Quiet Time Activities

By: Jordan Herbst Edited by: Gelsey Brizo Quiet Time Activities After the age of 4, naps aren’t really necessary anymore because it’s time for kids to transition into the grade school schedule. However, quiet time is still beneficial. It gives children time to rest and calm down instead of constantly…

Quiz: How Well Do You Know Baby Talk?

by Mirta Desir Most new parents know that early communication is critical for early childhood development. But how early? Mom can only narrate to a four-month-old the cloth-diaper-changing process for so long before she starts wondering, “is this amazing little infant truly processing this?” “Is this really considered ‘communication’?” Well,…

Embracing Dyslexia

by: Jessie Mundo Embracing Dyslexia Your child might have dyslexia, but there’s no reason why dyslexia should have your child. Dyslexia is a learning disorder which, according to studies done by the University of Michigan, affects 70%-80% of people with reading difficulties. Although it might be thought best to focus…