Tag: preschool

Spring Art for Kids: 3 Sweet Cherry Blossom Painting Crafts at...

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Spring is finally here in all of its beautiful, pale-pink glory. It has been a long, hard winter and this spring, in particular, comes...

My School DC Common Lottery: A First Timer’s Guide

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The My School DC common lottery, aka the DC public and charter school lottery, closes March 1, 2021 for PK-3 — Grade 8. I...

District Jump: The Most Talked About Indoor Play Arena on the...

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District Jump is the Washington, D.C. area's premier indoor playground with bouncers, slides, and jumper fun for children 12 years old and under! District...

Learn More About Bright Horizons at a February Family Information Session

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Bright Horizons® Early Education and Preschool centers are open and enrolling throughout the DC area. At Bright Horizons, your child's health and safety is...

4 Awesome Screen-Based Learning Activities for 4-Year Olds

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Once upon a time, my son had no idea how a TV or iPad worked. His days were filled with hands-on play, reading books,...

Comprehensive Guide to Preschools in the DC Area

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What a year! Who could have predicted the challenges we'd face with schooling - virtual, hybrid, in-person... the list goes on. Luckily, we are...

The Goddard School Welcomes Families in Alexandria, VA

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The Goddard School is coming soon to serve families in Alexandria, Falls Church, Arlington, Springfield, Annandale, and nearby areas. Owners Rahul and Taruna Jain have two...

30+ Ideas For Non-Sleepers At Rest Time

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So your little one is refusing to sleep, and you’re not ready to give up nap time? There is a happy medium: Rest Time! What’s...

Creating a Learning Space at Home: Ideas from DC Area Moms

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With most of the school districts across the area starting the year with a distance learning model, parents are looking for creative ways to...

Crafts and Activities: Animal Theme Week

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Towards the end of (yet) another day of confinement, my 3-year old turned to me with a joyful smile. He murmured in his adorable...

Everyday Ways to Build Emotional Intelligence With Toddlers

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Anyone with a toddler at home knows the have BIG emotions sometimes. As parents, we want to help our toddlers learn how to manage...

Surviving the Baby Shark Attack

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Our son Junior, is a Baby Shark fan. It is a really popular song among the toddler set. Junior will sing his punk/metal version...

National Museum of American History Family Guide: 9 Tips to Know...

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The Smithsonian Museums are at the top of the list for many families with kids in Washington, D.C. and for good reason! I love...

Lessons from EdFEST: Post-School Fair Notes

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Well, I survived EdFEST. It was informative, busy, and crowded, and I'm glad I went. EdFEST is the District of Columbia's annual public school...