Monthly Archives: August 2012

Is the Bedtime Story a Dying Art

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Storytelling used to be the only way families could pass on knowledge from generation to generation.  There were no books or computers to keep track of information.  Those born in 2012 are looking at the possible extinction of the paper … Continue reading

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10 Things Kids Learned from Mister Rogers

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From 1968 to 2008, when PBS permanently pulled Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood from their programming line-up, kids tuned in every day to watch Fred Rogers cheerfully come home and take them on an adventure filled with fantasy characters and life lessons. … Continue reading

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10 Ways Cartoons Help Kids Learn About Different Cultures

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Learning about cultures and ways of life that are different from those that your children are familiar with is an important part of growing up; as he ages and spends more time with people outside of his immediate family and … Continue reading

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10 Ways To Recognize Your Nanny During National Nanny Recognition Week

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Since 1998 National Nanny Recognition Week has been recognizing and celebrating nannies during the last week of September. This is a great opportunity to do something special for your nanny and let her know you appreciate her hard work and … Continue reading

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