IEM innovates and implements their method of learning to develop “Thinkers” and “Problem Solvers,” allowing children to appreciate, contribute to, and thrive in an increasingly competitive global market through Mathematics. Unlike other programs that focus on memorization and repetition, IEM programs harness the power of the right brain, enabling students to grasp math concepts at a fundamental level. Students learn to ask questions and view and solve problems creatively. New classes starting this fall for children ages 3.5-10 years.
Shop Amazon Smile and Support PAMP!
Getting ready to do your Holiday Shopping? Did you know that simply by shopping online you can support PAMP? Amazon Smile is a program that Amazon.com runs where a small percentage of every purchase made is donated to a charity of the buyer’s choice. This is a great program that gives everyone the chance to […]
Member Musings: Body Image
Let’s talk body image. For years I’ve worked out really hard to get a “tight, toned body”. Sometimes I feel really strong and toned, but most the time I am grabbing my extra weight and wishing it was gone. I know soooo many of you out there
Welcome 2 New PAMP Staff Members
As we say goodbye to summer and welcome the change of seasons to autumn, we here at PAMP also are saying goodbye to two long-time staff members while simultaneously welcoming two new staff members to the organization. We’d like to thank Alison Lee and Tatyana Ventura for their years of service to the organization, and welcome Ann […]
PAMP Preschool Fair – Download School Guide, Workshop Presentations
Thanks to everyone who participated in our annual Preschool Fair on Saturday Nov 1, whether it was as a volunteer, attendee, speaker, sponsor, or school. We had another amazing event this year, with over 1000 people attending. Thank you to Stephanie Agnew (Parents Place Online) and David Hsieh (RHR Wealth Management Group, Merrill Lynch) for giving […]
Thank you to our November Sponsors!
Hooray for our generous sponsors Peninsula School, International School of the Peninsula, Care.com, and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford. Sponsorship fees are used to support PAMP’s wide array of programs, events and services. This month, please say hello and thanks to our Premium Sponsors.
Getting ready to do your Holiday Shopping? Did you know that simply by shopping online you can support PAMP? Amazon Smile is a program that Amazon.com runs where a small percentage of every purchase made is donated to a charity of the buyer’s choice. This is a great program that gives everyone the chance to support their favorite charity while shopping.
Every working parent I know has had an ongoing struggle with the conflicting demands of parenting and the workplace. We want to be great parents and great workers, not to mention keep up with our friends, make room in our lives for our parents and occasionally get a decent meal on the table. Somehow, we all find different ways through this
The craziness of the holidays has already begun. Here are five tips to help save you time (and sanity) this season.
1. Avoid stress for impulse purchases by making a list. In goodie-laden stores, a list will make sticking to your budget so much easier.
Looking for a better way to find babysitters? Try UrbanSitter!
Founded by four busy parents, UrbanSitter is an online resource to find sitters recommended by people you know.
Simply create a FREE account and identify your parenting groups (PAMP, child’s school, etc.) to see a selection of sitters whom your friends and fellow PAMP parents have rated and reviewed.
Never is there a greater focus on food than at the holidays. And for parents of picky eaters, holiday meals can be immensely stressful family situations to navigate. If it wasn’t bad enough that you have to endure the never-ending playback of family stories from Great Aunt Bea, fate deals you a bum hand and you’re trapped at a linen-lined table with
Let’s talk body image.
For years I’ve worked out really hard to get a “tight, toned body”. Sometimes I feel really strong and toned, but most the time I am grabbing my extra weight and wishing it was gone. I know soooo many of you out there
MSLA is a Silicon Valley educational institution for over 40 years. We are located in a beautiful Eichler-designed building in Palo Alto’s Greenmeadow neighborhood. Our world-class Montessori preschool and Kindergarten programs will educate your child in academics, language (Mandarin and Spanish), art, music, movement, computers, grace & courtesy, geography, organic gardening, and much more.
After researching colleges and majors, my kids asked me if I ever feel like I wasted my education giving up my career and staying home with them. Women often seem to get questioned on their choices or doing what is necessary. Never have I felt my education (both traditional & spiritual) was more
As we say goodbye to summer and welcome the change of seasons to autumn, we here at PAMP also are saying goodbye to two long-time staff members while simultaneously welcoming two new staff members to the organization. We’d like to thank Alison Lee and Tatyana Ventura for their years of service to the organization, and welcome Ann Wondolowski and Lisa Raghav on board.
So how do you get started with Attachment Parenting? There are no rules, just a few guidelines to help you make the minute to minute decisions as you meet your baby’s needs.
- Trust your own instincts. You’re a mama lion, or a papa bear. You would protect this child with your life.
Sacred Heart Schools, Atherton actively seeks applications from socially responsible, passionate students, capable of succeeding within and contributing to a challenging and rigorous academic environment. We look for individuals with diverse backgrounds and talents who will become fully involved in campus life and contribute positively to our school community. We welcome families who believe the Goals and Criteria that guide a Sacred Heart school are vital to the education and well-being of the whole child and produce students who become intellectually, spiritually and socially responsible citizens of the world.
Twice yearly, I pay visit to my beloved redwoods along the coast or somewhere in the northern most part of our beautiful, diverse state. It is a much needed pilgrimage, away from my schedule, computers and the usual demands of everyday life.
One never knows—but prays—that whoever
Tired of the toy that makes obnoxious sounds all day? Is that outfit for your little one just another that you would rather your in-laws resist purchasing? Give them something else to spend their money on — an education!
Costs for post-secondary education have been rising over the last decade. By 2031, collegeboard.com estimates that costs will exceed $267,000
First Grade, how did you get here so fast? I knew you would arrive eventually, and I admit that I was secretly impatient about the fact that you might have been taking too long to get here…at times. But, now you’re here and though I’m glad, I’m also feeling the bittersweet pain of what it means to let my little big girl go.
She insisted on being dropped off curbside. She actually