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Planning a Fun Trip for Children

Whether you’re a daycare provider, teacher, or parent, you likely try to think of unique ways to engage your children on a daily basis. While the regular daily curriculum is certainly important to a child’s healthy cognitive development, fun side activities such as field trips can provide an added bonus. Let the kids blow off a little steam by planning a creative field trip
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How Women Can Beat Fatigue during Pregnancy

Being pregnant is possibly one of the most unique and rewarding experiences a woman can have. There are many feeling and symptoms that women commonly experience while pregnant that they will not experience in any other time in their life. One of the most common symptoms that women will experience throughout their pregnancy is fatigue. Fatigue can not only be difficult to deal with,
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5 Tips For A Stress-Free Easter Holiday

The Easter holidays are fast approaching, and parents across the country are beginning to plan how they will spend this time off with their families. Whether you are going away or not, this can be a stressful time. The kids are off school, and while this will make them happy in the beginning, the excitement can quickly wear off if they don’t have enough
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How to make home education work

A rising number of parents are opting to take their kids out of school to teach them at home instead. In the UK right now, there are estimated to be 150,000 children receiving a home education, and this figure’s expected to rise by around 3% every year. It’s no wonder that so many mums and dads are taking this step. Home schooling can be
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Why our Mums are Superheroes

With Mother’s Day coming up, many people are getting ready to celebrate their mum, and thank her for all that she does.  Whether you still live with your mother or not, the love that a mother has for her child is endless, and will continue on until the day she dies.  This infographic takes a look at some moments in history when mothers have
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Family-Friendly Vehicles

Finding a vehicle that will meet the needs of your family will depend on a number of factors. Every family is unique regarding size, lifestyles, and priorities. The amount of time you plan to keep the vehicle and the price you can afford to pay will also play a role in the best choice for your driving needs. Keeping the Little Ones Safe with
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Properly Approaching Your Kids About Drugs

It’s obviously very important that we talk to young people about drug abuse and addiction, but what is the best way to go about that? Parents and teachers everywhere would love to think that they can tell kids to just say no to drugs and alcohol, but it’s never that simple. Young people will be curious about drugs and alcohol, and they may even
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5 Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Garden

Maintaining a garden of any size and keeping it healthy all year round is a big job. So big, in fact, that it can start to feel overwhelming. Thankfully, as long as you start with strong fundamentals for growth and have a certain amount of dedication, you’ll be able to create and then ensure the proliferation of a truly amazing garden. 1. Tools Chefs
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A charming hotel in Paris or the Cote d’Azur for the whole family

A trip to Paris or the Cote d’Azur is something everyone should experience. There are many activities for the whole family to enjoy in these unique destinations. Here are some reasons why you should consider staying in Paris or the Cote d’Azur for your next holiday: The art and architecture of Paris Paris is home to the Louvre and has countless examples of old
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After School Child Care

After school programs can be a great way for kids to explore their interests. It provides them with a sense of independence while still maintaining a safe, nurturing atmosphere. Often, when parents have to work longer than their child is in school, the child ends up sitting around at home with little guided activity. Left to their own devices, many children end up spending
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