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Tips on Keeping Kids Engaged and Productive Over the Holidays

Published: 12/01/17
By: Pam Roggeman, Courtesy of Clyde Group
The holidays mean extended time off from school. Keep kids engaged over the holidays with these tips from Pam Roggeman, academic dean for University of Phoenix College of Education: Encourage kids to read every day. Encourage reading on their devices by asking them to find out about current events, research [Read More]
 

Scouting for Food Community Food Drive Donates Over 6,000 Pounds of Food to Local Food Banks

Published: 12/01/17
By: Courtesy of Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama
Over 900 Girl Scouts from the Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama “scouted” for food donations to fill community food banks across two-thirds of the state. Because of the Girl Scouts involvement in the Scouting for Food Community Food Drive, at least 831 bags of food where donated to local food [Read More]
 

Party Planning Makes Turning Two a Barnyard Blast

Published: 12/01/17
By: Bethany Adams Hunley
As I began planning for my twin daughters’ second birthday, I became afraid of another hilarious and relatable “Pinterest Fail.” We’ve all seen them on social media, and I didn’t want our party to be one. So I found a venue and turned the planning over to a local party [Read More]
 

5 Great Gift Ideas for Your Child’s Teacher

Published: 12/01/17
By: Bethany Hunley
Raise your hand if you have ever gifted a teacher with an apple or a Christmas ornament saying something along the lines of “Number 1 Teacher.” You raised your hand, didn’t you? As a society that is constantly evolving and changing, why have our holiday gifts for teachers remained so [Read More]
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