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Announcing Kids.gov Poster Contest Winners by USA.gov Posted Wed 01 Dec 2010 1:55pm   You might remember a while back that I invited you all to participate in the Kids.gov "How Do I Become President?" poster contest . We invited kids and adults to design posters illustrating the steps someone has to take to get elected. Now ... Read on »
Valentine’s Project for Kids: Make an I Love You! Poster by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Tue 09 Feb 2010 1:27pm Thanks to Elmer’s Glue for this terrific idea for a Valentine’s Project for kids! Help your child design a colorful collage for a favorite person. It might be MomDada siblinggrandparentfriend or even a teacher! Skill Level: Easy Time Needed: 45 minutes Age(s): 5 to 10 Supplies Needed: • Elmer’s Mini Foam Display Board™ • Elmer’s ... Read on »
Graphic Scandinavian poster for kids room by meta-DAD Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Feb 2009 5:10pm With so many cutesy things for kids out there, peculiar and unusual are not adjectives typically used to describe baby toys and decor. But not “Our Children’s Gorilla Children Unite!” poster at Huset. Just as it’s name might lead you to believe, this Swedish company’s designs border on the nonsensical, but in a good way. Inspired by the 60’ ... Read on »
Graphic Scandinavian poster for kids room by meta-DAD Patient Expert Posted Sun 05 Jun 2011 7:30am With so many cutesy things for kids out there, peculiar and unusual are not adjectives typically used to describe baby toys and decor. But not poster at . Just as it’s name might lead you to believe, this Swedish company’s designs border on the nonsensical, but in a good way. Inspired by the 60′s revolution era, this graphic designer ... Read on »
Enter the Space Race, an Action-Packed Web Series for Kids! (Plus, a Solar System Poster Giveaway) by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Wed 27 Apr 2011 10:57am April is Journey to Space Month, which is a perfect time to introduce kids to a wonderful animated web series called Space Race ! Each webisode, directed by Emmy Award winner Mark Risley, focuses on teaching kids about space through action-packed, fully animated shows. They’ll meet Eagle, Coot, Sabia and other animated spaceships as they expe ... Read on »
Celebrate Get Caught Reading Month with Free Posters from Dinosaur Train and Sid the Science Kid, Plus This Giveaway for 3 Dinos by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Sun 15 May 2011 9:11pm As a writer and avid reader, I’m a huge proponent of anything that gets our kids to read. So, I’m thrilled to do all I can to support Get Caught Reading Month! According to the Association of American Publishers (AAP), research indicates that early language experience actually stimulates a child’s brain to grow and that reading to children gi ... Read on »
thescienceinforever: klaatu: Interesting child abuse poster A... by carmelakb Posted Sun 14 Jul 2013 9:48pm thescienceinforever : klaatu : Interesting child abuse poster A poster made by The Spanish organization ANAR Foundation (Aid to Children and Adolescents at Risk). They started a new street poster campaign that uses the process of lenticular printing to secretly send a message to abused children ... Read on »
Poster Child for Peak Oil by Sean B. Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 11:53pm In the heyday of the housing boom, Yuba-Sutter home ads said with unwavering boldness, "it's an easy commute to downtown Sacramento!" A 40 mile commute from Yuba and Sutter County south to Sacramento, a job center in northern California, the state capitol of California, plenty of government jobs and a healthy private sector, even today. Yuba and ... Read on »
My Thoughts On 'Poster Child' by Emily Rapp by Megan S. Posted Thu 01 Oct 2009 12:00am The following is a post I made on Goodreads, which is my site of choice for keeping track of what I've read and plan to read. (Here's my profile, if you're curious or want to make friends.) My book for the past few days has been Poster Child, a 2007 memoir by Emily Rapp. Emily was born with a congenital defect that eventually left her without mu ... Read on »
The New Poster Child for A Safer Vaccine Schedule by Jeanne C. Patient Expert Posted Sun 31 May 2009 10:52pm This is my beautiful niece Sophie Jean.  She walked with us at the Green Our Vaccines Rally last summer in Washington D.C.  Okay, she didn’t so much walk as was pushed in her stroller; but she, and my sister, were both with us on that memorable day. I’ll never forget walking down Independence with all of the other parents, children, siblin ... Read on »