Kids Activities & Education

Happy family reading outdoors

According to the International Reading Association, about 40 percent of high school students lack the literacy skills sought by employers.  In the U.S., an estimated 32 million adults are unable to read, and 780 million of the […]

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This guest post has been submitted by Sarah Normandie   Teach your young child the science of creating colors with these fun activities that link art, science and literature all together. Your  “color scientist” will […]

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Fire Prevention Week

Fire Prevention Week is coming up soon. In fact, with September nearly over it is just right around the corner –  October 7 – 13. With small kids in the house, I feel that it is so important to […]

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A friend with an older child once told me about the importance of kids continuing to learn over the summer. As a mom to a toddler and a preschooler, I was quite perplexed; wasn’t summer […]

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Being a first time mom, I bombarded Gracie with all sorts of activities. We would do multiple things each day. I had a refrigerator full of artwork and other projects. This time around with Matthew, […]

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Every morning, Monday through Friday, I send all five of my kids off to school. I am fortunate to have wonderful schools here with caring, wonderful teachers. I have often had the same thoughts as […]

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Easter Traveler (Back View)

Grace Pamer, the love letters lady behind Romantic Frugal Mom, is joining us today for a fantastic guest post. We are so thrilled she is sharing her thoughts on the topical debate of whether kids […]

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I want to know…how do you feel about volunteering at your children’s school? Are you one of those moms who signs up for everything or do you screen your calls and let the answering machine […]

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SAT tutor, Robert Levine, is guest posting today with some tips on how to chose the best SAT tutor for yourself or your student. Before going off to college, before I looked at my first […]

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My mom was a good cook. She was an excellent seamstress and was a talented painter, too. But of all the things that I remember about my mom when I was younger, it’s her love […]

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