Posted on Jul 27th 2022
There are few things cuter than a baby bobbin’ and dancin’ along to a song. But have you ever wondered why babies enjoy and groove to music so quickly? It’s because music makes them (and us) feel good, so we naturally move and sway to the beat! Introducing your child to music takes advantage of that inherent desire to groove. It can be a beneficial and delightful part of your and your child’s life.
Posted on Jul 12th 2022
Children learn to make choices and become their own person as they grow. This is exhilarating for a child but can also be frustrating for parents. At Romp n' Roll Midlothian, we believe in promoting independence in children because sets them up for success in the future! Click for our tips to promote independence in your child while fostering a good relationship with them.
Posted on Jun 30th 2022
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many social interactions now look different. It’s been hard on us adults but has also been difficult for our little ones.
We’ve gathered five tips for helping your child develop social skills at home. For young children, check out Romp n' Roll Midlothian classes and sign your child up for an opportunity to practice and develop their social skills in a safe environment.
Posted on May 11th 2022
Every year, the kids have a productive year in school, have a fun summer, go back to school… and suddenly can’t remember anything they learned the last school year! This summer learning loss is often called the “summer slide” and refers to the loss that happens over the summer when there is no educational stimulation for children. Below are specific ways to engage these subjects and avoid the summer slide.
Posted on Mar 29th 2022
Changing the words we use and how we address our children is not an overnight process; it takes time. But with patience and practice, you can learn how to communicate more effectively with your children and build a strong relationship. Romp n' Roll Midlothian wants you to feel confident talking with your children, and we want your children to have confidence with communication as well!