Help Your Child Create their Own Modern Day Piggy Bank to Teach Money Management
It’s not how much you spend, but how much you save? Right?
At Neighborhood Houses, we teach children about the basics of money and how to be responsible spenders, savers, givers and investors. We educate children in these areas through a variety of ways, but we encourage the learning to continue at home. READ MORE
Make Family Museum Visits Even More Fun with 3 Easy Museum Games
At Neighborhood Houses, children enjoy occasional field trips to local museums where they become immersed with historical, artistic and cultural significances.
As we often see on our trips, it is sometimes difficult to get a child to observe things outside their familiarity or interest. So, as your family embarks on the next journey to the museum, think about adding one of the following museum games to ensure your child(ren) look at multiple exhibits—not just ones that peak their interest. READ MORE
5 Ways to Practice Math with Children in Everyday Household Activities and Conversations
Contrary to what one might sometimes believe, math can live outside of flashcards and textbooks. There are so many ways to practice math so the whole family can enjoy. Below are 5 simple ways (targeted for various grade levels) that children can practice their math skills in everyday household activities and conversations READ MORE