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Welcome back, Summer Series friends! This Wednesday was the first official day of summer for all of us in the northern hemisphere (even though it’s felt like summer for a while now), and that means beach vacations, barbeques and general outdoor festivities. Summer is also the time of year when the Sun comes out to play. This week, we’re focusing on all the fun experiments you can do while having fun in the Sun this Summer!

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June 10, 2017
Kacey Templin

Summer Learning Series Part 1: Harry Potter

Learning at Home

All aboard the Hogwarts Express! Summer may have just started, but wizarding school has just begun. This week our Summer Learning Series highlights a literary favorite – Harry Potter.

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June 03, 2017
Rachael Rufino

6 Summer Snacks for Every Chef Level

Creativity, Learning at Home

As the weather warms up, it’s time to start thinking about what snacks to stock up on for all your outdoor activities and travels!  Most of these easy do-it-yourself snacks contain inexpensive ingredients that are sitting in the pantry at home.  Straight from our Pinterest foodie board, these snacks are also easy to adjust for picky eaters and those with food allergens.  Whether you’re a cooking novice, kitchen master, or will be having little ones help you, these recipes are sure to please.  So chefs, to your stations!

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May 22, 2017
Maile Proctor

5 Fun Creative Ways to Help Kids Study

Learning at Home, STEAM

Getting your kids to study and do their homework can be a struggle for parents. You want them to learn the material, but it can be hard to convince them to buckle down and hit the books. Luckily, there are a number of things you can do to make studying more fun and effective for your kids. Try these creative ideas to help your kids study.

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May 20, 2017
Rachael Rufino

Guide Your Child to Have a Fulfilling Career

Learning at Home, Learning Through Play, Girls & STEM, STEAM

Children have ever-expanding aspirations and as an adult, it can be challenging to be the voice of encouragement, reason and guidance for them.  Their dream jobs now will likely change as they gain experience and it’s up to their guardians to help provide the resources and insight to formulate and revise decisions.

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May 07, 2017
Kacey Templin

Fostering Life Skills Without Home Ec: Everyday Skills

Learning at Home, Learning Through Play

This post is the fourth and final installment in a series covering life skills that are disappearing as our world technologically advances.  As young adults find themselves struggling to learn self-care, social, and financial skills later in life, there is now a demand for such workshops and classes at the college-level.  In some instances, technology has also created a need for new life skills that weren’t essential before.  In this series, we will explore our top life skills and how your child can master them through fun activities.  To follow this series, please subscribe to our blog and follow us on social media. 

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April 29, 2017
Rachael Rufino

Fostering Life Skills Without Home Ec: Safety

Learning at Home, Learning Through Play

This post is the third installment in a series covering life skills that are disappearing as our world technologically advances.  As young adults find themselves struggling to learn self-care, social, and financial skills later in life, there is now a demand for such workshops and classes at the college-level.  In some instances, technology has also created a need for new life skills that weren’t essential before.  In this series, we will explore our top life skills and how your child can master them through fun activities.  To follow this series, please subscribe to our blog and follow us on social media. 

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