Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, the last year and a half has largely been an unsolicited academic and emotional rollercoaster ride for students, teachers and parents. Unsure of what’s to […]
As we slouch toward the end of the school year, I send my kids out the door each morning with the same refrain: “Finish strong!” I call to them as they head to the bus stop. They placate me with an insincere thumbs-up or grumble something I can’t quite make out, but at least I know they heard me. Here are four ways to help kids push themselves across their finish lines.
The ability to multitask has become a badge of honor in our society. With the idea that we can “have it all” if we can “do it all,” we push […]
Things are looking a little different here on Teaching Catholic Kids. The monthly activities you have come to love will still live here but we are excited to offer you […]
The beginning of the school year brings new friends, new things to learn and some structure, but starting school again can also bring stress. The National Institute of Mental Health […]