A child’s learning journey, propelled by wonder and excitement, never stops. But every child is unique. That’s why we created Aware, Care, and Share™, an approach to education unlike any other—because it’s inspired by your little learner. We’re aware of children’s specific needs and interests, we carewith customized, personal learning, and share outcomes with families.
We’ve adapted our approach to some fun activities and at-home resources. Keep your child’s learning going strong, have fun, and show support! Research shows when parents are motivational models, children develop positive attitudes that last through their school years.
Dr. Susan Canizares, Ph.D.
Chief Academic Officer
P.S. Check out our Show and Tell Gallery at the bottom of this page to see families like yours in action learning at home!
Check out our list of educational websites and apps that offer a variety of learning experiences for children in all age groups.Get Started
The Prep Lab is there for school-age students with distance learning support, STEM projects, and character development activities. Ask about flexible scheduling—including a full-day option!Learn More
Dramatic play and art projects are an important part of every child’s development and can even be explored at the same time. How cool are these home-made skirts? Based on those smiles – pretty cool!
Sometimes you just have to dig in and get your hands a little messy when you’re creating your next great piece of art!
Stuck at home? Keep your children’s pencils and handwriting sharp by giving them some time to practice throughout the day.
“If things start happening, don’t worry, don’t stew, just go right along and you’ll start happening too.” – Dr. Seuss
Have you checked out our Art Projects category above? Our friend here has and she’s on her way to creating her next masterpiece!
Earth Day is only a week away and a great time to talk to children about how plants keep our planet healthy. You can bring the learning to life by planting a seed outside or even inside your home using a cup and soil.
Children learn through problem solving and we love coming up with new activities that create a great challenge. Check out this creative way to keep the learning going at home.
We’re thrilled to see families using our learning activities outside of the classroom. Be sure to check back every Monday for more ways to keep your child engaged at home.
Reading books with your child is an important part of their development. You can expand their learning by challenging them to find words that start with letters like “P” or “T” to help them practice letter recognition as well.