Spring Break is coming and that means our kids will need child care and entertainment during school-free days. We’re pleased to report great news as to the safety of youth camps. New analysis confirms the almost nonexistent transmission rate when proper hygiene and distancing protocols are put in place.
Black History Month encourages us to consider the many achievements of African-Americans throughout history. The commemoration dates back to a week-long event pioneered by scholar Carter G. Woodson. Here are a few convenient and unique ways to dive into cultural history online, without leaving your home.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! You’ve prepared a special treat for your little sweeties, but have you thought about their physical heart health? Nearly 60% of American children lack healthy cardiorespiratory fitness, according to a new scientific statement published by the American Heart Association.
If there is any silver lining to 2020, it’s having more time with our kids — whether homeschooling or quarantining. Crafting is an excellent way to relieve stress, so we’ve compiled a list of fun, easy Thanksgiving place setting crafts to help you bust boredom, while also adding a personal touch to your table spread.
November 13th is World Kindness Day. This international observance was introduced in 1998 by the World Kindness Movement. It began as a way to highlight good deeds in the community, overlooking boundaries of race and religion, to recognize the common thread of kindness that we all can share.