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Articles in School, Nicole Green, Mari Walker, April Guides, Holidays and Leah Conti

Simple Storytelling

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Tell Me About The Good Ol' Days... Read full article

11 April Fools' Pranks for Kids

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If you love to celebrate April Fools' Day with your kiddos, then we’ve got the perfect collection of April Fools' pranks for you. They are all good-spirited April Fools' fun and harmless pranks for kids, and you will be the coolest mom ever.... Read full article

Snow Friend Ornament

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Make It... Read full article

I’m Rubber, You’re Glue But Wait, My Child is the Bully...Help!

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Bullying continues to haunt children throughout our country's communities and schools. But what do you do if you find out your child is a bully?... Read full article

Special Education Teachers Share Their Side with Parents

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Each year, teachers anxiously await the chance to see the faces of those children whose minds they will fill with the phenomenon of knowledge. They are also anxious to talk to their parents to discuss expectations and needs. ... Read full article



Suit Up, Mama!

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You’ll never consider my body bikini-ready or beach-worthy. I’ve never had six-pack abs or been a small person, even in my younger, pre-kid days. I have a soft, squishy tummy; big, strong thighs; big everything.... Read full article

Choosing Who to Be: Baby Halloween Costumes Will Always Be My Favorite

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My girls love to dress up any day, so Halloween season is a favorite because it adds even more options to their already overfilled dress up corner. Oh, and the candy, my girls LOVE candy. (So does their mama!)... Read full article

Ready for Kindergarten and Beyond

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The leap to kindergarten marks the first of many transitions to expect even after your child graduates middle school and then high school.... Read full article

ABCs of Public Schools

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A handy guide to deciphering acronyms.... Read full article

10 Things Kids Should Know Before College

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Your family has survived the testing, the essays, the applications, and the waiting game. Now, it’s time to teach your college-bound child some important skills before she heads out of the house and explores the world on her own. Here are some basic ... Read full article

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