Overscheduling our life is like overnurturing. Like overwatering a plant, overnurturing can drown the fresh air & light needed for growth.
Teaching minority languages to kids can be daunting, but here are 7 practical tips for tackling big challenges like bilingual parenting.
Music lessons are a big investment, and choosing the first instrument depends on budget, the child's age and development, and accessibility.
Our Montessori-inspired kids water and snack station encourages my kids to stay hydrated and nourished with healthy self-serve options.
We can encourage kids to wear cloth masks with cute and comfortable designs and by wearing masks ourselves! Here are masks that my kids like!
Trilingual part-time homeschooling turned into distance learning, but we survived! This is the curriculum that we used for 1st grade and preschool.
My daughter's room is a place where we all go to dream. Her trilingual library bedroom is filled with pages of adventures to places we can't go.
Masks are a lifestyle change for most families. With practice and understanding, these tips can encourage kids to wear masks and protect their community.
Working at home while homeschooling is tough no doubt. This work-at-home homeschool schedule and tips have helped my bilingual kids.
Try these exercise videos, apps, and screen-free ideas that can help busy parents and kids get moving! Recommendations are in both English and Chinese.
Kids in elementary school, middle school, and high school can learn math, science, geography, language and more from fantastic online learning websites!
Homeschooling as a work-at-home parent is tough, but planning with a positive perspective will help. Here are 10 survival tips for parents of young kids!
Our kids art cart has been a game changer for encouraging independence and creativity. Here are tips for organizing and minimizing art clutter!
To optimize focus and independence, we are constantly decluttering with our kids. Here's our playroom before and after decluterring with these 11 tips!
These Chinese reading progress videos show how my daughter went from single words to fluid reading. It's humbling and encouraging to see the growth over time!
My immigrant mother was a sentimental hoarder, afraid to lose everything. Her sudden death forced me to become minimalist.