Spring into Spring Cleaning!

Spring into Spring Cleaning!

Spring has officially sprung! You know what that means; time for spring cleaning! Don’t worry. With this checklist and simple tips, you will have the house looking great and feeling fresh. If you like, break the list down to one room per cleaning day or, prioritize which rooms need the most attention. Consider using this […]

Super easy homemade Valentine’s Day cards

Super easy homemade Valentine’s Day cards

The origin of Valentine’s Day is still somewhat a mystery. One legend is that our Valentine’s Day is based on the Roman’s festival called Lupercalia that warded off wolves. Another belief is that St. Valentine was a priest who served during third century Rome who married forbidden couples secretly. Yet another legend is that Valentine […]

Teaching Good Sportsmanship: From Board Games to Ball Fields

Teaching Good Sportsmanship: From Board Games to Ball Fields

Scoring the winning touchdown or bankrupting the other players at Monopoly is a good feeling. We all enjoy the pleasure of a victory. But part of playing the game is being prepared to lose as well. Competition can motivate kids and teach them about their abilities and limitations. It’s just as important to teach our […]

Top 10 Lessons We Can Learn From Dr. Seuss Books

Top 10 Lessons We Can Learn From Dr. Seuss Books

Monday, March 2nd is National Read Across America Day. This day coincides with the Birthday of beloved children’s author Dr. Seuss. The National Education Association created this day in 1998 to celebrate reading across the U.S. For this special day, hold a Seuss-a thon, write your own stories or read books at the local library. […]