Like most things in life, summer camp can sometimes throw us a curve ball or two. Because we know things don't always go as planned, we thought we would share with you a handful of surprises that could be headed your way in hopes that we can make sure you are prepared.
Towns and cities all around the globe are putting the finishing touches on their preparations for upcoming New Year's celebrations. To make your planning a little easier, we thought we'd share some ideas of ways you can ring in the new year.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner!
Thanksgiving is a large piece of U.S. history and it has shaped a large part of how and what we farm here. Additionally, it is a sweet time of year when we take time to reflect on all of the good stuff that we have enjoyed over the past year. Taking time to teach children about the history of thanksgiving is important, but showing children the value of thankfulness is huge. In this post, you will find some thanksgiving activities for kids as well as some fun ways to celebrate with your family.
Growing up, my parents instilled in me the values of gratitude and compassion. I was taught to be thankful for what we had and to always give back to others. As a mother, I’m trying to make these values resonate for my own 3-year-old son.
I spent a great deal of my childhood sitting in the kitchen, watching my mom cook everything under the sun, from flavorful falafels and colorful stir fries to the spiciest chicken curries. This little corner of my childhood home felt like the source of life; it was bursting with fresh cinnamon sticks and life lessons.