Use these fun family activities to educate kids about the enviornment and to raise a green family.
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Kamryn Renfro of Grand Junction, Colo., gave her teachers a lesson in friendship with her decision to support her BFF.
NonPareil Institute offers young adults with autism a place to learn, develop, and most importantly - make money.
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With their regular schedule and summers off, you might think that teachers have it made. Time to think again.
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Rule-enforcing parents who also explain why the rules are in place can in turn help kids self-regulate their own behavior, including how much and what kinds of food they eat.
First lady announces a new focus of the Let's Move campaign to encourage families to make home-cooked meals.
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Our blogger finds inspiration by watching young children embrace the technology that could change their futures.
If a parent was totally engrossed with their phone, their interactions with their children were often more negative than those who put the phone away during the meal.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.
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