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.
The sight of auburn leaves against a crisp blue sky and smells of autumn are enough to make anyone want to craft with nature’s finest art materials. At Shine, nature-inspired, naturally-sourced art materials are among our favorite projects. Learn how to invite natural beauty into your lives and get inspired by fall art ideas.
It’s never too early to begin the conversation about race with our children. Yet, research published last year reveals most people are avoiding the topic. Here we share a few startling facts about racial identity observed in young children and offer suggestions for tackling the issue with the under-six crowd.
As we prepare to enter the 5th month of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s only natural to worry about the mental and emotional toll the isolation is taking on your family. To help, we’ve curated a list of idyllic places to spend a safe, enjoyable summer afternoon on Long Island’s East End.
Use this time productively to demonstrate the kindness, charity, and thoughtfulness you want your kids to assimilate. Joining together in a service project bonds the family closer together and can help kids with anxiety and boredom as well.