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Day Camp: A Great Choice for Kids

May 9, 2018 at 4:00 PM / by Gabby Fisher posted in summer planning, summer camp activities, relationships, nature, tips, Tech, summer camps, summer camp for kids, summer, resources, parents, parenting tips, parenting resources, parenting, Kwaddle, Kids

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When people think of summer camp, they often think of sleeping overnight in an outdoorsy setting. While that might be the first thing that comes to mind, it isn't the only kind of summer camp for kids. Day camps are widely popular in the United States today. In this post, we are going to talk about why and how attending a day camp can benefit your child.

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Five Summer Surprises You Need to be Ready For

April 28, 2018 at 12:00 PM / by Gabby Fisher posted in summer planning, summer camp activities, tips, Technology, swim safety, swim lessons, summer camps, summer camp for kids, summer, parents, parenting tips, parenting resources, parenting, Food, family, families, Day Camp, children, child care, camps

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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.

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Parenting Series Part 3: Praise and Encouragement

October 24, 2017 at 12:48 PM / by Gabby F. posted in After School Enrichment, Education, encouragement, extracurricular activities, General, Health, Local Tips, parenting, parents, praise, sports, STEM, tips

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Praise and Encouragement

I recently read an article by Kids Matter about the value of praising our children and how it affects their development early in life. Even though I have a degree in early education that says I know my stuff, I somehow have forgotten about the power of praise with my own children. It wasn't so apparent until recently when we brought home our fourth child (read: final child) through international a doption. Friends, allow me to tell you a little known secret about adopting an older child from a third world country. It is really stinkin' hard. I'm not talking crying over spilled milk hard. I don't mean bad day at work hard. I'm talking about wondering if you made a huge mistake, kicking and screaming, ugly, begging God to make the fits stop hard.

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10 Tips for Making Homework A Breeze

September 21, 2017 at 1:12 PM / by Gabby F. posted in After School Enrichment, Education, Food, General, Health, homework, learning styles, parents, studying, tips

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At my house, Homework = Stress.

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