Articles in Youth

Choosing the Right Camp

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Camps are about learning as much as they’re about fun. Through hands-on experiences, unique challenges, and cooperative tasks with newly-made friends, those stories about camp will resonate for a lifetime. ... Read full article

Captivate, Educate, Motivate: 10 Ways the Summer Olympics Can Inspire Your Child

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From the Opening Ceremony to the final flame, the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, promises to inspire children with amazing athletic feats and lasting life lessons.... Read full article

Barbie For President!

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Barbie's running for president, and you can bet that she has our vote!... Read full article

American Girl Dolls Made Just For You

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American Girl is now creating dolls that look just like you. Because not all children look the same, not all dolls should look the same!... Read full article

MasterChef Junior Open Call

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Does your child have what it takes to be the next MasterChef Junior? It requires hard work, determination, and confidence, but the kids on the show have better cooking skills than most adults!... Read full article

Ask the coach -Signing up for that first youth sport

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You’ve been waiting since the day your child was born to sign him up for T- ball and it’s finally time. The only problem is he doesn’t want to play. He doesn’t want to play soccer or T-ball either. ... Read full article

AVOIDING THE ENTITLEMENT TRAP

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Raising our children in a consumption-crazed culture We all love giving to our children; there’s nothing like witnessing the joy on a child’s face when he receives a coveted toy, a favorite meal, or the latest gadget. ... Read full article

Choosing the Right Swim Program for Your Child

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Most parents recognize the need to give their children swimming lessons to keep them safe in the water. Living in south Louisiana, it is almost a necessity with most outdoor activities. But teaching philosophies may vary from one program to the next... Read full article

ALL YOU NEED IS A BOX

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Unique cardboard box activities for children ALL YOU NEED IS A BOX Unique cardboard box activities for children Who doesn't enjoy taking part in family activities such as creating new games? But sometimes that is not always easy especially if... Read full article

SHOULD MY CHILD SAY “I’M SORRY”?

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Teaching children to apologize–and mean it Parent: “Say you’re sorry!” Child: “I’m sorry.” Parent: “Tell them why!” Child: “I’m sorry for taking your book.” Parent: “Without asking.” Child: “Without asking.” Sound somewhat familiar? ... Read full article

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