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Fun Craft Ideas for November

Fun Craft Ideas for November

| November 8, 2022 | 10 Comments

November is here, and the fall season is in full force. If you’re looking for new and interesting craft ideas to keep yourself and your kids busy, there is no better time of year than this. The season and the upcoming holidays lend themselves to all sorts of creative activities, and fall is a great […]

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Learning with Candy fun creative ways to teach

Learning with Candy fun creative ways to teach

| November 3, 2022 | 1 Comment

Well, much to my surprise the holiday season is already in full swing…. Ah what? Yes, this afternoon I walked into a girls’ clothing store shopping for my niece’s birthday present and heard Christmas music. Ah!!!! It’s only early November  and I still have bags of Halloween trick-or-treat candy around the house. The only thought […]

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Fun Fall Family Activities

Fun Fall Family Activities

| October 25, 2022 | 11 Comments

With chilly temperatures starting to settle over much of the United States, you may find yourself looking for ways to spend the cozy weekends in the months ahead. Here are some fun things to do on your kids’ days off during the months of October and November:

Go apple-picking. You can spend a cool morning in […]

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Supporting Your Student’s High School Activities

Supporting Your Student’s High School Activities

| September 30, 2022 | 5 Comments

If you are the parent of a high school student involved in an extracurricular activity (or several) you probably already know why those activities are important. Whether it’s a sports team or cheerleading, drama club or chess club, these extra activities are teaching your child about time management and commitment, improving her social skills, raising […]

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Organizing Your Child’s Bedroom

Organizing Your Child’s Bedroom

| September 15, 2022 | 29 Comments

You know how difficult it can be to work efficiently in a messy, unkempt area. As your child heads back to school this fall, having a disorganized bedroom can keep her from being able to focus on her other tasks, such as getting ready in the morning or doing her homework in the evening. I […]

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Helping Your High School Freshman Adjust

Helping Your High School Freshman Adjust

| August 15, 2022 | 1 Comment

If your son or daughter graduated from 8th grade a couple of months ago, you’re ready to jump into being the parent of a high schooler! This transition can be just as hard on you as it is for your child, or even more so; it can be hard to realize that your baby is […]

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School Choice: Know Your Options

School Choice: Know Your Options

| August 4, 2022 | 0 Comments

When it comes time to choose a school for your children, you may have a lot of choices: In my community alone, there are a handful of public elementary schools, three charter schools, a few private schools and a large network of homeschoolers. With so many choices, how do you make the right one for […]

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Preparing for Fall Vegetable Gardening

Preparing for Fall Vegetable Gardening

| July 27, 2022 | 0 Comments

We live in South Florida, and the heat and humidity in July and August are awful.  However I love my vegetable garden, so after picking all the veggies in June I wanted to find ways to stay busy in the summer.  I have found that at least certain herbs thrive despite the heat, including basil, […]

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Summertime Enrichment that is Budget Friendly

Summertime Enrichment that is Budget Friendly

| June 22, 2022 | 1 Comment

Now that school is over for the year, your kids have a lot of time on their hands. Without the day-to-day interaction with peers that they have during the school year, they will likely be complaining of boredom after the novelty of sleeping in and lounging around the house wears off. With friends going on […]

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Growing May Flowers: Easy Picks for New Gardeners

Growing May Flowers: Easy Picks for New Gardeners

| May 17, 2022 | 0 Comments

The April showers should be winding down now, as it’s time for May flowers, as the saying goes. The reality is that when you plant flowers really depends on where you live. Before you try to plant anything, you should talk to someone at your local nursery or at least look up which agricultural zone […]

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