Debbie Reber, founder of TiLT Parenting, talks with Kevin & Lily about parenting differently-wired children, homeschooling in Amsterdam, and the need to change people's thinking about learning differences.
Kevin & Lily talk with Kim Votruba-Matook, creator of The Artful Educator, about how parents can help kids see everyday moments as learning opportunities. Kim also discusses how using art can be a great conversation starter and how this discovery led t...
Tatum Omari, Director of Curriculum at education.com, talks to Kevin & Lily about maker education. In this episode you’ll learn: How having kids learn through making helps kids develop resourcefulness and builds creative thinking skills Why making is w...
Curiosity Forever #5: How Families Can Grow, Make & Enjoy Healthy Food How Families Can Grow, Make & Enjoy Healthy Food
Lilly Steirer, chef & creator of Lilly’s Table meal planning service, talks to Kevin & Lily about encouraging kids to eat healthy. She gives tips for gardening, getting kids to enjoy eating vegetables and helps unpack what “healthy eating” really means.
Curiosity Forever #4: Why Making Time for Yourself Makes you a Better Parent Why Making Time for Yourself Makes you a Better Parent
Kathleen Harper, author of The Well-Crafted Mom, talks about the importance of parents practicing self-care. Kathleen describes why parents should pursue their passions (even if they don't think they have any time!
Curiosity Forever #3: What’s So Special About Playing Outdoors? What's So Special About Playing Outdoors?
Learn ideas for encouraging creative thinking through open-ended outdoor play and why it’s important to avoid overscheduling childhood
In recent years the time kids spend engaging in free play has decreased while sensory issues has increased (yes, they're related).
Kids seem to learn to talk on their own, so should you try to help them?
Kevin & Lily interview Alison Edelstein, Speech Language Pathologist and founder of Chirpy Chatterbox, to find out just how important it is for parents to help kids develop language skills. Kids seem to learn to talk on their own,