Posts Tagged: sports

Keep Kids Safe and Cool This Summer!

With much of the nation in the grip of a heat wave and severe drought [Hello, California!], it is of utmost importance that parents and caregivers know how to protect children from heat-related illnesses and can recognize the symptoms of a heat-disorder in order to provide first aid.

Keep Kids Safe and Cool This Summer!

With much of the nation in the grip of a heat wave and severe drought [Hello, California!], it is of utmost importance that parents and caregivers know how to protect children from heat-related illnesses and can recognize the symptoms of a heat-disorder in order to provide first aid.

Top 5 Water Safety Tips

By The Resist Attack Foundation The Resist Attack Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charity dedicated to helping women protect themselves from violence. Since being founded by James and Tara Shaw in 2011, the Resist Attack Foundation has been helping women in many

Top 5 Water Safety Tips

By The Resist Attack Foundation The Resist Attack Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charity dedicated to helping women protect themselves from violence. Since being founded by James and Tara Shaw in 2011, the Resist Attack Foundation has been helping women in many

Five Ways to Promote Learning

Written by Jennie Lobato, drawchange.org We are happy to have founder and CEO of drawchange, Inc. Jennie Lobato write a guest post for us this week. Jennie first became involved in the public arts at the age of thirteen when

Five Ways to Promote Learning

Written by Jennie Lobato, drawchange.org We are happy to have founder and CEO of drawchange, Inc. Jennie Lobato write a guest post for us this week. Jennie first became involved in the public arts at the age of thirteen when

The Summer Olympics – Family Learning

Written by Annie Fox, M.Ed., anniefox.com This week, we have the pleasure of welcoming Guest Blogger Annie Fox, M.Ed. After graduating from Cornell University with a degree in Human Development and Family Studies then completing her Master’s in Education from

The Summer Olympics – Family Learning

Written by Annie Fox, M.Ed., anniefox.com This week, we have the pleasure of welcoming Guest Blogger Annie Fox, M.Ed. After graduating from Cornell University with a degree in Human Development and Family Studies then completing her Master’s in Education from