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How to Take the Fear out of Learning Math

How to Take the Fear out of Learning Math

Math is math. It isn’t hard or easy. It just is. And the truth is that we all use it everyday. Why not take the opportunity to engage your kid in the process? A child of any age can hold one end of a tape measure while you figure out the area of one wall.

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How to Teach Kids Sewing

How to Teach Kids Sewing

The best way to get them interested and engaged while teaching your kids to sew is to plan some easy, beginner kid's sewing projects.  You don't need a special sewing room or a kid's sewing machine when teaching kids to sew.  Whether it is a kid's bucket hat, or a kid's fanny pack, or learning to sew clothes, let's learn.

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Gift Ideas for Grandchildren Who Have Everything

Gift Ideas for Grandchildren Who Have Everything

Looking for some gift ideas for your grandchildren who have everything? Whether you are contemplating gifts for teenagers or gifts for younger grandkids, we suggest that you focus on experiences instead of gifts. With some careful planning, you will likely create some of the best memories of their lives. And yours too.

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Many American Toys are now Sustainable Toys

Many American Toys are now Sustainable Toys

Buying toys made in the USA is good for the planet, in addition to being good for the American economy. As sustainable toys become more popular, we were pleased to find that many of our favorite American-made toys are also eco-friendly toys. We have found not only non-toxic toys, but also sustainably made.

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Incorporating Nature Education into Your Child's Life

Incorporating Nature Education into Your Child's Life

You don’t have to be a Naturalist to make nature education an integral part of learning. Going outside should be about more than just ‘not being inside.’ Encourage outdoor pretend play, create or buy some natural toys, and use adventure education to expand your child’s critical thinking skills.

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