The Early Education Experience LLC

The Early Education Experience LLC provides a positive,structured and a fun learning environment for children 6 weeks to 12 years.

Mission: Our goal is to encourage young learner's futures in school/college readiness,good scores,decrease retention and special services in schools.We want to foster a dream for college by creating a quality Early Education Experience. While partnering with parents,education specialists and the community,the mission of The Early Education Experience LLC is to create and enhance the quality of a child's life in their early ages.

National Cheese Doodle Day on March 5th marks an annual celebration where fingers turn a cheesy orange as we snack on these flavorful treats! Found all across the country, these cheddar cheese coated snacks come in puffed or crunchy, fried or baked. They also come in single-serving or jumbo-sized packaging.

HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalCheeseDoodleDay
Cheese doodles can be used as an ingredient in many recipes. Crush them up and use them as breading for fried fish. Top homemade mac and cheese with crushed cheese doodles for added crunchy flavor.
Grab a bag (or tub) of cheese doodles and use #NationalCheeseDoodleDay to post on social media.

National Hospitalist Day recognizes the contributions of more than 60,000 hospitalists nationwide on the first Thursday in March annually. Hospital medicine is one of the fastest-growing specialties in modern medicine, and those who practice it are known as hospitalists.

HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalHospitalistDay
Learn more about the hospital medicine specialty and how hospitalists are transforming patient care by visiting the Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) website,
On SHM’s website, you will find printable posters and flyers as well as shareable social media graphics on a dedicated National Hospitalist Day page, This page also features profiles of exceptional hospitalists from varied backgrounds making notable contributions to the specialty and to the healthcare landscape.
On social media, use #NationalHospitalistDay and #HowWeHospitalist to recognize a hospitalist you know, share your success stories and reasons why you are proud to practice hospital medicine.

National Sons Day on March 4th honors the sons of the world and those who raise them.

HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalSonsDay
Consider all the things you want your son to know and be when he’s an adult. Take the day to teach your son something you think is important for him to know. Change a tire or balance the checkbook. The small tasks, the mundane ones are the ones that get in the way when we don’t know how to do them. Bond over the experience by letting him know you teach him these skills to clear a path for the bigger events in his life.
Other ways to celebrate the day include:
Join an organization for mentoring boys without male role models.
Find a role model that fits the interests of your son.
Teach your son something your father taught you.
Offer to give a skills class at a school.
Make the day unique by taking a photograph with all the sons together and share on social media using #NationalSonsDay.

National I Want You to be Happy Day on March 3rd encourages us to do something that makes others happy. It also asks us to see others’ happiness from their point of view. Putting a smile on someone’s face tends to put one on ours, too.
It’s quite limitless. A flower here, a silly knock-knock joke there. Buy the person’s coffee standing in line behind you. Remind your kids how much you love them. Leave a sticky note for a co-worker telling them to have a spectacular day, a happy day. Draw a happy face in the snow for a stranger to come across later. Give someone a hug. But no matter what, consider someone else’s happiness from their point of view. Use #IWantYouToBeHappyDay to post on social media

National Anthem Day commemorates the day the United States adopted “The Star Spangled Banner” as its National Anthem. Written by Francis Scott Key, the “Star Spangled Banner” became the National Anthem in 1931.

HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalAnthemDay
Sing the Star Spangled Banner. Did you know there are three more verses to the original song? As a challenge, try learning them all. Use #NationalAnthemDay to post on social media.

Each year, National Read Across America Day is celebrated on March 2nd, the birthday of Dr. Seuss. The annual event is part of Read Across America, an initiative on reading creative by the National Education Association. Since the event is designed to encourage reading in children and is fostered through the schools, when March 2nd lands on a weekend, the day is observed on the closest school day.
This motivational and awareness day calls all children and youth in every community across the United States to celebrate reading. It encourages them to read where ever they are. Great ways to inspire reading in children include:
Keep books everywhere you spend time. Put them in the car, in every room of the house and tuck them in backpacks and purses. Make them easily accessible.
Visit the library often. Knowing how to use the library and learning the benefits of a library fosters a love of reading as well as a genuine respect for the services libraries provide.
Get caught reading. Children imitate what they see the adults around them do. Whether they see you read a magazine, newspaper or novel, let them know reading is the cool thing to do.
Read to your children. No matter their age, reading aloud strengthens their vocabulary and language skills. It also opens up opportunity for discussion.
Have your children read to you, too. You never know what you might learn!
HOW TO OBSERVE #ReadAcrossAmericaDay #DrSeussDay
Pick up an interesting book and read it. More importantly, read with a child. Use #ReadAcrossAmericaDay or #DrSeussDay to post on social media.

On February 26, have a happily ever after kind of day. It’s National Tell A Fairy Tale Day!
OW TO OBSERVE #TellAFairyTaleDay
How to Tell a Great Story:
Engage your audience. Children like to participate. Have them quack every time the Ugly Duckling is mentioned, or make the motions of climbing Jack’s beanstalk.
Use repetition. Repeated stanzas, syllables or movements will keep the kids engaged. It not only helps them to remember the story but sets them up for the next round of the repeated phrase or stanza.
Give your characters a voice. Nobody likes a monotone storyteller. Buehler, Buehler, Buehler. No, not even children like the monotone. Varying your voice for each character and inflecting excitement, sadness and disappointment will create drama and stimulate the imaginations of the little minds listening to you.
Ask questions as you go. It’s an excellent way to keep your story flowing and to gauge the children’s listening skills.
Find out if someone has a story of their own. You might be in the presence of a great storyteller!
Share your favorite fairy tale with friends and family. Try relating them from memory as this has long been a tradition. Visit a library or local bookstore for storytime. Use #TellAFairyTaleDay to post on social media.

National Chocolate Covered Nut Day on February 25th recognizes the delicious and crunchy snack drizzle, covered, dunked or smothered in chocolate. The possibilities are endless with so many different types of nuts and chocolate combinations.
HOW TO OBSERVE #ChocolateCoveredNutDay
Whether it be unsweetened chocolate, sweet chocolate, semisweet chocolate, white chocolate or dark chocolate mixed with peanuts, cashews, almonds, macadamias, pecans, or any other nut, enjoy your favorite combination!! Use #ChocolateCoveredNutDay to post on social media.

National Caregivers Day on the third Friday in February honors the health care professionals across the country providing long-term and hospice care.

HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalCaregiversDay
Take time to thank a caregiver for their dedication and care of our loved ones. There are several ways to show your appreciation:
Give them a card of thanks.
Let them know with a kind word of encouragement.
Tell their supervisor how much you appreciate the services.
Employers can provide a special appreciation luncheon.
Use #NationalCaregiversDay to post on social media.

On February 20th, pet lovers everywhere observe National Love Your Pet Day. This holiday focuses on giving extra attention to our pets. The day encourages pampering our pets and focusing on the special relationship pets hold in our lives.

HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalLoveYourPetDay
Bring your pet a special treat, take an extra-long walk or give them more attention. Other ideas include:
Check that their vaccines are up to date.
Watch a pet video with them full of cats, dogs and other critters.
Give them a few extra strokes with the brush while grooming.
Practice their favorite commands – sit, shake, rollover.
Play their favorite game or bring out their best toy.
Inspect their toys to make sure they’re in good shape. Throw out any broken toys.
Wash their bedding, even if it’s not their laundry day. Let them fluff it up just the way they like it.
Whatever you decide to do, spoil and appreciate your pets! Use #NationalLoveYourPetDay to post on social media.

On the third Monday in February, the United States celebrates the federal holiday known as Presidents Day. The day takes place during the birth month of the country’s two most prominent presidents, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. While the day once only honored President George Washington on his birthday, February 22nd, the day now never lands on a single president’s birthday.

HOW TO OBSERVE #PresidentsDay
Some businesses close, including banks and federal buildings. Celebrate your favorite U.S. president. Here are some ways to participate:
Watch a documentary about the POTUS. For example, The Presidents by the History Channel.
See if you can name all the presidents in order.
Challenge yourself to some presidential trivia:
Who are the three presidents who served in 1841?
Forty years later, this same phenomenon occurred again in 1881. Name the three presidents who served that year.
Name the three presidents who died on July 4th.
Who were the four presidents who were assassinated while in office?
Use #PresidentsDay to post on social media.

Valentine’s Day began as St. Valentine’s Day, a liturgical celebration of one or more early Christian saints named Valentinus. February 14th first became associated with romantic love during the High Middle Ages as the tradition of courtly love was then flourishing. During 18th century England, this day evolved into an occasion in which lovers expressed their love for each other by presenting flowers, offering confectionery and sending Valentine cards.
HOW TO OBSERVE #ValentinesDay
You can surprise your special someone with flowers, chocolate or a card. Bring a smile to their face with an original poem or homemade meal. If you’re short on ideas, the Dating Divas offer a list of 115 Literal last-minute Valentine’s Day ideas to save your goose!
Get something special for your Valentine and use #ValentinesDay to post on social media.

Big hearts give big on National Giving Hearts Day! On the second Thursday in February each year, the celebration offers one of the best opportunities to donate to your favorite charity. Not only that, this is the longest-running giving day in the United States. So many hearts and so much to give!
HOW TO OBSERVE ON #GivingHeartsDay
Visit the website to find your charity. Spread the word. And on the big day, donate to your favorite charity. It’s the best way to show your support and how giving your heart is. The minimum donation is $10, but how much is that really? Two cups of coffee?
Use #GivingHeartsDay to share the day on social media, too.

Also known as Christmas pudding, National Plum Pudding Day celebrates a traditional holiday dessert. On February 12th, learn about this tasty treat with an interesting history.
HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalPlumPuddingDay
Make your favorite plum pudding recipe. Don’t have one? We found a delicious one for you to try and a sauce to top it with, too. Be sure to invite someone to enjoy it with you.
Plum Pudding
Plum Pudding Sauce
Use #NationalPlumPuddingDay to post on social media.

Always observed on February 11th, National Make A Friend Day is a fantastic opportunity to meet someone new and make a new friendship. Friends serve a vital role in everyone’s lives. They are one of life’s most valuable assets.

“Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light” – Helen Keller

HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalMakeAFriendDay
Make a new friend and use #NationalMakeAFriendDay to post on social media.

National Inventors’ Day honors inventors of the past, the creators of the present, and encourages the architects of the future. On February 11th, the day celebrates the genius behind invention while digging into the history behind some of our most unusual designs.
What do Ermal Fraze, Thomas Adams, Melitta Bentz, and Stephen Perry all have in common? They are recognized annually on February 11th, along with the likes of the Wright brothers, Thomas Edison, George Washington Carver, and Elisha Otis.
HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalInventorsDay
Inventors around the country, take a bow. Keep tinkering. Keep seeking a cure, a fix, and improvements to our everyday life. Take time to recognize an inventor and encourage them to keep creating the next great invention.
Use #NationalInventorsDay to share on social media.
Educators, visit the National Day Calendar® Classroom for a lesson designed for National Inventors’ Day.

World Nutella Day celebrates what happens when hazelnuts and chocolate collide. For example, millions of people celebrating all on February 5th each year!

HOW TO OBSERVE #WorldNutellaDay
Enjoy your favorite hazelnut spread. It’s that simple! Of course, we always suggest celebrating with a friend or family member. Celebrations are best when shared. Create a new recipe or try the one you’ve itching to try. Don’t have any? Well, we’ve found a few. And share your favorites while you’re testing and tasting, too!
Mocha Latte
Nutella Banana Bread
Bread Pudding with Nutella
Use #WorldNutellaDay to share on social media.

On National Shower with a Friend Day on February 5th is a tongue in cheek way of educating people about the benefits filtered, chlorine-free water.

HOW TO OBSERVE #ShowerWithAFriendDay
Shower with filtered water. Learn more about the harmful effects of chlorine and how to filter it. Use #ShowerWithAFriendDay to post on social media.

National Thank A Mail Carrier Day (also known as Thank a Mailman Day) on February 4th reminds us that someone makes sure the mail gets through 6 days a week 52 weeks a year.

HOW TO OBSERVE #ThankAMailCarrierDay
Give your mail carrier a big thank you. One way to celebrate is with a friendly smile or a token of appreciation. Let your mail carrier know how much you value them. At National Day Calendar, we sure appreciate the service our mail carrier, Tim, provides. Thanks, Tim! Give your mail carrier a shout out on social media using #ThankAMailCarrierDay.

Importance of Reading With Kids: 10 Great Benefits .

he importance of reading cannot be emphasized enough in young children, and we as parents need to make every day reading a high priority.

On January 8th, National English Toffee Day celebrates a favored confection that’s been enjoyed across the country for generations.

HOW TO OBSERVE #EnglishToffeeDay
Gather up your ingredients. Making toffee can be both challenging and rewarding. It’s also a beautiful candy with delicious textures. Share it with the office or family members. We’ve even provided several recipes for you to try.
Visit your favorite bakery or candy shop to pick up an order of English toffee freshly made. Yes, some places still make it fresh.
Saltine Toffee Cookies
Classic English Toffee
Frozen English Toffee Cake
Toffee Bars

Use #EnglishToffeeDay to post on social media

National Thank God It’s Monday Day encourages us to celebrate the first Monday of the new year with vigor and energy.
HOW TO OBSERVE #ThankGodItsMondayDay
Enjoy the first Monday of the year. How will you use your Mondays? Let us know by using #ThankGodItsMondayDay to post on social media.

New Year's Resolutions for Kids

Setting and achieving goals is an excellent way for kids to learn responsibility. As the New Year approaches, it is a perfect time to set goals with kids.

How do you make a New Year’s Resolution Chart? How to help kids make New Year's Resolutions and some sample New Year's Resolutions for Kids.

"For last year’s words belong to last year’s language and next year’s words await another voice." -T.S Eliot

May the New Year bring you happiness, peace, and prosperity. Wishing you all a joyous 2020!

May this year bring new happiness, new goals, new achievements and a lot of new inspirations on your life. Wishing you a year fully loaded with happiness.

The Early Education Experience

The Early Education Experience was established to create a positive ,structured and fun learning environment for children ages 6 weeks to 12 years. We hope to give children and families a quality early education outlook on Technology and Science. We believe in promoting exciting opportunities for a overall growth and development of your child. The Early Education Experience believes in family involvement and teacher inspiration, combined with creative activities that make children explore different ways of learning will lead us to our goal of giving children THE EARLY EDUCATION EXPERIENCE.

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