Just launched: Team ELM Tie-Dye Clothing Line! All clothing is made to order, and we can customize them to say or have any design you would like! All sizes and all types of clothing, for any and all ages! Price for each product is based on the clothing item chosen, and what custom writing or saying is picked. Base is $5. Products offered includes:
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Let us know if you have any ideas in mind and we’ll be sure to make it happen! We also offer tie-dye themed birthday parties! Call 732-301-7015 or email us at email@example.com to place your order! Shipping is $5 unless order is over $100 then the shipping is free! We will ship anywhere in the world!
This holiday season, give your family and friends a gift from the heart, and give a give that keeps giving! It's often said that it's more satisfying to give than receive. So why not double up on your efforts and give a gift that backs organizations. Presents like these will make the world a bit better—and we bet the recipients will love being involved in improving different lives. So it only makes sense to buy gifts that do more than just make your loved ones smile.
Here at Team ELM giving back is something extremely close to our hearts. Every year our goal is to have fundraisers for charities that are important to us. One that is always recurring is our Alzheimer’s s’mores jar fundraiser. Erika Mandel, owner of Team ELM Childcare & Tutoring LLC is a huge supporter of Alzheimer’s New Jersey on behalf of her Grandma Adele and Aunt Toby. Alzheimer’s New Jersey provides care to families who have lost loved ones or those suffering. We want to help those in need and show that they live on within us and their strength in their fight will keep us going no matter what it takes to find a cure. Erika and Team ELM’s goal this year is to raise $10,000 in the fight against this devastating disease. Thanking our amazing supporters as always for their continued love and help!
Our s’more jars are a delicious hit with warm and gooey marshmallows and chocolate chips layered together with buttery graham crackers! It’s as easy as taking off the lid and popping them in the oven and then dig in! It’s a sweet treat for anyone but also super helpful around the holidays to give as special homemade gifts to friends, family & loved ones, when you don’t have the time to be in the kitchen or shopping around a million different stores for the right gift!
The prices for our jars are:
You can call to place an order at 732-301-7015, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! All orders will be hand delivered to your home!
STEM learning focuses on science, technology, engineering and math to build children’s critical thinking skills and sense of curiosity. This field of education presents real-world scenarios that kids solve with a hands-on approach. With the world becoming an increasingly complex place, it’s important for children to grasp STEM concepts to prepare themselves to participate in the future workforce and to understand how technology works. Beyond the practical applications, it’s just plain fun!
STEM learning provides many benefits for kids that they use every day. They learn how to apply their knowledge to solve problems that occur in their lives, like fixing a broken toy or figuring out how to build a perfect LEGO castle. They also learn about their environment, from pets at home to the plants in their backyard. An open-ended, curious approach encourages kids to think outside the box and collaborate to work toward a solution.
Developing critical thinking skills is an important part of growing up. Kids must learn how to evaluate information and figure out how to use it. STEM learning helps children to get better at using the technology that powers the world, which is particularly useful for preparing them for their adult lives. STEM education helps you better understand the world and relate to it. STEM involves introducing children to new concepts through activities and games. It essentially helps them live the concepts rather than only reading about them.
Team ELM agrees that STEM is a vital part of childhood learning and development! That’s why we offer STEM club as one of our many Team ELM After School Clubs! STEM club is offered Wednesday at 6-7 PM & Friday 5-6 PM at our Jamesburg location at 45 East Railroad Ave, as well as virtually! Call now at 732-301-7015 to get more information, and sign your child up for this amazing opportunity! As always check out www.teamelmnj.com to learn more and see all the other amazing clubs!
Children tend to pick up on the big things happening around them, so it’s only natural they’d know the U.S. is in the midst of a major political moment, even if they haven’t had explicit conversations about it. From overheard discussions to classroom lessons to TV commercials to yard signs, there are many indications that it’s election season, but what kids may not know is what, exactly, it all means. Fortunately, parents can help with that.
Talking to children about the election can make the process more understandable and lay the foundation for them to develop into engaged, informed voters as adults. These conversations can also help kids understand the right and privilege of voting and what it means to be a member of a community. Kids can see that we're on edge. They are naturally self-centered, and they'll assume your stress is about them. Be honest and tell them, "Dad/Mom is a little nervous about the election." It's helpful for kids' social and emotional development to hear you naming your emotions. It’s never too early to start your child on the path to becoming an engaged citizen. Kids are more perceptive than many adults realize, so they pick up on what’s happening around them and naturally, have questions.
A simple way to break down voting is that it’s the idea of voicing your opinion on something, like when people pick their favorite picture in an art contest to help determine the winner. Parents should use examples their kids can relate to. It also important to share about the history of voting. Parents can explain the U.S. election and voting process to their kids by teaching them about the history of voting, the different milestones and hurdles many groups had to overcome to get the right to vote, and why it’s so important to engage in the process.
Involve kids in the voting process! Take them with you if you vote in person, or fill out your ballot with them if you vote by mail. Talk about who you’re voting for and why, and why you think it’s important to vote. Observing and participating in the process is a great learning experience for kids, who also may appreciate getting a new sticker. Even if you can’t take them to your polling place, show them what you did that day.
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