Healthy, Happy Children


Before I say this, I should probably clarify one thing; I am not a scientist. I don’t claim to understand how the human body and mind work and why they do. Now, after stating that, I think I can say this with pretty high confidence; children are not genetically programmed to be healthy. Anyone disagree? […]

Health & Nutrition Kits


February is over (!!!), and with the advent of March, we start seeing a few new trends. For one, the days become longer, and we get the chance to hang up those winter coats. Also, with St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, people start breaking out the green t-shirts and shamrock hats. Perhaps most […]

Classroom Craft: Rainy Day Umbrella


Celebrate the coming of Spring with this month’s classroom craft. Supplies: Two pieces of construction paper Yarn Assortment of markers Popsicle Sticks Glue Scissors Tape 1. Trace a large umbrella shape onto a piece of construction paper, any color of your choice. 2.  Help your child cut out the umbrella shape. If your child is […]

Dr. Seuss Day


Dr. Seuss is one of the most well-known and celebrated authors of all times. Known best for his fun, poem-based books, such as The Cat in the Hat, Green Eggs and Ham, Fox in Socks, One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, and The Lorax, Dr. Seuss’ work can be found in just about […]