Stretching for Joy: Yoga for Kids at ACWLC

This year at A Child’s World Learning Centers we have had the pleasure of incorporating yoga into our program for our school-aged children. Our Yellow Jackets have been practicing with Carol Hewitt from Grace & Exhale Yoga in Clemmons. Carol’s practice brings the awareness of who and where our strength comes from by teaching from… Read more »

Thanksgiving Activities for Kids

We have rounded up a few fun and festive activity ideas that will get everyone into the “thankful” holiday spirit! Turkey Play Dough. Set out some craft supplies and brown play dough so kids can create their own turkeys. Learn more about this activity here. Thankful Turkey Pine Cones. Have your kids think about what they… Read more »

Fall Fun!

It’s time for fall! This wonderful season brings about the turning of the leaves and the start of holiday festivities. Here are some fun fall activities for the whole family to start thinking about adding in to your calendar: Take a hayride. Reservations are now available for Pumpkin Pick Hayrides at Tanglewood Park. Attend a fall festival…. Read more »

Shortcut Dinner Ideas

Trying to come up with kid-friendly dinner ideas with a busy schedule can be daunting, especially with a house full of picky eaters. We have a few ideas that can help whipping up something quick for those hungry tummies a little easier. Breakfast for Dinner: To make it really simple, try a dinner with oatmeal… Read more »

Summer Learning Activity Ideas

The summer offers a great opportunity for kids to learn more through additional family time and time spent outdoors. Here are a few recommendations: Take a “staycation” and become a “tourist” in your town or in nearby cities. There are many learning opportunities if you go to places and do things you wouldn’t normally do… Read more »

Healthy Eating Tips for a Busy Lifestyle

Trying to fit healthy eating and fitness into a busy lifestyle can be a challenge to say the least. Here are a few simple ways you can focus on health while things are hectic: Wake up earlier and get moving. Schedule time a few mornings a week to exercise while the kiddos are still asleep…. Read more »

Spring Allergies

Seasonal allergies are a problem for many people, and they can be especially difficult for younger children. Often infants and toddlers to elementary age children have significant seasonal allergies that may become more or less problematic as they age. The biggest  causes of spring allergies include ragweed, grass, tree pollens, molds, insect bites and dust…. Read more »

Festive St. Patrick’s Day Food Ideas

St. Patrick’s Day is coming up on March 17! Try making some new festive foods for the kids to get them into the spirit while they learn about another culture. Traditional Irish Stew: Check out this simple recipe that features potatoes, carrots and meat. Many people serve Irish stew as part of their own family… Read more »

Easy Ideas to Show Your Children You Love Them

With Valentine’s Day here, what better time to think of new and different ways to show your kids you love them? These ideas can be used not only on Valentine’s Day, but every day! Make a special breakfast. Try whipping up some heart-shaped pancakes your kids will love! Plan some quality time. Look for some new… Read more »