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Cat in the Hat Jello Snacks

Cat in the Hat Jello Snacks
These yummy, fruity snacks are the perfect way to celebrate the birthday of Theodor Seuss Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss! Grab a copy of The Cat in the Hat and create a little celebration of your own.

American Heart Month 2017

American Heart Month 2017

February is American Heart Month

Now that you are a parent, well, it is time to pay attention.

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for American women and men, accounting for 1 in 4 deaths in the United States.

Make your own Oobleck!

Make your own Oobleck!
You can make the Oobleck from Dr. Seuss’ Bartholomew and the Oobleck! This little chemistry experiment is very easy, and although Oobleck is a little messy, it’s tons of fun! Of course, reading the book before or after making your Oobleck would add a lot to the experience!

The Joy of Dating as a MOM By Jillian Perry Reese

by Jilliian Perry Reese

Of the many joys of divorce, dating is probably one of the most joyous. (She says, sarcastically.) There are many "experts" out there to tell you the right way to do it.

Unfortunately, it’s not as simple as following a few suggested steps.  The reality is, it’s complicated.

Work Ethic & the Rainbow Unicorn By Jennifer Eckfield

by Jennifer Eckfield

Work ethic...I love the women I work with and I have an amazing team that surrounds me. They are the reason my business is successful and it is flourishing. In the last three years I have had an arsenal of people that have "had my back" and have shown me what commitment and loyalty look like.

But there are some days, like today, when you have that person(s) that knock(s) you off kilter and make you question things.

Will it Sink or Float? Science Activity from Discover Space Museum

Discovery Space Children's Science Museum Science Activity

Make a Prediction   Preschool Science Activity from Discovery Space for Ages 3-6

Children love the to play with water. This is no secret to anyone who has ever taken a walk with a child on a rainy afternoon. Most, simply enjoy the sensory experience of feeling the water in their hands, pouring it, and even splashing.  Here’s a more structured activity to continue their natural tendency to make observations and predictions about how objects behave in water.  This can be done at the sink, in a pool or even in the bath.