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2016’s Best Books for Kids

12 Dec

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The Best Children’s Books About Thanksgiving

7 Nov

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Help Your Kindergartner Thrive

5 Sep

Deborah Dixon, MS, CCC-SLP, director of school services for the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), details key skills that children need for a successful school experience. Essential skills that are the foundation of school-readiness include: Communication skills – sharing one’s thoughts, wants, and needs as well as understanding the thoughts, wants, and needs of others. Social Continue Reading

Go for the Gold: Plan an Olympics-Themed Kids’ Party

25 Jul

If your family is as excited about the Olympics as we are, it’s time to really celebrate the games with a themed party that just screams support for the good old U.S.A. From decorations to food, here’s a roundup of our favorite Olympic-inspired ideas. Set the Scene What would an Olympics-themed soiree be without prominently Continue Reading

Praise for Pokémon GO

19 Jul

By Bonnie Jean Feldkamp Pokémon GO is a good thing, I swear. Pokémon GO challenges the gamer stereotype, right? Even the memes are are poking fun, depicting kids walking out into the light for the first time, shielding their eyes, burning their never-seen-the-sun skins. The game is like geocaching meets a scavenger hunt and it’s fantastic. Continue Reading

Play Time at City Hall Plaza

29 Jun

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What Kids Need for a Mentally Healthy Summer

22 Jun

  By Tanya Peterson Summer is about to begin in earnest. Those adults who have children in their lives likely have a checklist of summer necessities to keep kids healthy. Sunscreen, bug spray, water bottles, Band-Aids, and other such necessities will help kids stay physically healthy and well through the summer. What about a checklist Continue Reading

Summer 2016: Free Fun Fridays in Massachusetts

8 Jun

  Check out Highland Street Foundation’s Free Fun Fridays schedule for 2016.  June 24 Tanglewood Lyric Stage Company of Boston Clark Art Institute MASS MoCA Worcester Art Museum Children’s Museum at Holyoke International Volleyball Hall of Fame The Mount: Edith Wharton’s Home July 1 Boston Children’s Museum The Sports Museum Heritage Museums & Gardens Falmouth Continue Reading

Get More Value for Less

6 Jun

  By Amber Wojcek It’s no surprise that budget is likely one of the top considerations when you’re making travel decisions, and hotel rooms are some of the biggest expenses you can incur on a trip. There are a lot of choices when choosing a hotel, from price and amenities to location and experience. Often, Continue Reading

5 Fun Ways to Stimulate Your Child’s Creative, Social and Emotional Skills This Summer

16 May

By Rosie Linder As the school year nears the finish line, children anxiously dream about swimming pools, days at the beach or lake, family vacations and other fun-filled promises of what summer brings. Unfortunately, in today’s competitive world, educators seem to advocate for ongoing academic education throughout the summer, robbing children of their so-called “summer Continue Reading