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Frugal Fun to Occupy Boys

January 21, 2018

Keeping boys occupied and happy is not for the faint of heart. Boys like to get dirty. They like to stick their hands in everything. They like to play with things that make parents cringe with fear over germs and just plain nastiness. But, if you are willing to overcome your germophobia, and get your […]

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What to do with Kids on a Snowday

January 21, 2018

You wake up one early December morning to find the house filled with a blinding light. You shuffled out to the kitchen, wishing as soon as your bare feet begin the slow shuffle towards the heavenly coffee machine that you had remembered to put your slippers on. It’s not until you’ve raised the steaming black […]

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Students Rainy Day

January 21, 2018

Are you a schoolteacher or someone who has the desire to go into this profession? If you are planning to work in this occupation, do you have the desire to teach physical education classes or teach at the elementary or middle school levels? Students who take gym classes or have recess usually spend some of […]

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Self Directed Learning Children Education Play

January 21, 2018

WHAT IS IT? Self-directed play is the idea that children drive and structure their own play and hence learning from that play. They are able to freely follow their interests and inclinations without the constraints that adults, computers or other forms of structure place upon their world. Self-directed play has many advocates that praise its […]

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The best Games for Kids

January 21, 2018

A Parent’s Choices for Appropriate Games for Children In today’s world, a parent is frequently faced with the difficulty of keeping their children safe from over-exposure to the adult world. Violence, sex and drug use have been glamorized on television, in movies, across the Internet, and infiltrating video game systems which are very popular with […]

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Perfect Snow Day for Children

January 20, 2018

So you are stuck at home with all the kids, as the school closed for a snow day.  If you are smart, you already have hot chocolate mix in the pantry. Remember snow days, when you were a child? What more information do you need, to keep the children occupied and happy?  Go back and […]

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What to do with Childrens Artwork

January 20, 2018

Are your children always doodling, designing, painting and pasting? If so, you have the parenting challenge known as “artwork overload.” Just what does a dedicated parent do with all those mini-masterpieces, anyway? Right now your fridge is covered with so many collages you’re having trouble finding the door handle. What’s the solution? Showcase your children’s […]

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Creative Dress up Clothes for Children

January 20, 2018

I have spent a lot of time and money building up toy collections for my four sons. But the area in their toy closet that they return to day after day is their dress up corner! Boys and girls love to play dress-up. It is a fabulous way for them to explore the often frightening […]

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Snow Day Activities for Kids to Enjoy

January 20, 2018

During the winter months kids dream of those wonderful, random days, when they can cast all their worries aside, throw caution to the wind, break free, and have a good time. Yes, that’s right, were talking snow days! The absolute best thing kids can do on a snow day is get outside in the snow, […]

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Good old Fashioned Fun for Kids Activities that don’t Involve TV or a Computer

January 20, 2018

Excessive TV viewing makes people lazy. I’m not saying that all television content is bad, PBS has some great educational programs. I’m talking about the nearly 30 hours a week the average child watches television. All those hours wasted in a passive activity that does little to stimulate creativity or imagination. Need more incentive? Check […]

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