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Financial Lessons – Early Money Education

January 1, 2021 Their first Piggy Bank  There is a connection between the financial concepts you teach your kids in early childhood and their ability to manage money throughout their lives. This concept is ca...

2021 Early Learning School Guide

January 1, 2021 Early childhood (usually defined as birth to 8 years) is a time of tremendous physical, cognitive, socio-emotional, and language development. 8-year-olds typically are in grade 3.  Jefferson P...
Gear to Get is Nola Family's monthly feature on great stuff for families and kids

Back-to-School Gear to Get

 September 3, 2020 Back-to-school essentials - from proper homework seating and backpacks to fun learning games and journals - to help families get into the learning groove.   Active Chairs   These wobble ...

Opening the Dialog with Your Child Through Books

July 1, 2020 Books Examining the Themes of Anti-Racism, Social Justice, and Supporting Black Voices  Below are books we recommend reading with your children to discuss race.   Sign-up to receive our newslett...

5 Tips For Getting Kids To Do Their Household Chores

May 11, 2020 Let’s face it, nobody likes to do chores, children and adults alike! If your child needs motivation for doing their duties, here are 5 ways to inspire success. Sign up to receive our Nola Famil...

Body-Postitivity: It Starts With You

Raising kids with a healthy body image means that parents also need to take a look in the mirror. Typically, body image awareness is thought to be associated with adolescents who are entering puberty or naviga...

Committed to the Game: Youth Travel Sports

"At a certain point, the gears shift and kids became more passionate. That’s when the switch to travel comes into place." by James Sebastien, April 4, 2019 New Orleans area parents and coaches discuss the...

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