1. How to Help Your Child Develop a Relationship With God

    While there are many children who have a relationship with God and understand the value of church and religion, there are also some children who simply go to church because their parents make them. As religious parents, we understand that you want your child to get something out of church and develop their own relationship with God. If you want to help your child develop a relationship with God an…Read More

  2. 5 Tips for Great Parent-Teacher Relationships

    No matter what point you find yourself in the school year, there are always methods for improving the relationship you have with your child’s teacher. Even if you already love them, you may not be supporting them as much as you can. In today’s post, we’ll cover a few tips for building stronger relationships and repairing damaged ones. At East Valley Christian School, we have served families …Read More

  3. 6 Activities That Foster Imagination

    As a parent, you may feel as though you just sent your kids back to school after a long winter break. Before you know it, however, spring break will be here and your kids will be home for at least a week. With that in mind, you probably want to find some activities not only to entertain them, but also to foster their imagination and creativity. Continue reading to browse six of the best activities…Read More

  4. Benefits of Curiosity in Kids

    Do you remember how curious you were as a child? How you questioned the world around you and wondered why things worked the way they did? Do you remember wanting to learn and understand everything? Most of us are curious as children and question everything, but as we grow older, many of us lose that curiosity. Maybe it is because we understand the things around us a little better so we stop asking…Read More

  5. Teaching Your Children to Love Learning

    One amazing thing that humans can do that most of us take advantage of is learning. Learning is an incredible way to understand the different aspects of life and to broaden our knowledge on a number of topics. While school can generally cause students to dislike learning, there are ways to help your child develop a love for learning. As a parent, you want your child to be curious and smart, you wa…Read More

  6. Benefits of Preschool

    As your little one slowly becomes a toddler, they will be learning and growing more than you even realize. This is an important time in your child’s life. They will develop skills that will be crucial throughout the entirety of their lives. They will learn social skills, motor skills, and other important skills that will help them cope with everyday life. One way to ensure your child gets the mo…Read More

  7. Amazing Books for Every Reading Level

    Helping your child learn to love reading is one of the greatest gifts you could give them. Developing literacy skills helps with language acquisition, writing, and since reading is an essential component of basically every subject, literacy skills set children up for success in so many other capacities as well. But as we all know, a love of reading starts with a great book. A book that doesn’t s…Read More

  8. Cutting Back on Screen Time

    Screen time is the thing on a lot of parents’ minds. We want our kids to enjoy television and tablets. We want them to have the necessary technological skills that are practically expected of them. And yet, we don’t want kids to become too hooked. We don’t want to use screen time as a crutch for our own time, and we also don’t want our children to forget the world around them. There’s a …Read More

  9. Should Young Kids Have Screen Time?

    When your 2-year-old is having their fourth (though it feels like fortieth) tantrum of the day, it can be so easy to fire up the iPad. When your toddler is comforted by Paw Patrol and you really need to clean the kitchen, who wouldn’t want to turn on the TV for them? When you hear about their preschool using tablets, it only makes sense why you would want your child to learn how to use some mode…Read More

  10. Child Care Centers vs. Family Day Care

    Day care is one of the biggest things that a family has to worry about and figure out. It can be incredibly stressful to find a place that provides the best possible care for your child while also meeting your family’s budget. Day care can be broken down into two categories: child care (or preschool) or family day care. East Valley Christian School is here to help you make the best decision for …Read More