We believe in the philosophy of “It takes a village to raise a child”. We also strongly believe that we all have a responsibility to help those less fortunate than ourselves. The following stories document the community created around Teaching Parents How To Teach, and how we have played our part.
In 2011 we donated copies of our book to Atin Afrika in Uganda. Atin runs a transitional home for street children in Lira, Northern Uganda. They employ a full time social worker and a full time teacher to support the emotional and educational needs of the children, bridging the gap →
Surrey Connect have chosen “Teaching Parents How To Teach” to include in their Ready Set Learn parent bags for parents of children starting Kindergarten.
With over a dozen families in attendance Surrey Connect held its first Ready Set Learn Elementary workshop for parents of pre school children and gave →
In the April issue of Today’s Parent Magazine, our book Teaching Parents How To Teach was recommended to its readers. Today’s Parent, Canada’s most trusted parenting magazine, reviewed our book Teaching Parents How To Teach and recommended it to their readers. We were delighted to have them include a small →
“Teaching Parents How To Teach” was included in the summer issue of WestCoast Families magazine and recommended to its readers. We were delighted to hear that one of our favorite local magazines wanted to recommend our book to its readers. We were also asked if we would like to send →
Paul Abra from Island Parent Radio talks with our own Jill Whitehouse about teaching in a multi-sensorial way and our book Teaching Parents How To Teach. Jill talks with Paul Abra on his show about the importance of parent support in the early years, and how preparing your child for →
On Thursday June 25th Early Minds delivered 64 copies of our book “Teaching Parents How To Teach” to the offices of Literacy BC in downtown Vancouver.
Literacy BC received a $1000 donation from Canucks player of the month Ryan Kessler and we are delighted to announce that they chose →