How to Teach Your Tot About the United States Flag
Use this simple guide to teach the parts of the United States flag to your babies and toddlers. Print and place the sheets in plastic sheets in a binder for durability. Start to point out flags you see in your community to build connections and awareness.
Family Scavenger Hunt
A fun way for families to explore their homes and their communities together. Perfect for families with kids ages 4-8, (though it is completely adaptable for younger children.) Read the original post for ways to increase your community and civic engagement.
Guide to Space Clearing
A helpful guide to your family’s annual spring clearing event. Read the original post to learn a great way to lead your children through the process.
Easy Meal Planner
A simple to use meal planner with an organized shopping list. Read the original post sharing a unique way to engage your child in family traditions and important life skills using this planner.
One Teacher’s Principles: How to Prepare Any Child at Home for Success in the Classroom
Written by our Curriculum Director, Tamie Neu, a veteran school teacher of nearly 30 years. This short guide highlights 10 topics that parents can address in the home environment to ensure children enter school ready to thrive.
Managing vs. Leading Your Family: A free minicourse
Get a taste of what Leading Your Child to Success is all about with this free minicourse! You’ll learn the difference between managing and leading behaviors, explore the reasons why the distinction matters, and learn the difference between “having children” and “raising children.”
Why You Need A Plan: A free minicourse
After completing the Managing vs. Leading Your Family minicourse, extend your learning here. In this minicourse you’ll establish your purpose as a parent, learn why “success” isn’t just about money, and identify the reasons why a plan for success is absolutely necessary.