Tag Archives: Tweens

The Write Approach to Summer

Kids sometimes lose progress in their academics over the summer months. Summer is a time when worries over school dissipate and kids enjoy some relaxation. However, if you have a bookworm in your house, you know that this is also a time when a lot of tweens catch up on reading. Locally, Findlay has many

Local classes teach tweens the importance of nonviolence

With the current coverage of violence and negative events in the media, we sometimes forget to focus on the good in life and on the ways we can promote kindness and nonviolence. With the introduction of Project Peace in local schools, kids and tweens K-12 are introduced to skills to help them lead a more

Discovering what causes low self-esteem and how to combat it

Valuing mental wellness along with physical wellness is extremely important, especially in tweens and teens. While they are subject to amazing new experiences and opportunities, tweens often struggle with finding their own self-worth and self-esteem. Low self-esteem is becoming more common, so it’s important that tweens are reminded of their personal value. The Esteem Epidemic

The Ins and Outs of Tween Romance

Valentine’s Day is almost here! Often this means classroom parties, treats, and showing those special people in your life how much you love them with flowers, cards and chocolates. And whether you are ready or not, the day will come when your child will start showing interest in a Valentine of their own. This can bring up a lot of questions about