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Ideas for the Kids for a Spring Break Sleepover

Posted on: Thursday, March 27th, 2014 in Activities for kids, Family Activities, Games, imagination and play, Kid's imagination, parent involvement, spring, Spring break for kids

Of course its spring – snow is in the forecast!  Being the eternal optimist I am ignoring the forecast and celebrating the extended daylight and thinking about Spring Break.  Some families may be going on vacation, but many of us … read more »

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Happy Holidays

Posted on: Tuesday, March 26th, 2013 in Conversation with kids, Family Activities, Holiday, Spring break for kids

Our car is packed and we’re on our way so we can be with our loved ones to celebrate the holidays together. If you’re also traveling be sure take your READS cards with you – just in case the kids … read more »

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Make Flag Day the beginning of a summer reading program.

Posted on: Tuesday, June 12th, 2012 in American Flag, Family Activities, Flag Day, Reading tips for kids, Reluctant Readers, Spring break for kids, Summer learning loss

School is almost over for the kids in our country.  Even though they have earned the right to relax and take it easy, it’s important for parents to remember that their role as the reading homework helper will now change.  … read more »

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Book Selections for a Spring Break sleepover – 04/06/12

Posted on: Friday, April 6th, 2012 in Activity Book, Book List, Book recommendations, Books, Spring break for kids

A few weeks ago, our blog suggested a sleepover to keep the kids busy for a night during Spring Break.  If you’re planning a sleepover (Spring Break or some other time) here are some book suggestions that will help with … read more »

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A Spring Break sleepover

Posted on: Tuesday, March 20th, 2012 in Family Activities, Games, parent involvement, Spring break for kids

It’s hard to believe but winter is over and spring has sprung!  Although many of us enjoyed an easy winter, I, for one, am celebrating the official beginning of spring today.  The kids have outdoor recess, it stays lighter longer, … read more »

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