Category: Preschool

There is A Lot to Build On at Bricks 4 Kidz®

By Guest Bloggers Catherine McCormick and Sheila Steplar with Bricks 4 Kidz® Did you know Bricks 4 Kidz® offers an amazing STEM based educational program for children...

Whatcha Think: Graduation Gifts

By Katie Moosbrugger It is the season of graduation! No matter the age, graduation is a time to praise and rejoice (especially if it’s the end of tuition payments!)....

Being Ready for Kindergarten

By Julie Smith, Director of Lower School and Director of Parent Learning at Summit School Kindergarten represents an important and joyful milestone for parents and...

Should toddlers HAVE to share?

By Jessica Smith, Toddler Teacher at The Greensboro Montessori School Sharing is a very sophisticated behavior. The genuine (unforced) form of sharing comes when one...

Upcoming Events for Kids of All Ages!

We hope all of you are braving your way through these cold temps! In case you are interested in some INDOOR fun, check out the events below. And to give you something to...

Preschool Option, Family Night Out, New Giveaway & More!

By TMoM Team Member Katie Moosbrugger You don’t want to miss today’s news! Today we feature a fantastic preschool option, an event your whole family will...

The Montessori School of Winston-Salem

Sponsored by The Montessori School of Winston-Salem The Montessori School of Winston-Salem: An independent school that serves children 1 ½-12 yrs old Come explore one...

Kids’ Morning Out, American Girl Fashion Show, and “Be A Bengal for A Day!”

Happy Sunday! We hope you and your children enjoyed the snow days this week. In today’s Sunday Spotlight we’re featuring: ~ “Be a Bengal for a...

New Giveaway, Special TMoM Events, Preschools and More!

This week we have FOUR items to spotlight, and trust us – you’ll want to be in the know on all of these: ~ New Giveaway from Gellar Law Group ~ Winner of the...

Finding a “Complete” Education

By Angela Levine, parent of student at St. John’s Lutheran School What makes an education “complete”? Parents ask themselves this question when they begin to think...