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4 Ways to Create a Memorable Vacation

by Lori Sciame June 17th, 2019| Tweens
Family vacations rule!  Why? They provide a much needed break from the daily grind, as there are no deadlines to meet, no school lunches to pack, or no fourth grade science projects to complete.  Even more importantly, they have the power to create positive and lasting memories for your
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No Sweat Olympics: Active Indoor Games for Kids

by Tania Cowling June 10th, 2019| Elementary, Entertainment
Summer weather can often be so hot and humid that no one wants to be very active. These no-sweat active indoor games for kids do not require high-energy output, but are exciting and fun. Living in the south, these activities kept my kids engaged in easy competitive and skill
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Vacations With Preschoolers and Fun for Parents

by Joe Lawrence June 3rd, 2019| Preschool, Seasonal
Vacation season is finally here. Summer is just around the corner and many of us have or are starting to make plans for the family. What can you do to make the vacation fun for the whole family?

I noticed that most of our vacation plans have been centered on

What to Do If You Hear an Intruder in Your Home

by Editorial Team May 30th, 2019| Pregnancy





Hearing an intruder in your home can be very frightening, especially if you live alone or are responsible for children. However, there are certain steps you can take to minimise the potential danger to yourself and others. Make sure you’re prepared by

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5 Ideas for When You Have to Wait

by Tania Cowling May 27th, 2019| Behavior, Infants/Toddlers
Whether it’s the doctor’s office, a restaurant, the bank, or long lines at the grocery store, there are times of waiting and this is probably very difficult for your young child. There’s a good reason why quiet activities without a lot of movement only last a short while. It’s
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5 Ways Having A Pet Helps A Teen

by Jane Wangersky May 20th, 2019| Social, Teens
When we think of pets being good for our children, we usually think of elementary age kids. After all, they’re at the age when it’s good to start learning responsibility. Teens, not so much. Your teen probably already has a fair amount of responsibilities, maybe sometimes more than they

How to Look After Your Family After An Accident at Work

by Editorial Team May 15th, 2019| Elementary





One of the most important things that may be on your mind when you have an accident at work is how to look after your family while you are injured. This is particularly urgent if you have to spend a lot of time off work

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3 Ways to Assess Pet Readiness

by Lori Sciame May 13th, 2019| Social, Tweens
Bringing a new pet into the home can be an amazing experience or an awful one, especially when tweens are involved.  While pre-teens may express a desire for a cat or a dog, they simple do not understand the tremendous work that comes along with owning a pet.  When
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3 Necessary Social Skills

by Lori Sciame May 6th, 2019| Elementary, Social
Children need to learn a variety of social skills to be able to fit in with their peers.  These many skills are critical in the development of a young person's self worth.  As suggested by Social Skills Central, "failure to make friends can have a significant impact on a
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Does Your Preschool Have an Allergy Plan?

by Tania Cowling April 29th, 2019| Preschool, School
For some children even small amounts of dust mites, pet dander, pollen, mold, and even chalk dust can be detrimental to their health if they suffer from allergies. Things that seem harmless to some kids can cause sneezing, congestion, watery eyes and even asthma in some preschoolers. This is
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Safety of Buying Breast Milk Online

by Tania Cowling April 22nd, 2019| Infants/Toddlers, Safety
One of the main concerns of a new parent is feeding your baby. For nursing mothers, breastfeeding is convenient and gives your child a high nutrient enriched food along with immunity factors. But, what if you can’t breast feed your infant due to mechanical or medical issues? Should you
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Teen’s Perspective on Earth Day

by Sam P. April 15th, 2019| Seasonal, Teens
It may just be me, but it seems as though many teenagers do not care about the environment as much as they should.  I often see kids lazily tossing bottles on the ground, while they're just a few yards from a trash can, or throwing away an entire lunch at
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