It’s no surprise that kids love the summer – it’s warm, they can play outside, and school is out. It’s a few months of hanging out with friends, taking naps, and releasing their energy and boredom through play. But, as much as they may love
Summer is a great time for kids to get out and get active. One of the best ways to ensure they do so is group sports. Every June, we celebrate Sports America Kids Month to encourage healthy habits and essential life skills in our kids.
Once your kids are over the cold, they will need activities to keep them busy inside. While spending snow days making snowmen and snow angels is fun and amusing, the excitement can quickly run out. Next thing you know, your children are constantly repeating, “I’m
The weather is cooling down around here, which means it’s the start of cold and flu season again. However, particularly if you have young children, there is another virus to be aware of that can cause cold-like symptoms: RSV. RSV is a common virus that
Thanksgiving is almost here, which means it’s time for fun, laughter, and new memories to make with your loved ones. Whether in-person or over a zoom call, you want to spend valuable time with the people you are closest with. This day can be one
As summer ends and schools begin to welcome back students, the break from homework and tests also comes to an end. Unfortunately, students can become overwhelmed and stressed with their workload and assignments when it comes to schoolwork. Whereas school is a fun time to
“Schools out for Summer!” in a child’s mind is the best time of the year, but for parents, it means a lot of planning to avoid the “Hey Mom, I’m bored!” comment. We are here to give you some summer activities to keep the kids