Know About The Reggio Emilia Approach In Preschool

If you are the parent of a preschooler, you may have recently heard about the Reggio Emilia approach. The Reggio Emilia approach, developed in Italy, is relatively new to the US, having been practiced here for about 20 years, but it is gaining in popularity. It is a method that values the child within the family and culture. It utilizes the environment as a teacher, documentation shared with the community, and a child-led approach. [Read More]