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Keep Learning Alive During the Summer Months

Summer learning doesn't have to involve textbooks. In fact, it is well documented that experiential learning helps move concepts from the abstract to the concrete, making summer the perfect time for learning opportunities to abound. “Summer is the perfect time ...

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Make Your Mark on Hunger with generationOn

Make Your Mark on Hunger with generationOn

Eight-year-old Mae Zimmer saw the tough reality of poverty and hunger recently when she visited the two-bedroom, one-bath home of a refugee family of nine living in Dallas. The visit, hosted by Refugee Services of Texas, was the first time ...

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Stop the (Sibling) Insanity!

Stop the (Sibling) Insanity!

Are you being driven crazy by constant sibling fighting? Rivalry, competition, jealousy, and taunting? According to one study, siblings ages 3-7 fight, on average, 7 times per hour. What's a mama to do? The Mother Company is here to help.Ruby's ...

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Welcome Spring! Simple Caterpillar Craft

Welcome Spring! Simple Caterpillar Craft

Caterpillars and butterflies are welcome signs of spring. This quick and easy craft project is a delightful way for you and your child to celebrate the new season. Supplies: construction paper in various colors glue wiggly eyes markers card stock ...

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Budget-Friendly Playdate: Host a Toy Swap

Budget-Friendly Playdate: Host a Toy Swap

Want to keep your child's toy box from over flowing with “stuff” but still give him a few new things to play with? Invite some friends over for a toy swap! It's a great way to clean some extra things ...

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Easy Ways for Your Family to "Go Green"

Easy Ways for Your Family to "Go Green"

April 22nd marks the 45th anniversary of Earth Day. First celebrated in 1970, Earth Day is recognized as the official holiday of the environmental movement. It's an opportunity for us to think about our impact on the Earth and to ...

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Happy Tot Love My Veggies

Happy Tot Love My Veggies

Did You Know? Carrots are not always orange! They can also be found in purple, white, red or yellow! Carrots originated around 900-1000 A.D. in Afghanistan. Today, they provide 30% of the vitamin A in the US diet which is ...

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Getting the Most out of Macaroni Kid

Getting the Most out of Macaroni Kid

THE CALENDAR The calendaR feature will allow you to see the whole month at a glance to see how you may want to plan ahead for events. There are some really cool features that I like to use in Calendar: ...

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