Civics can be defined as our roles and responsibilities (and privileges) as citizens.
Learning about civics includes:
- How processes work
- Our history
- Identification of problems
- How we create change.
Usually civics refers to government, but it can refer to any … Read more >>
Diaper changing and dressing time can be really hard with very active children. Here are some tips:
Sometimes it hurts
Children with diaper rash can be resistant to diaper changing time not only when they have a rash, but because … Read more >>
During covid-19 homebound time, most parents have expressed concerns about their children’s lack of socializing. They worry that their child is missing out on developing important social skills for when they start (or re-start) school.
This is a valid concern, … Read more >>
Going to the grocery store with children is a challenge, especially now when we are limiting our trips and practicing social distancing. Keeping your little ones engaged and occupied while perusing the store shelves is hard and can require a … Read more >>
Parents of children, toddlers – school age, can feel like the killers of joy; because children are so very inquisitive and exploratory, safety concerns are primary at this time. For example, insisting on hand holding when in a parking lot, … Read more >>
Card games are great for low cost fun and learning!
When I was very young, my Grammy taught me how to play gin rummy and a few other card games. I will always remember being amazed at how fast she … Read more >>