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Teaching Kids about Memorial Day

Teaching Kids about Memorial DayBlog Introduction:Memorial Day, observed on the last Monday of May, is a day of remembrance for those who died while serving in the United States military. As parents, it's important to teach our children the significance of this national holiday and why we honor and remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country.Here are some ways to teach kids about Memorial Day:Learn about the history of Memorial DayTo help children understand the importance of Memorial Day, start by teaching them about the history of this national holiday. Explain to them that Memorial Day originally started as Decoration Day, where families and friends would decorate the graves of their loved ones who died in the...

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How To Encourage Kids to Enjoy Reading

Get your kids excited about reading with these easy steps that promote a love of learning no matter what age they are. As parents, we all know how important it is for our children to read. Reading helps improve language and comprehension skills, exposes kids to new worlds and ideas, and can even boost academic performance. But what do you do when your child just doesn't want to pick up a book? The key to getting kids to enjoy reading is to find books that are interesting and relevant to them. Maybe your child loves animals or superheroes? Look for books that feature their favorite characters or explore topics that they're passionate about. And don't forget to make reading a...

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5 Hilarious Tips on Becoming a Better Parent

5 Hilarious Tips on Becoming a Better ParentParenting isn't easy, especially when it comes to raising tiny humans. There is no magic formula to become the perfect parent, but there are some tips and tricks that can make the journey a bit easier. In this blog, I am going to share five hilarious tips on becoming a better parent. So, grab a cup of coffee, sit back and enjoy!Don't be afraid to act like a childSometimes, it's important to get on your child's level to understand them better. So, don't be afraid to act like a child sometimes. Get down on the floor and play with your kids, make silly faces, or even make fart noises. When you act like...

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Talking to Your Kids About Mental Health

Talking to Your Kids About Mental Health After School ShootingsBlog Introduction: In the wake of recent school shootings, it’s natural to feel scared and overwhelmed. As parents, how do we talk to our children about mental health in a way that is both informative and reassuring? It can be difficult to find the right words to discuss such a serious topic, but it is essential that we use this opportunity to educate our kids on mental health, in order for them to understand why these events occur and how they can better care for themselves and others. The Basics of Mental HealthWhen talking with your kids about mental health, it’s important to start by explaining what mental health is. Mental...

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Spring is Here, Time to Get Allergy Ready!

Spring is Here, Time to Get Allergy Ready!Spring is here and that means the sneezing, coughing, and general malaise of seasonal allergies has returned. Allergies can be a pain, but there are some things you can do to make sure your child’s allergies don’t get out of control this season. Let’s take a look!Seeing the Doctor First and foremost, if your child has never been tested for allergies or if their allergies have changed over time, it may be time for an appointment with the doctor. An allergist can perform tests to determine what kind of allergens may be triggering your child’s symptoms. From there, you can discuss treatment options such as allergen immunotherapy or medications that might help keep...

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