Month: March 2020

Best Ways To Celebrate The First Day of Spring With Kids

Spring has a special place in my heart because it is a time of new life. This is why many nations, such as Japan, have festivals to celebrate the season of spring. I am already seeing the cherry blossoms begin to bud on the trees! Since I do not yet have seasonal allergies, spring is

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Book Spotlight: Germs Are Not For Sharing by Michelle Verdick

In the midst of the coronavirus worldwide pandemic, you want to find a way to teach young children about practicing proper hand hygiene to prevent them from getting sick. Many books about hand hygiene are more geared towards older readers and are therefore too complex for toddlers and preschoolers. Germs are Not For Sharing is

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Simple Things To Do With Toddlers for St. Patrick’s Day

When you think about St. Patrick’s Day, you think about drinking or going out to the St. Patrick’s Day parade. But after you have a child your life changes in many ways, including your social life. While an older child would be able to handle busy crowds, such as parades, young kids don’t fare as

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12 Ways To Celebrate National Pi Day With Kids

National Pi Day is a STEM-based national holiday that is dedicated to the number pi. Rightfully celebrated on March 14th (3.14), it is a great holiday for kids because it is the perfect time to teach them about concepts related to math and science. Older kids can do more complicated activities to tackle even the

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