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How to Help Your Tween Survive No TV Week

by Michele April 30th, 2018| Seasonal, Tweens
If you're a tween reading this article, you probably have the answer already. It's easy to survive No TV Week. Simply use your tablet. Or phone. Or laptop. However, that isn't the point of No TV Week. And the actual title of the week is No Screen Week. Now, how

Buying Optical Devices for Kids

by Editorial Team April 23rd, 2018| Elementary
If you’ve been trying to find the perfect present for a young one but you hardly know what type of item you ought to consider, we suggest starting out with several types of optical instruments. What is an optical device?

Technically, these units are made using one or multiple lenses so
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Bullies are Easily Handled

by Joe Lawrence April 23rd, 2018| Elementary, Safety
“If he does it again, hit him and he will stop.” This is the advice many of us received as youth while discussing the school bully. For many generations the way to deal with bullies was to out-maneuver them or to stand up to them. Thankfully, there are much better

How to Teach Your Kids About the Value of Life

by Editorial Team April 16th, 2018| Elementary
Do you remember when your parents began to teach you about the value of life? From money to friendships or even the feeling of when you brought home your first few dollars, it is an important part of any childhood to understand and appreciate just how much something or someone
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Protect Your Child From Zoonotic Diseases

by Tania Cowling April 16th, 2018| Preschool, Safety
Did you know that your pet might cause your child to get sick? Are you aware of zoonotic diseases that are transmitted from animals to humans? These maladies range from bacteria to viruses and internal and external parasites to fungal infections. Since having a pet (dogs and cats are the

4 Ways to Unwind as a Busy Parent

by Editorial Team April 10th, 2018| Elementary
As a parent, it’s normal to feel like your busy life is pulling you in different directions. Whether you go to work or stay at home, having children to look after is simultaneously an incredibly challenging and rewarding job that requires your around-the-clock attention. Therefore, it’s important to look after

Why Small Rodents Make Great Pets

by Editorial Team April 10th, 2018| Elementary
If you’re a parent and there are no pets living in your home right now, you’ve probably been asked by your son or daughter to adopt this animal or the next. The fact is that it can be challenging making the right decision when it comes to pets, and that’s
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Teaching Toddlers About Sharing and Caring

by Tania Cowling April 9th, 2018| Infants/Toddlers, Social
Toddlers aren’t born with the knowledge of sharing and caring about others – it’s acquired as they grow. To egocentric toddlers the world revolves around them – and yes, they are in the MINE stage. I think the awareness of sharing and caring begins with the sense of self and
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Teen’s Perspective on Spring Entertainment

by Sam P. April 1st, 2018| Entertainment, Teens
With so many new addicting phone apps and TV shows (I'm looking at you, Stop) we often take for granted what has been given to us naturally for entertainment.  With spring here and summer approaching quickly we need to take advantage of the nature surrounding us and use our natural resources
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