First Grandchild Ready For Preschool? 3 Strategies To Help Your Adult Child Find The Right Program

Posted on: 2 September 2017

You know that things have changed over the years, but the one thing you are sure of regarding child rearing is that the right child care program makes all the difference in a child's future. Now that your grandchild is old enough to benefit from a quality child care program, you are eager to help your adult child find the perfect one. As you prepare to guide your family through this big life event, use these tips to help everyone strike the perfect balance between learning and fun: [Read More]

Tips For Creating An Effective Online Training Course For Your Company

Posted on: 1 September 2017

Well-trained employees are one of the keys for a business to be successful. But hiring a team of trainers to provide every moment of training for a new hire can be both time and cost prohibitive. One solution that many companies turn to is developing education games solutions that are used to supplement the training provided by trainers. If your company is considering developing an online training course, use the following tips: [Read More]

How Christian Schools Can Help You Teach Your Child Leadership

Posted on: 29 August 2017

A leader is someone who can motivate others to buy into his or her vision. This person stays true to his or her morals and beliefs. Leaders have goals and will not stray from them to follow the crowd. It is common to want your child in a healthy school system. Nowadays, a child can make one mistake and their life can get off track. Read on to find out how Christian school leadership skills can help your child to be successful: [Read More]

Eager To Communicate With Your New Grandbaby? 3 Strategies For Learning ASL

Posted on: 29 August 2017

Getting ready for your grandbaby to arrive is exciting, and you can't wait to start teaching them all of those life lessons that grandparents pass down. You also know that using sign language helps toddlers communicate before they can say their first words. As your child's due date nears, use these tips to increase your ability to learn ASL language quickly: Find the Right Program Sign language is more visual than other types of languages, which means that you will need the right type of learning program to help you do the signs correctly. [Read More]