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Halloween Spooky Science and Safety Tips
10/15/2018

There’s no trick to making your Halloween a treat. With a little planning, you can build in some safe and fun activities to amuse your kids and teach them a little science at the same time. Download your FREE guide to Spooky Science Experiments!   Where does a ghost do…

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Tech Tips to Keep Your Child Safe Online
10/10/2018

Going online can open doors to fun and learning for your children. But in these days of cyberbullying, online predators and inappropriate material, it’s enough to make any parent think twice about letting their child go on the Internet. However, with a little bit of planning and knowing what tech…

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10 Easy Halloween Costumes for Boys
10/06/2014

DIY Halloween costumes are fun to make, and easy on the wallet.  Here at Kiddie Academy's Family Essentials blog, we're hosting a month-long round up of Halloween costume ideas, and educational Halloween activities. First up, a group of Easy DIY costumes for boys - see below for links to costume…

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Being a mom is hard
10/02/2014

A colleague and fellow mother recently sent me a link to an article that really struck a chord. So often we forget what really matters to our kids. With the “do’s and don’ts” of parenthood being thrown in our face, it’s hard not to doubt whether we’re doing a good…

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Toddler Halloween – Choosing the right costume
10/01/2014

Halloween will be celebrated in record numbers in 2014. The National Retail Federation says the “total spending for the holiday on costumes, decorations, candy and more is estimated at $7.4 billion.” That’s insane (and completely unnecessary if you’re a parent)! The Education team at Kiddie Academy has put together some…

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Kiddie Academy in the News! September 2014
09/25/2014

Kiddie Academy has received great attention on the local level over the past two weeks. Take a moment to check out some of the wonderful things going on system-wide! Please click on the images below to read in more detail!          

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Spreading the Holiday Cheer
09/14/2014

While you're out shopping for loved ones and bringing cheer to your families this December, remember those less fortunate. As parents, it is our responsibility to teach our children the correct spirit for the holidays…the giving spirit! “This time of year, we are inclined to think of others who are…

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Music and Math
09/08/2014

Did you know young children are unknowingly learning math as they participate in early childhood music and movement classes? According to the National Association for the Education of Young Children, music is a highly social, natural and developmentally appropriate way to engage even the youngest child in math learning. Music…

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Create the Star-Spangled Banner Living Flag and Be a Part of History!
09/03/2014

Did you know that September 14, 2014 marks the 200th anniversary of the writing of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” our National Anthem? This Bicentennial year provides a unique opportunity to raise awareness and connect with two of our greatest symbols of freedom and democracy – the flag and the anthem. On…

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Grandparents Day - Free Downloadable
08/26/2014

Grandparents are important to children in so many ways. If you’re lucky enough to have known your grandparents growing up, then you’re likely to agree they are the best. They ALWAYS have patience and are ready to play or offer treats.  Grandparents also have the best stories to tell, and…

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