Parenting

Here is an easy activity you can do with your Cub Scout den. For Tiger Scouts, it fills the requirement for “Feed the Birds”, Elective 32 in the Cub Scout Tiger Cub Handbook. The goal of this activity: “Birds and other outdoor animals need to eat food every day just like you do. If you…

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by Rachel Paxton How can you show your child’s teachers how much you appreciate them? A simple ‘thank you’ doesn’t seem adequate for some of the most important people in your child’s life, but how many “World’s Best Teacher” mugs does any teacher really need? Here are some teacher appreciation ideas to help you tell…

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Volunteering with your children is a fantastic way, not only to solidify our relationship but it’s also a great way to introduce some important life lessons to your children in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. If chosen correctly, the right volunteering activity can encourage and excite children (acting more as a fun day out, than…

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It is hard on both Mom and the young students who are away at college during the Easter holidays. But you as a Mom can make your students Easter enjoyable with just these little things. The best way to start out with an Easter package for a college student is the traditional Easter basket. This…

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