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Teaching Children American History

March 19, 2018

Parents often lament what their children are being taught in school as well as bemoaning what they are not being taught; the history of our (U.S.) country’s founding appears to be on the list of not or barely taught items. Whether you consider this lack of early American History a fiendish plot by progressives or […]

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How to Chase the Rainy Day Blues away Activities for Kids

February 4, 2018

Rainy days/weekends do not have to be a bummer for the family. With some creativity, the whole family can have a great time. It is so easy for kids to feel bored when they cannot go outside. There are several things you can do to help chase away those rainy day blues and keep the […]

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Why you should Give Children Chores

February 3, 2018

 Assigning household chores to your children is not only for your benefit, but theirs as well. Chores teach responsibility and self-sufficiency. Chores teach children basic skills for learning how to take of themselves, self-discipline, and how their hard work is rewarded. Furthermore, it helps keep unity within the household when everyone knows what is expected […]

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Keep your Kids Writing

February 1, 2018

The summer is a time for kids to have fun in the sun. That does not mean that they should not be continuing to practice their writing skills over the summer. It does not take a lot of time to keep them in practice. Furthermore, it does not have to be a chore. You can […]

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Tips to Survive Band Camp

January 24, 2018

Band camp is a lot of hard work. In order to survive the ordeal called band camp and still want to part of the band is simply proper packing. Whether you are traveling to another location or just meeting at the school every morning matters not. There is packing to be done. Pack good shoes […]

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Tips to Survive Band Camp

January 23, 2018

The excitement of that first half-time show is just around the corner. The fight song flows through your head, and the drum cadence affects your step, though it’s not yet playing. First, there is band camp! Just as the school’s football team has its pre-season training, so the marching band takes a period, prior to […]

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Fun Kids Activities Kids Winter Break Blues Ideas for Parents Fun Stories Dancing

January 22, 2018

Fun Kid’s Activities to Beat the Winter Blues ” I’m bored!” It’s the statement of choice with kids, especially during winter break. No school, no group of friends to interact with, and no teacher to give instructions, can leave kids completely out of their routines. Listening to a complaining kid all day is no pleasant experience. Finding […]

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Children Play Independent Play Creative Play

January 22, 2018

To create independent play skills, children need to be allowed to develop their imaginative tools at an early age. They need to be shielded from excessive television, to have access to materials and toys that spark their interests, and to be allowed to make messes in pursuit of creating the world in their minds eye. They […]

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How to Raise Gifted Children

January 22, 2018

Raising Gifted Children 5 Feb 2009 Many questions arise when parents realize they have a gifted child. What exactly is a gifted child? Can a child be molded into a genius? How does one maintain the balance between encouragement and pressure? Is it possible to raise a gifted child with his happiness still intact? What […]

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Indoor Rainy Day Activities for Children

January 22, 2018

With winter upon us, there will be days when it’s raining too hard or the snow doesn’t let up, and because of this you’ll be confined to your home. Since children love to play outside, staying indoors isn’t always fun for them. But you can plan indoor activities that will help pass the time and […]

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