Should we force our kids to apologize?

Montessori activities + summer reads for the whole fam

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A great debate: should I force my child to apologize?

A new article on parenting says coercing a kid to say they’re sorry might not be the best way to right a wrong. Instead, it’s about modeling positive behavior and helping them manage their feelings in the moment. 


5 summer 2024 reads for the whole family

Whether you’re looking for beach reads or your kid is in need of summer reading points, these five brand-new books—one for each family member—are perfect page-turners for the warmer weather.

  1. For mom: The Unexpected: Navigating Pregnancy During and After Complications

  2. For dad: No Road Home

  3. For the teens and tweens: Just for the Summer

  4. For the elementary schooler: Monkey King and the World of Myths

  5. For the preschooler: The Truth About The Couch


8 Montessori-inspired summer activities for elementary-aged kids

You can continue with your child’s Montessori-focused education even when school isn’t in session. These ideas will help foster their skills and interests—and keep them busy during camp’s off-hours.



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