Tagged: education

weeLove: An Anti-Racist Resource for Families

Ditto Magazine Anti-Racist Reading for Kids We teach our kids lots (and lots) of things… how to sleep through the night, share toys, successfully eat a cracker without it combusting into a million crumbs…the list goes on. There’s a whole host of even bigger responsibilities that come along with raising good...

weeLove: Learning… Disguised as Fun

All-in-one-fun School Zone Learning Packs Good things come in small packages, and there’s a whole lot of good stuff to be found in these… If you’re looking for new ways to spark your little one’s love of learning and hone age-appropriate skills, check out School Zone’s new collection of learning...

weeLove: Knowing how to vote, 2020 edition

Your voice matters Make sure it’s heard this election ICYMI, there’s a pretty big election happening soon. Casting your vote allows you to make a choice for how you want your lives, your families’ lives, and those of your neighbors and friends to be moving forward. It is a tremendous...

a black man stands behind a young brown girl who's holding a book titled "A Kids Book About Racism"

weeLove: When Should You Talk to Your Kids About Racism?

A Bookshelf Essential A Kids Book About Racism Spoiler:  It’s never too early. Research even shows that babies as young as three months-old are able to differentiate race (Yep, really!), so starting sooner rather than later can actually have a marked impact. And as such, now more than ever, many parents may...