Archive | June, 2014

Kids Bowl Free All Summer

29 Jun

Looking for something fun to do with your children this summer? Kids Bowl Free allows children (whose ages do not exceed the limit specified by the bowling center) to bowl two free games each day during summer vacation. To see a list of participating bowling centers and to register, visit kidsbowlfree.com. After registering, you will receive vouchers Continue Reading

Prevent Summer Slide at the Museum of Science

25 Jun

By Cheryl Crosby The day had finally arrived for my two eager girls who were ready to explore the Museum of Science. They had heard it was the most amazing place ever from their father, but they wanted to see it for themselves.  From the moment we walked in and were greeted by Tyrannosaurus Rex, Continue Reading

The Ice Bucket Challenge, Awareness and Your Child

23 Jun

By Jennifer Hanrahan If you’ve logged onto any social media site recently, you may have seen someone doing the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Now, even your favorite celebrities have hopped onboard with the Ice Bucket Challenge and it’s been featured everywhere from the evening news to late night talk shows. Children have probably seen mom Continue Reading

When Parents Disagree with an IEP

19 Jun

By Ruth Levine Arnold Sometimes parents and schools do not agree about the provision of special education services. Parents often seek consultation from outside specialists, advocates or lawyers that often incurs significant personal expense. I am hoping to share good news and an important corollary to “An Introduction to IEPS.” In Massachusetts we are fortunate to Continue Reading

Make Your Picky Eater an Adventurous Eater

16 Jun

By Deb Hurowitz Being a parent is hard. So is being a kid. I’m here to make it easier for you both. Kids are funny. One day, they love a food. The next? They won’t go near it. As parents, this can be maddening! This week, I will address a couple of issues for toddlers Continue Reading

Medications at Camp

12 Jun

Many parents struggle with the question of what to do about their children’s medications, specifically ADD and ADHD medications, during the summer months. Although I am not a doctor or medical expert, I can give you my perspective as a camp director and some simple steps to take to ensure your child has a fun-filled Continue Reading

Removing Permanent Marker Stains

8 Jun

By Mary Alice Cookson Have you ever wondered what you can use to remove a permanent marker stain from kids’ clothing? Try milk! Fill a bowl with milk and soak the stained area of the garment. The milk will begin to turn the color of the marker. Keep refreshing the bowl of milk until the stain is Continue Reading

Swim ‘Lessons’

5 Jun

My oldest son is on the high school swim team. One of the most tender moments I’ve ever had with him was after he had just finished a swim meet. He came walking up to me with a funny look on his face and said “Mom, thanks for making me take swim lessons.” Then he Continue Reading

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2 Jun

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