Suggested Reading

There are many resources both on the web and in paper that support our vision of educating children.  Here are some online articles and books that we feel support our values.

On-line Articles

The Myth of I’m Bad at Math:

The New Birds and Bees: Teaching Kids about Boundaries and Consent:

 Let Kids Play:

25 Ways to Ask Your Child “How Was Your Day Today?”:

The Dangers of Distracted Parenting:

Teach Kids When They Are Ready:

How You Talk to Your Child Changes Their Brain:

Elementary School Homework Probably Isn’t Good For Your Child:

How To Raise Critical Thinkers in a World that Desperately Needs Them:

Toddlers Want to Help and We Should Let Them:

Bibliography of Books About Young Children 

Cherry, Clare, Parents, Please Don’t Sit On Your Kids,
Carthage,ILL, Fearon Teacher Aids , 1985

Dreikurs, Rudolf,  Children the Challenge,  New York, Plume Book,  1992

Glenn, H. Stephen and Jane Nelson;  Raising Self- Reliant Children in a Self-
Indulgent World
, New York,  Prima
Publishing, 2000

Kranowitz, Carol Stock and Larry B. Silver,  The Out-of-Sync Child, New York, Perigree Books, 1998

Kurcinka, Mary Sheedy, Raising Your Spirited Child ,New York, Harper Collins,  1998

MacKenzie, Robert J.,  Setting Limits in the Classroom, New York , Prima Publishing,  2003

MacKenzie, Robert J., Setting Limits With Your Strong-Willed Child, New York, Prima Publishing, 2002

Nelson, Jane, Jane Lott and Stephen Glenn,  Positive Discipline A to Z, New York, Prima
Publishing, 1999

Nelson, Janet, Cheryl Erwin, and Roslyn Duffy, Positive Discipline for Preschoolers, New
York, Prima Publishing, 1998

Woititz, Hanet G., Healthy Parenting, New York, Simon andSchuster/Fireside,  1992