The Tobin School

Why Social Emotional Learning Is Key to Your Child’s Success

Ask many parents what skills they are most concerned about their child having to enter Kindergarten, and you will hear about early reading skills, letter identification, and handwriting ability. But ask […]

How to Support Your Child’s Executive Function Skills

According to Harvard University’s Center on the Developing Child, “Executive function and self-regulation are the mental processes that enable us to plan, focus attention, remember instructions, and juggle multiple tasks […]

Raising Kind Children: The Importance of a Valentine

We celebrated Valentine’s Day at our school this week. Students decorated bags and exchanged valentines with their classmates, practicing writing and matching names from cards to bags. One ambitious class […]

Teaching Your Child Resilience

What do you say when your child says, This is too hard? Part of growing is learning how to rise to a challenge, overcoming adversity at times, to get something […]