• Did you know that March 2 was Dr. Seuss’ birthday? The National Education Association (NEA) celebrates every year with Read Across America… an entire day to dedicated to reading. Almost 1,000 events, just like this one, take place across the country every year… and next year, you can get involved!
  • Easter is almost here, and we loved this idea for a Spring Ten Frame Printable from the Fun With Mama blog It’s such a perfect way to help your little ones celebrate Easter while building their early math skills.
  • Check out this crafty way to make learning fun with little ones over at the Simple Moms blog. Some of the ideas include using shaving cream to trace numbers and making letters from pipe cleaners. Why didn’t we think of that?
  • Worrying about a robot taking your job? It might sound like science fiction, but in fact we’re rapidly approaching a time when, according to some estimates, robots and computers might be able to do up to 47% of the current jobs. Properly preparing our children with the skills they’ll need to be competitive is crucial, and this article from the Atlantic does a great job showing how some school systems are already starting to adapt.
  • Wanna win some free toys? Spoiler alert… we’ll be hosting our very first giveaway in the next few days, so stay tuned!