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Keep your Kids learning through Summer Vacation

by on Friday, May 27, 2016 9:45:00 AM

Summer vacation is upon us and with it long days at the beach and nights full of fireflies and bonfires. Kids think of it as the best time of the year, where you don’t have to study or do homework. But parents worry about kids falling behind or losing all of the precious knowledge they gained during the school year. There are different ways parents can ensure that kids keep learning and succeeding. Many schools are lengthening the school day or year to ensure that kids maintain their...


Making a Summer Bucket List of Family Activities

by on Wednesday, May 25, 2016 9:10:00 AM

Summer is often the best time of year for kids. There is no school, days at the beach, family vacations, summer camp, and tons of other fun things to do. For parents, it can be a bit more complicated than that. Whether you work or stay at home, summer can be a difficult time dealing with added day care, bored kids, and the expense of many summer activities. Summer can seem to crawl slowly by, until you near the end of August and realize, it’s almost over! Panic sets in as you look back on your...


Fun with Water in Warm Weather

by on Monday, May 23, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Summer is coming, and with it comes long, fun filled days at the lake, ocean, or pool. You may not have access to a lake or beach nearby, but that shouldn’t stop you from having tons of fun with water with your child. Try these tips for safe, watery fun with your child this summer. Start with Water Safety To begin, remember to provide your children with a comprehensive lesson in water safety before letting them near any bodies or water, or even tubs or other pools of water. Although playing...


What to Do About Your Picky Eater

by on Friday, May 20, 2016 9:16:00 AM

As parents, nearly all of us have experienced the difficulties and frustrations of dealing with a picky eater. Indeed, often times no matter how hard we try or how much we plead, our little ones will refuse to eat a foods that are healthy and took quite a bit of time to prepare. We may even remember our own parents making us sit at the table until we ate our broccoli. Of course, we certainly can’t force our children to eat anything, and sometimes they may simply reject a food because they’re...

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How to choose the best summer camp for your child

by on Wednesday, May 18, 2016 11:00:00 AM

Many of us remember going to summer camp and having a wonderful time swimming, playing capture the flag, making intricate friendship bracelets, and lots of new friends. It was great to sleep in the cabin and roam through the woods and be away from our parents and siblings for a week or two. Spending time away from family is a great way for kids to learn how to be more independent and resilient. It is also, for many children the only time that they have access to unstructured play. There are...


Get Kids involved in Learning about Family History

by on Monday, May 16, 2016 8:56:00 AM

Most adults are curious about their family history, where their grandparents or great grandparents came from, and what happened in their lives. Your children may actually be more interested in your family history than you imagine as well. Kids long for a sense of belonging and learning about shared family history can contribute to that. Whether you know a lot or very little about your family history, here are some activities that you and your child can do together to learn more. Interviewing...


What to do When Your Kids are Bored this Summer

by on Friday, May 13, 2016 9:43:00 AM

School is almost out which means your children’s schedules will completely change. Where there were once fully scheduled and regimented days, there are now stretches of unstructured time. This will at first be a novelty for kids, but as with everything, the novelty soon wears off. A common refrain from kids, that all parents will recognize is, “Moooom or Daaaad, I’m bored.” You may even remember saying it yourself as a kid. If you do, you remember the feeling. There is nothing to do. Of...

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The Best Riding Toys for Toddlers

by on Wednesday, May 11, 2016 9:28:00 AM

A ride-on toy is certainly a playtime staple for toddlers throughout the United States. Indeed, riding toys can be fun for children, they can be extremely soothing, and they can even help little ones develop balance and stability skills, two traits that are absolutely necessary when they start walking and running for the very first time. Of course, while there are a variety of riding toys available for toddlers today, there are a specific few that will provide ample benefits for your little...


How to Teach Kids to Be Patient

by on Friday, May 06, 2016 8:49:00 AM

Virtually everyone has heard the timeless adage: “patience is a virtue.” Indeed, this age-old saying holds more than a modicum of truth, as the ability to remain patient is a powerful characteristic, and one that can certainly help anyone throughout all stages of life. Of course, patience is learned, not an innate trait. It is something that most of us have to work on throughout our entire lives. Obviously, if it is hard for us, it is much harder for a child who has not had a lot of practice....

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Teaching Kids about Memorial Day

by on Wednesday, May 04, 2016 2:49:00 PM

For many Americans Memorial Day brings to mind barbecue, spending time on the beach or by the pool, and a day off of work or school. It is the unofficial start to summer and it is a great time for camping, spending time with family and relaxing. Memorial Day is also a day to remember those who have served and died in service to our country. It can be a difficult topic to bring up to children. Today we are sharing some ideas about how you can talk to your kids about Memorial Day and fun...


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