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10 Reasons Why Summer Camp is Great for Kids

March 29, 2018 at 12:00 AM / by gabbyfisher posted in Adolescents, cognitive, Early Childhood, emotional, General, Health, nature, News, obesity, parenting, parents, physical, relationships, screen time, self esteem, Soccer, social, sports, STEM, Summer Camp, summer camp activities, summer camps, Tech, teens, Tweens

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 Summer camp is great for kids for the following reasons:

  1. Summer camp helps kids build relationships.
  2. Kids gain experience doing things they may not get to do at home.
  3. They will have exposure to experts.
  4. They are physically active.
  5. Summer camp gives them a break from devices.
  6. They get to experience and learn about nature.
  7. Activities at camp helps to keep their brains active throughout the summer.
  8. Summer camp activities build self-esteem.
  9. Attending camp makes kids resilient.
  10. Summer camp educates the whole child.

 

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Jump! Gymnastics Shares Advice with Parents on Child Safety

March 22, 2018 at 6:10 AM / by Molly Clack posted in Adolescents, Early Childhood, extracurricular, General, gym, gynmastics, Local Tips, News, parenting, parents, Partners, sports, Summer Camp, summer camps, teens, Tweens, featured

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When parents begin the search for sports activities for their children, one of the biggest questions we have is, “Will my child be safe?” We parents are not only concerned about the possible injuries that could be sustained on the sports field though. We, also, fear emotional and sexual abuse at the hands of coaches, trainers, or sports physicians. Especially in light of the recent conviction of Dr. Larry Nassar, who committed horrific abuses as a USA Gymnastics doctor, parents are searching for extra assurances that their child safety will be kept in mind while enjoying extracurricular activities.

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Sick Children: How To Know What's Best

January 24, 2018 at 8:55 AM / by Gabby F. posted in Adolescents, Early Childhood, flu, General, Health, illness, Infants and Toddlers, parenting, parents, resources, shots, sick child, sick children, sickness, symptoms, teens, Tweens, vaccines

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It's heart stopping.

The dreaded sound of your sick child screaming out for help in the middle of the night. You run to the kiddo's bedroom wondering what you will find when you get there. Whether it is an upset stomach, fever, or a sore throat, it doesn't change the fact that your child is sick. Do you call the doctor or wait? Should you take off work or hope that it will pass quickly? Is it a virus or something that requires an antibiotic? There are so many questions and as a parent, you want to do everything you can to make your baby feel better and FAST! I'm not doctor and I don't have a medical background, but the goal of this post is to let you know that you are not alone. I also hope to share some ideas for how to care for the little sickies in your family.

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