Reading Nutrition Labels

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Creating a healthy relationship with food is a great way to encourage your child to develop and continue healthy habits as they grow. The nutrition label — found on any box of candy or bag of chips — is a

Staying Focused

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Winter break has come and, unfortunately, gone. And getting back into the swing of things can be quite difficult. Lake Forrest Prep, a private school in Orlando, is here to help you and your child stay on track and focused

Setting Goals This New Year

To-Do List

The new year is here, and with that often comes a “new year, new me” mentality. But setting goals isn’t as easy as saying what you wish to change. You need to set goals that are reasonable and attainable, and

Giving Thanks

Everyone is sitting around the dining room table, bellies full of delicious turkey, decadent gravy, and scrumptious mashed potatoes when someone pipes up and asks “What are you thankful for this year?” Finding just one thing to be thankful for

Teaching Internet Safety

As technology improves, younger generations become more adept. Your child may not know how to do laundry, but they’ll show you how to use an iPad. Your child will want to call their friends, message Grandpa, and share a picture

Dyslexia: What Should You Know?

Dyslexia is much more common than you might think, and the telltale signs are obvious when you know what to look for. Realizing your child might have dyslexia early on could save them from a difficult progression through each grade

Math In Everyday Life

At the very mention of math, most kids run for the hills. Sometimes, when teachers assign crazy questions which include both letters and numbers, our children can feel puzzled as to why it’s all even necessary in the first place.

Tell Me More: Encouraging Reading

Every book is a whole new world and most children are extremely imaginative explorers. While video games, television, and toys are great sources of inspiration, nothing beats a good book. Books not only expand the mind but also the vernacular

Gearing Up for High School

The big day is just around the corner, and it can feel more than terrifying for both you and your child. Your child is no longer a middle schooler. They’re walking through the doors of their high school; they’re going

Allergy-Friendly Lunches

Being restricted from eating certain foods can be a pain. When kids are told they can’t eat something they want, there’s bound to be a meltdown! However, it’s important to make children aware of what allergies are from an early