Winter is coming and the temperature is dropping. In an effort to battle the cold weather blues, we've provided you with a list of our favorite things to do with children in the Summit, NJ area this winter. This list will be updated as we hear of more events throughout the season! Have an event you think should be included in our list? Email the details to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.
The sun is setting earlier, the temperatures are cooling and the holidays are right around the corner. There’s no better time than now to think about giving back to those less fortunate who could benefit from a helping hand — be it for warmth, food, shelter or holiday cheer.
Fall is in the air and Pumpkin Spice Cheerios are on the shelves in a supermarket near you. With apple picking, Halloween candy and blowup decorations on your neighbor’s lawn in mind, we wanted to provide you with a list of our favorite events in the Summit, New Jersey area this fall. This list will be updated as we hear of more events throughout the fall! Have an event you think should be included in our list? Email the details to email@example.com for consideration.
Kindergarten is an exciting year. At this point, we know your child can identify letters of the alphabet at random, write and recognize their own name and even listen to a story without distraction or interruption. This is the year to expand on those concepts, and we have put together a list of the 10 suitable book recommendations for kindergarteners this fall:
At Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child, we pride ourselve on staying at the forefront of technology to prepare our students for the future. Below, read about the five most exciting things happening in K-6 elementary school technology this fall at Oak Knoll:
It's no secret — boys and girls learn and develop differently. They have different behaviors and respond to different learning styles. But that doesn't mean they should learn separately in their most impressionable years.
Our globetrotting Ensemble traveled to Austria during March Break, performing at some of the most historic sites across Vienna, Salzburg and the rest of “Österreich.”
November’s general election is one of the year’s greatest teachable moments. With candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, who disagree – loudly – on practically every issue, we would be kidding ourselves if we thought children were not paying attention and discussing the election amongst themselves. But how do we (as teachers and parents) talk to them about the election in a way that can be constructive, educational and age-appropriate? Lower School social studies teachers Leslie Smith and Michael Manna compiled their helpful tips to keep in mind when talking to kids about the election: