With Halloween on the horizon, trick or treating etiquette is on the minds of many families. We consulted Mabel's Label's co-founder and parenting expert, Julie Cole, to share her wisdom on the subject. After all, she has six kids between the ages of 8 and 17 who will be trick or treating this year.
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After school time can be tricky for families after a long day. We have a few suggestions and some great items through our October giveaway to make the after school hours happy for the entire family.
SHAD is a summer enrichment program where high potential high school students spend 4-weeks in July living at a host university campus outside their hometown and engage in experiential learning in STEAM & Entrepreneurship. It’s an opportunity for promising students to meet like-minded peers, explore Canada and gain an immersive university experience.
School’s back and your children have months of learning ahead of them, some of which will happen at home. Homework is an opportunity for children to practice the new skills they are learning at school and consolidate this knowledge.
Great note-taking skills can help you do well at school, preparing you for classes, essays, and exams. It’s a skill that will serve you all of your life, yet it rarely gets taught. We’re here to help with fourteen strategies to incorporate into your note-taking routine to maximize your academic results this school year:
After a long summer away from the classroom, the shift to back-to-school can be a stressful time for families. It's tricky to change pace and step back into a routine, but a smooth transition is achievable through planning, talking with children about their feelings, and of course, shopping for essential supplies.
Time flies and your child is finally ready to go to kindergarten. You've spent the last couple of years practicing reading and counting along with learning about colours, letters and playing with other children. Here are five tips to prepare for a successful transition to kindergarten.
It's hard to believe the summer is winding down, and the school season is fast approaching. September can be a busy and chaotic time for families as they transition back into every day routines. To take full advantage of the month of August when students are out of school, Julie suggests parents focus on the four A's of August: