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Fun Things to do with Snow in Winter

January 19, 2018

The first few days of snow are nice.  Schools are cancelled, everywhere is white and fluffy, you can throw snowballs at each other and random passers by, you can make snowmen.  However after those first few days people, especially children, can start to get a bit bored.  After all how many snowmen and snowangels can […]

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Fun Rainy Day Activities

January 19, 2018

Rainy days do not have to be boring. They can actually be a lot of fun. Young children look forward to the rainy days because they are times when they are able to just play and have fun.  Here are some great activities for a rainy day. Making salt Clay – There are a lot […]

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An Overview of Summer Camps

January 19, 2018

The effects of a week full of climbing, rappelling and kayaking aren’t surprising: “We make kids tired,” said Kevin Tobin. Tobin is the director of Passages Adventure Camp, where tiredness is a by-product, benefit and bragging point. “As the week goes on parents will notice their kids will want to go to be earlier and […]

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Rainy Day Activities for Young Children

January 19, 2018

When it’s raining, children often find themselves bored. They hear the monotonous pitter patter of the rain. If they were me, they would simply curl up in a warm spot and read a book. But, if they aren’t like me, then here are some activities they could try: Telling Scary / Old Stories This is […]

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How Teaching your Child Golf Emphasizes Sportsmanship and Parental Bonding

January 19, 2018

Recently, my son was introduced to the most frustrating sport on the face of the earth golf. I hesitated to let him learn, because I wasn’t sure I wanted to submit him to the pain and agony mixed with periodic moments of glee that only golf can bring. But, my son is a true sports-lover, […]

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How to Encourage and Improve Kids Writing Skills

January 19, 2018

Encouraging your kids to write over the summer is relatively easy.  Many of the activities below may also help maintain family quality time. Sit down with your child(ren) and help them learn to be creative with their writing. Give them a writing prompt or let them pick a story title. As they begin to write, […]

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Activities to keep your Children Busy

January 19, 2018

Parents can sometimes struggle to find ways to entertain their children particularly in the summer holidays when children spend more time at home than normal. It can be an expensive affair finding activities to entertain children and sometimes money is tight so it makes it seem like a pressure on parents to find entertainment for […]

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How to Build a Snow Fort

January 19, 2018

Your kids get a snow day and there’s nothing to do or maybe it’s snowing like crazy on a Winter weekend, why not get the kids together and build a snow fort. It’s relatively simple, so kids can easily help out and it’s free. Here’s how to make your own personal Maginot Line. First, get geared […]

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The best Games for Kids

January 19, 2018

The importance of teaching kids how to gamble ranks right up there with teaching them to say “please” and “thank you.” Disagree? Read on. Few realize that a deck of cards contains life lessons. Notwithstanding the unique opportunity to learn numbers (OK, just 2-10) and letters (OK, just J, K, Q and A) at a […]

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Indoor Games for Kids

January 19, 2018

Sometimes the weather does not co-operate and it is necessary for children to play inside, rather than out in the fresh air. There is a whole host of board games suitable for children to play on rainy days, like Monopoly, Scrabble, Hungry Hippo and more. But what if those board games aren’t around? Below are some […]

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