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What is Brain-Based Learning?

What is brain-based learning? You might have heard of schools adopting this method, but is it helpful to students? We have everything you need to know about this teaching method below! Brain-Based Learning Defined Brain-based learning is a paradigm that relies on school programs, lesson designs, and teaching methods created through neuroscience and the latest…

Childrens Art | Casa De Corazon

Supporting Cultural Diversity In The Classroom

Diversity is an integral part of what we do at Casa de Corazón. Our local community is populated by people with diverse cultural backgrounds who have so much to offer. Unfortunately, diversity is not always celebrated in education, with some schools failing to elevate what makes students unique.  Why Is Diversity Important in Education? Diversity…

early learning teacher | Casa De Corazon

Back to School Tips

Switching back to study mode after Thanksgiving and Christmas break can be challenging for young children. And it is understandable! They have not had much experience switching back to “routine mode” like older children and adults have. So, how can you help your little one head back to school at Casa de Corazón and ease…

Art Projects | Casa De Corazon

Cooperative Learning in School

Cooperative learning in school has been around for decades, but it never attracted the same prominence as differentiated or blended learning. Although some people find cooperative learning confusing, it’s undeniably an effective and powerful teaching strategy.  But what is cooperative learning, and how does it work? Here’s everything you need to know about cooperative learning…

Toys To Avoid Giving Your Kids

Dangerous Toys You Should Avoid Giving to Your Children

Toy safety awareness is of the utmost importance. At home, it is the responsibility of parents to spot these dangerous toys to prevent accidents. Parents should look out for potentially hazardous toys for children to prevent dangerous toy hazards. Even though companies try as much as they can to ensure their toys are safe for…

When To Create A Chore Chart For Your Child

How Young Is Too Young to Create a Chore Chart?

As a preschool with award-winning early learning programs, we understand the importance of early childhood development. Chores, in particular, are a great way to encourage learning at home, in addition to everything they learn in our Pre-K program.  So, how young is too young to create a chore chart for your little one? It’s younger…

Kids playing outside in the water

Fun Activities to Do at Home with Young Children

Young children are full of curiosity, wonder, and energy. If you are looking for home activities for toddlers or learning activities for young children, this guide will give you ideas for playing with your child. Check out our previous blog post to explore fun indoor activities! Three Fun Outdoor Activities Sensory and Seasonal Walks Intentional walks…

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When Should Your Child Start School?

Many parents struggle with determining the appropriate age for their child to start their educational journey. Determining whether a child is ready for school or not is a big decision, especially between the ages of 3 and 5. While there’s no compulsory school age, most states require children to be at least five years old…

Winning and Losing – Teaching Coping Skills

Children should be taught the positive benefits of competition when winning and losing. While winning is associated with happiness and contentment, losing has essential lessons that can make a child a better adult. This article will share easy strategies for teaching kids about winning and managing losing. How Do You Teach Children It’s Okay to…