Click this link to learn more about the recent U of C findings supporting the many long term benefits of high quality early childhood education.
Thanks to the Hyde Park Herald for this thoughtful article about Little Inspirations! We are truly passionate about what we do, and it’s nice when others see it’s importance too!
This is sure to be a great night supporting an amazing organization!
Each year, at the end of the summer, Little Inspirations’ Team retreats on site for professional development without the children’s presence. Little Inspirations teachers are committed to their work, and this year we focused on The Growth Mindset as a tool for helping us to grow into our best selves as individuals, as team members, and
Who doesn’t like some good tips and tricks? Here is an article with tons of quick things you can do to support your child’s development in multiple domains from birth to elementary school. http://mamaot.com/2014/07/18/30-ot-life-hacks-tricks-to-make-life-easier-for-you-and-your-child/
Social emotional well-being is a top priority at Little Inspirations and undoubtedly is one of yours as well. Please take a moment to read The Benefits of Helping Preschoolers Understand and Discuss Their Emotions for ideas on how you can support your child’s social emotional development at a young age! What are the emotional words your
The Hyde Park Neighborhood Club is hosting the 49th Annual Pancake Breakfast! Come join the fun on Sunday, April 26th, 2015 between 8 AM and 2 PM! Click here for more details: HPNC Pancake breakfast
We want to share an article published recently in the Washington Post: We welcome your comments!
The University of Chicago is doing a study for children in Hyde Park ages 13-15 months of age. Little Inspirations supports research in Early Child Development and Education. Please see the attached Flyer for more information and to participate! Hello Little Inspirations_Flyer
Little Inspirations is committed to doing what we can, as a community to help keep our children happy and healthy! Check out healthychildren.org by the American Academy of Pediatrics; it is an amazing resource to help us all be in the know about children’s health issues and learn daily things that you can do to help keep