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
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The Fall Family Family picnic is one of our most loved Home For Your Heart events. When the pandemic hit in 2020, we were disappointed to be unable to move forward with our beloved family picnic. As sad as that was, we were thrilled with the possibility of having it this year. With some stipulations… Read More
Our HFYH teachers are pretty amazing! In fact, all teachers are pretty amazing. In a year that threw every modern-day human in for a loop, teachers had to be more flexible than ever before. From wearing masks or face shields all day to keeping their class isolated from all the other classes, teachers have been… Read More
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
One of the many questions parents asked during an initial tour or phone call is, “Does my child have to be potty trained to go to preschool?” Because Home For Your Heart School has four different grade levels, this question depends on the program your child will enter in the fall. If your child is… Read More
Today would have been the last day of school for our graduating pre-k students. Although we would still like to have a graduation ceremony once the it is safe to do so, today we had a little surprise them. The teachers delivered individualized yard signs to everyone in their class. They started out early this… Read More
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
We are a society that is super busy. We have full calendars and hectic routines that fill our everyday lives. Today Indiana’s official Stay-at-Home order begins, but many of us have been in our homes with our children for over a week now. While it is easy to become stir crazy inside the four walls… Read More
Schools and restaurants are closing, vacations are being postponed, and our daily routines are being disrupted because of Covid-19. It is normal to feel uneasy, emotional, and anxious about these changes and uncertainties, but what do we tell our small children about this new virus? Keep it Simple When talking to your toddler or preschooler… Read More
We love Halloween at Home For Your Heart! We had classroom parties, games, and treats. Everyone wore their favorite costumes and we enjoyed the festivities of the day. Here are some pictures that captured the Halloween fun.