PCHP in the News

  • Teaching Children Responsibility

    In order to help your children grow-up to be responsible adults, it is important to begin talking with them about what responsibility means and why it is important from an early age. Stories and games are some of the best ways to build understanding about why responsibility is not only important but also rewarding. Below…Read More

  • Welcome Spring!

    Spring is officially here! The weather will be getting warmer, flowers will start to bloom, and we can start to spend more time outside! This is the perfect time for your family to explore all the things that come to life in the spring – insects, flowers, trees! Here are some great books to read…Read More

  • World Folktales & Fables Week

      Five Favorite Folktales From Around the World   Reading folktales is a great way to share valuable lessons with your children and entertain them with interesting stories. With simple characters and settings, folktales show how characters use creativity, smarts, and ingenuity to solve problems, with good triumphing over evil. World Folktales and Fables Week…Read More

  • Princeton Alumni Weekly, 3/7/18 – Sarah Walzer ’82 Leads a Nonprofit That Prepares Children for School

      For children who enter school behind, catching up is very difficult. Sarah Walzer ’82, the CEO of the Parent-Child Home Program, is working to eliminate this “preparation gap.” The intensive home visiting program gives families skills and materials to get their child ready for school and helps create a robust learning environment at home.…Read More