Have a Healthy Halloween
I have fond memories of Halloween as a child. However, as an adult, I have mixed feelings. Now, Halloween means that there are going to be hundreds of children in costumes walking up to your door, ringing the door bell, and shouting “Trick or Treat!” Continue reading
Children’s Halloween Costume Ideas
Halloween is the time to get scary and dress up for Halloween. I’ve included a few Halloween costume ideas for children below:
Watching your children at play is amazing, their ability to role-play the characters of some of the popular music superstars. For Halloween, you can make costumes that are similar to those of their favorite musicians. The costumes do not have to completely look like that of the musician but the closer the better. Continue reading
7 Fall Activities for Fitness and Fun
With (hopefully) cooler temperatures, fall is the perfect season for outdoor activities. There’s something invigorating about a breezy fall afternoon that quite simply revives the soul. If you’re looking for ideas on making the most of this season, below are a few suggestions for fall activities for fitness and fun. Continue reading
State Fair of Texas
Everyone attends the State Fair for different reasons. If you’re one of the people who goes for the food, then you’ll be excited to hear the winners of the food contests for this year. The most creative food award goes to Fried Beer (yes, you heard that right!). Last year it was Fried Butter, but we declined to taste that. Just didn’t sound so good. The Best Taste Award for Savory this year went to Funnel Cake Bacon Queso Burger. The Best Taste Award for Sweet went to Gulf Coast Fish Bowl. If you like fried food the could be interesting.
What Works with Pre-K: An Academic and Parental Perspective
Pre-Kindergarten (Pre-K) programs are specifically designed to ensure that children are ready for kindergarten and will be succeeding at school by the time they enter the 3rd grade. Investing in high quality pre-K education, results in tremendous benefits for children and schools.
Here are the 3 benefits of Pre-K education:
Importance of Homework
Homework has been a part of students’ life from the beginning of formal school. However, the practice has sometimes been accepted and other times rejected, both by educators and parents. This has happened because homework can have both positive and negative effects on children’s learning and attitudes towards school. Some educationists of the view that homework should not be given to students. Continue reading
College Nannies and Tutors College Test Pre Programs
It’s that time of year again where high school kids start thinking about college pre-tests. Does your child get the test jitters? Worried they won’t do well? Then help prep them at College Nannies and Tutors College Test Pre Programs.
Best Pumpkin Spice Latte
Fall is officially here in my book because it’s October. Now is the time all of you pumpkin spice latte fans are out in full force getting your fall fix. What do you think? Who has the best pumpkin spice latte?
Let’s find out…..
Single Parent Involved in School Life
Being busy is no excuse for not being involved in your child’s school life. It might just require a need to become more organized, to organize your child life better, and to set the right priorities. But, once you instill the value of education in your child, he will require less monitoring and less effort on your part. Continue reading