Cool Extracurriculars for Kids on Both Shores

We all know that after school activities are good for kids. They’re helpful in: cutting down on electronics use building confidence relieving stress teaching time management There are certainly plenty of opportunities for kids to participate in team sports after school and on weekends, but what about the non-sports kids, or kids who want or […]

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Hydration Guidelines for Kids

While watching one of my son’s new favorite shows, Adam Ruins Everything (an “educational comedy television series” that, sure, contains the occasional raw language, but appeals to the short tween/teen attention span), the crazily coiffed host tackled the issue of hydration. He cited multiple studies, and even brought in a hydration specialist to dispel many […]

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STEM Stuff to Stave off Summer Brain Drain

Most of us are familiar with the concept of summer brain drain. It’s the phenomenon, also known as “summer slide,” where kids on summer break get mentally lazy and actually lose skills and knowledge. According to IDTech.com, “Kids can lose as many as two to three months of math and reading skills over the summer. […]

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