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Free and Fun Winter Activities for Kids by Stephanie Patient Expert Posted Wed 10 Jun 2009 12:19am Break those winter blahs with some fun activities. Butterfly Mama is hosting a Winter Activity Festival today. Check out some great ideas and add your own. She will be randomly drawing, from the participants names, for a jar of home canned peaches. Wouldn't that be like getting a little jar of sunshine in the mail? Here are some of my i ... Read on »
Winter Sorting Activities by healthymama Posted Mon 04 Feb 2013 3:03pm on by healthymama Cold winter days naturally lend themselves to quiet children’s activities, such as Montessori-inspired sorting. We work on sorting objects a few times a week in our homeschool preschool, trying to be in connection with the seasons. For winter, we chose cotton balls, ice and tiny foil ... Read on »
14 Activities Helping Your Child To Tell Time by healthymama Posted Sat 01 Jun 2013 8:50am on by healthymama A lot of moms ask me how can they help they child tell time. How can the child recognize the seasons, the months, the days and the hours? This is not a hard science, but you do need a few tools to help you along the way. 1. Try  Homemade Daily Calendar  for basic understanding of time. ... Read on » An online educational fun zone for your preschooler and kindergartner by Genevieve .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 11 Jan 2011 6:23pm Goodbye winter vacation and hello school days. While parents are rejoicing, younger siblings may be pouting. Big brother and sis, and that’s like everyone who’s anyone, have school but the little one is stuck at home. Before the tyke gets blue, settles down in front of the TV with a gallon of milk and a box of cereal, introduce them to ... Read on »
STILTS- Winter activity for active kids! by Amy R. Patient Expert Posted Wed 03 Feb 2010 5:18am Head over to the giveaway page for Crest products. A few nights ago for Pack meeting, my husband acquired about 20,  #10 cans from the cannery and had the boys make stilts.  Erica, in all her jealousy really wanted to recreate the activity at home.  Except we didn’t have any more #10 cans.  So creatively, she put together a plan.  She ... Read on »
SENIOR PETS, PT. 2.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 19 Dec 2010 12:00am While the east coast is suffering through a prolonged and cold winter storm, and the Midwest is trying to rebound after their winter storm moved east, the southwest is still enjoying temperatures above normal.  Granted, we have had some snow in Flagstaff this week...but it was measured in inches rather than in feet!  Today and for the nex ... Read on »
Get Yo Green On Tuesday - A Green Teen Activity During Winter Break - Recycle and REMIX! by Shawna C. Patient Expert Posted Tue 23 Dec 2008 2:42pm It is Winter Break - that dreaded time when all parents sigh a collective groan. How do you keep your kids busy for two weeks of no-school-snow-day-filled holiday? I have the answer: RECYCLE! Teens and pre-teens are all about self-expression. Why not encourage them to pull out the old magazines, catalogs, books, photos, and art supplies ... Read on »
Foot Tips for Winter Activities by Northcoast Footcare Facebook Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:06pm Winter is the time to get outside and engage in outdoor activities. Popular aerobic outdoor winter activities are cross country skiing, skate skiing, snowshoeing and ice skating. Warming up and cooling down are important for all outdoor activities, but are even more important during the colder, winter months. Continue Reading » ... Read on »
Outdoor Winter Activities by JYorey Posted Wed 30 Dec 2009 12:00am Many people enjoy staying inside during the winter. They are content with their hot cocoa, a good book and a warm blanket. Other people get a little taste of cabin fever during the snowy winter season. Winter is a great time to be outside. The air is crisp, snow is abundant and you can withstand the weather with a little preparation. For those o ... Read on »
Outdoor Winter Activities to help you stay fit by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Sat 11 Dec 2010 1:09am Those of us who are “lucky” enough to live in a place where weather extremes exist (variable scalding hot and blistering cold temperatures) know that our workouts can change from season to season.  Particularly in winter, some of us will be confined to the indoors while others will still seek to find their adrenaline rush throughout the ... Read on »