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Kids Love Learning at Heintz Preschool

Alamo City Moms Blog is happy to partner with Heintz Preschool to bring our readers information on their summer camps and fall preschool programs in this sponsored post.   Heintz Preschool is passionate about encouraging young minds to playfully explore the possibilities of learning. The school, a part of Congregation Agudas Achim, is in the North Central San Antonio […]

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Transforming a Culture: Breaking the Cycle of Bullying

Alamo City Moms Blog is pleased to partner with the Family Service Association to promote their luncheon series “Journeys of Transformation.” The ACMB team hopes you will join them there! As far too many San Antonio parents know, bullying has become an everyday struggle facing our children. Now a local and nationwide epidemic, bullying will […]

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The Power of A Teacher’s Words

As we’ve headed back to school in 2017, I have found myself once again grateful for teachers. If you are like me and had a few weeks of uninterrupted time with all your children during the holidays, you may be feeling equally in awe that these selfless warriors manage to not only wrangle and protect our […]

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Culture Meets Fun at the Annual Asian Festival on Saturday, February 4!

Alamo City Moms Blog is thrilled to partner with the Institute of Texan Cultures to bring you information on the annual Asian Festival that takes place in early February. In its 30th year, the Asian Festival brings together this city’s thriving Asian communities, giving San Antonians the chance to discover Asia and celebrate the Chinese New […]

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Welcoming 2017 With The DoSeum

ACMB is thrilled to partner with The DoSeum and share information about their 2017 programs and events in this sponsored post. It’s a new year, and local gem The DoSeum has a calendar full of hands-on learning opportunities, celebrations, and unique events for the families of San Antonio. It’s no secret that we at ACMB are loyal DoSeum fans. […]

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Choosing the Right School for Your Children: Buckner Fanning School at Mission Springs

We are thrilled to partner with Buckner Fanning School at Mission Springs to bring you information on their teaching style, unique approach to educating children and upcoming Open House on January 29 at 3–5 P.M. Today on the blog, you’ll read one parent’s perspective on why Buckner Fanning School at Mission Springs was the right fit for […]

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IDEA Public Schools Provides Advanced Placement Classes for All Students

ACMB is happy to partner with IDEA Public Schools to share information on their Advanced Placement program. The vision of the IDEA Public Schools’ college preparatory program is for every student at IDEA to graduate from high school ready to succeed in college. Students take a rigorous course load of essential core classes, as well as […]

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Pre-K at IDEA Public Schools

ACMB is happy to partner with IDEA Public Schools to share information on their Pre-K program.   IDEA Public Schools believes the road to college starts at a young age. IDEA’s philosophy: children excel in high school, college, and beyond if they’re fundamentally sound readers, writers, mathematicians, and thinkers. IDEA’s Pre-K program helps ensure every […]

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Making Sense: Glitches in Sensory Processing

“While most of us have occasional difficulties processing sensory information, for children and adults with Sensory Processing Disorder, these difficulties are chronic, neurological, and they disrupt everyday life. Often, someone struggling with sensory challenges is categorized as having behavioral issues when they are simply reacting to a neurological sensory overload. These children and adults need […]

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Making Lemonade at Parent-Teacher Conferences

Parent-teacher conferences are exciting because they are an opportunity to get to know the person that your child becomes when he/she is at school. (Unless you are a homeschooler; then you are just talking to yourself, and that’s OK.) However, parent-teacher conferences also make me anxious. Are problems happening at school I’m not aware of? […]

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Almouie Pediatrics: Healthcare for Children Made Simple

Alamo City Moms Blog is happy to partner with Almouie Pediatrics and share information about their comprehensive healthcare services for newborns, children, and teenagers as well as their continued growth in San Antonio. Finding the right pediatrician to care for your child as they grow is an important one. In San Antonio, we’re lucky to […]

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#sorrynotsorry: Being Okay With Moving On

This recent back-to-school season was an important one for me. My youngest child headed off to a full-day, five-day-a-week preschool program, leaving me and my stay-at-home lifestyle to figure out what comes next. For the past five years, more or less, I always had someone near by, and usually that someone needed things. And then, […]

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Skipping Preschool: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

Before children (B.C.), I was a teacher. I taught a Head Start preschool program for four-year-olds and loved it. I espoused the virtues of preschool—long-term benefits include everything from better marriages to higher salaries—to anyone who would listen. So when my oldest daughter turned three, I assumed we’d be signing her up at the local […]

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BASIS.ed – One of the Nation’s Best Academic Programs Is Tuition Free and Growing

Alamo City Moms Blog is thrilled to partner with BASIS.ed, a dynamic American educational network that manages world-quality schools. Today, the Director of Student Acquisition at BASIS is on the blog sharing more about their growing charter schools in San Antonio and the unique liberal arts curriculum that inspired a love for learning. San Antonio’s youngest […]

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