Kids need a well-rounded diet of play to develop into well-rounded adults. Whether they’re running around, enjoying arts & crafts, programming a tech toy or playing group games, kids learn important skills that will continue to serve them throughout their lives.
We’ll meet once a week for 4 weeks, exposing your child to positive experiences within a small group setting.
Priming kids to expect rewards for good behavior can harm their social skills in the long term.
The bright colors of grocery store foods are often the result of artificial food dyes, which are now being applied not just to candies and snack foods, but also to products such as pickles, salad dressing and even oranges.