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A young friend of mine, a new mother, is going through the process of becoming a U.S. citizen. She is married to an American citizen, and their son … more
Editor’s Note: This is the second of a two-part series. How do you say goodbye to a dream? More specifically, how do you say goodbye to a person … more
We, meaning teachers in one of our prep meetings, were recently asked to pick a book from the list of the 100 greatest children’s books that best … more
“Happy Money: The Science of Smarter Spending” by Elizabeth Dunn & Michael Norton Simon & Schuster $25.00 U.S. & Canada 199 pages … more
Ants! They are everywhere and can be annoying. They are also perfect science study material for children with the natural instincts of researchers. … more
Stuff happens, right? I mean, when we least expect change, it happens. Sometimes we are caught off-guard by awesome and wonderfully unexpected good … more
When children plan, build, and rebuild structures they develop math skills and learn to focus on solving problems needed all their lives. They learn … more
So the world has a new prince: Prince George of England. Let me just say up front that, officially, I don’t care. The British royal family has no … more
If you want to see horsemanship at its best, you will want to get acquainted with a premier organization called the “Westernaires.” This is a … more
Swine. Legionnaire. Nile. Alone, these are pretty innocuous words. Hog farms mean bacon and other pork goodies. And my mom even had a faulty heart … more
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