The Importance of Parent Play Parenting

Guest Post – Meagan Forsgren It’s not every day I get to share my personal story of why my Mom makes such a great teacher and mentor for hundreds of children and students who struggle with education and learning disabilities, but the answer is simple. She makes a great teacher because she is a great Mom! Sure, we had our challenges growing up, and there...

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3 Ways to Improve Writing Efficiency at Home Writing

As a mom, I’ve had countless opportunities to watch my children discover that even though they played at the park, they sat on their blanket instead of sitted. Children learn to use grammar without ever knowing what it means to conjugate a verb. So why, with all that grammar usage under their belts, is it so hard to put those words on paper? Writing takes...

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Raw Honey: Brain-Building Food for More than just Weight-Loss Nutrition

Over the past few years, as we have talked with friends and family members, I’ve discovered something interesting. More and more people are adding new additions to their family, and I’m not talking about kids. Funny enough, it’s Bees! Now why would more people purchase beehives for their own backyard if those pesky bugs like to sing kids and other friends who want to come...

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Why Self-Esteem Affects Your Child’s Education – Part I Education

When my daughter was young, she was a happy confident child that just wouldn’t stop talking. After a long day of work when I was beat and exhausted, she would sit on my lap or in bed after reading stories and wouldn’t stop talking to me until bedtime. I loved that she was bright and social with her friends and classmates. However, as the years...

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Why Kids Need More Enzymes in their Diet Nutrition

First and foremost, what is an enzyme and why do we care? As we know, better nutrition and healthy eating is important for all children. The numbers in child obesity and learning disabilities are rising and can affect how a child learns and develops. Enzymes are found in the body and in foods that are essential for growing children and adults. We cannot live without...

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Parenting: Mom, Dad, You’re Fired! Parenting

Alarm goes off, late again. Quickly brush your teeth, wake the kids and hurry them into the bathroom. Snap your fingers because they aren’t moving fast enough. Jump in the shower yourself and look in the mirror. Those dark circles didn’t vanish overnight. Pack the kids lunches and make sure their backpacks include last night’s science project. Boss is going to be upset again for...

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3 Educational Goals to Set with Your Kids in the New Year Uncategorized

If you haven’t set New Year’s goals with your kids in the past, this is a great year to try it out and have some fun with your kids. Setting New Year’s resolutions doesn’t have to be painful, boring, or a chore. It can actually be a really fun family activity and a way to get them excited about the New Year. Before your kids head...

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The Best Sensory Stocking Stuffers for Kids Sensory

Sensory Stocking Stuffers for Christmas This article provides great toys for holiday stocking stuffers to help sensory kids. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. Do you know the legend behind the Christmas stocking and why we stuff our stockings filled with goodies each year? It isn’t just by chance that on Christmas morning kids wake up to find candy, treats, and toys in their...

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Symbols of Christmas Education

If we look through a child’s eyes at Christmas time, what do you think we would see? Would it be presents under the tree, spying to see Santa’s sleigh, or maybe the warm goodies coming out of the oven and the Christmas music playing in the background. We all have memories of what Christmas means to us and special traditions that have been passed down, sometimes...

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Who’s that Celebrity: Danny Keefe Celebrity

The blare of sports casters and the sounds of athletes can be heard throughout my house on any given day. ESPN is a constant channel in my home that consumes much of our time. Typically, I drown out the noise and the latest talk about players and fantasy football teams, but on this particular day, a story caught my attention. A young boy born in Massachusetts,...

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