Reading at Home with Your Preschooler

Children love to hear stories and to have books read to them. Reading to a child opens their imagination to all sorts of possibilities. Not only does it set their imagination soaring, but it also builds their vocabulary, gives them new understanding to things outside their little world, and gives them the foundation of how… Read More

All About Toddler Time and Jumpstart

Home For Your Heart School has two unique early learning programs that focus on the youngest learners. Both of these programs are specially designed to promote the growth and development of one and two-year-olds. With toddlers and two-year-old’s growing need for independence and an emerging sense of self, these programs nurture each child’s intellectual and… Read More

5 Ways to Enjoy Easter this Year

Easter is going to look a little different this year. Traditionally, we sit next to our church family on Easter Sunday, gather with grandmas, grandpas, aunts, uncles, and cousins for Easter dinner, and go to big Easter egg hunts with friends. Even though it’s disappointing not carrying out our normal traditions, there is still a… Read More

Silly Safaris

Coyote Chris from Silly Safaris came to Home For Your Heart today to show us some of God’s creatures. He brought a bunny, a blue-tongue lizard, an owl, a tarantula, a milk snake, a tree frog and a coati. Each animal had a silly name and Coyote Chris was pretty funny when he introduced each… Read More

What to Expect at Parent/Teacher Conferences

We believe a strong family-school relationship is vital for a great school experience for children. At Home For Your Heart, we want to keep you informed with your child’s academic, social, and emotional development throughout the school year. We do this by having a parent-teacher conference in the fall for Preschool and Pre-K and by-request… Read More