After a summer without homework and testing pressure, it’s time to get back into a classroom and learning schedule for many students. Some are excited to see friends and get back to school, and others are dreading it. There are some simple things a parent can do Click here for the full article.
Hurry, Hurry, Hurry......That famous line, spoken so succinctly by the Ringmaster, triggered goose bumps and brought a smile to my face. The warm memory of special outings with my family 55 years ago to the circus is something I will never forget, so why not pass that feeling on to the grandchildren Click here for the full article.
According to my mother, I started camping when I was a baby, and I haven’t stopped. Over the years we’ve camped with family members, Scouts, and friends in a variety of situations. It has been a delightful opportunity to teach skills, build confidence, enjoy camaraderie, try new things, and learn to appreciate nature. Here are some activities you can adjust to the ages and interests of the children in your life. Click here for the full article.
Prepare and enjoy a special Egyptian meal. Include foods that grow in that country such as dates, grapes, olives, figs, pomegranates, cucumbers, pistachios, and oranges. Buy pita bread at the grocery store or find a authentic recipe for Egyptian flatbread and encourage an older child Click here for the full article.
We live in an age of advancement. Each and every year, the focus on increasing our knowledge of the universe and its workings grows, and the fruits of that focus become even more noticeable. From the growing space program, to exponential technological improvements, to even the ways we interact socially, Click here for the full article.
‘Konnichiwa’ means hello in Japanese. You will definitely want to say hello to the Japanese Friendship Garden, a tranquil little slice of Japan right in downtown Phoenix! Click here for the full article.
Imagination. We frequently hear the Einstein quote, “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” The full quote is even better. The rest of it says: “For while knowledge defines all we currently know and understand, Click here for the full article.