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Easter Sorting Activity by healthymama Posted Fri 30 Mar 2012 6:13pm For the Easter-themed sorting activity, I gave my kids an old egg carton and some yellow, beige and white pompoms, asking them to put a pompom into each egg carton opening. Try this if you need 30 minutes to cook dinner, by the way: the kids will be busy! I was amazed at how interested in this activity were my 17 months old twins! You can ma ... 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 »
Best for Kids 2007 Toy List by Sondra .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 5:43pm “BEST-FOR-KIDS” TOY LIST 2007 AMERICAN SPECIALTY TOY RETAILING ASSOCIATION (ASTRA) This one-of-a-kind, annual list recognizing the best play products available for children is based on input from independent toy store owners around the country. These toys meet ASTR ... Read on »
Columbus Day: How to Make History Fun for Your Children by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Thu 08 Oct 2009 10:00pm NOTE FROM SUSAN:Next Monday is Columbus Day! But, unlike Halloween or Thanksgiving or Valentine’s Day, it’s not a day that’s often associated with some sort of activity for kids that really teaches them the meaning of the day. So, I was really excited to receive the following article by Lori Jordan-Rice, author of the Miss Trimble’s Trapdoor book ... Read on »
Sperm from Older Men: Safe for Kids? by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:27pm There is lots of debate whether it is moral or medically prudent for a woman of "advanced maternal age" to bear children, especially when reproductive technologies are involved. But there has been relatively little discussion of older men producing off-spring. Turns out, sperm from men of advanced paternal age can put kids at risk for all sort ... Read on »
Move More! How to Incorporate Exercise and Activity into our Busy, Busy Lives -- Guest Post by Kelly Velasquez by jmcnichol Facebook Posted Wed 17 Apr 2013 1:00pm 30 Day Mediterranean Lifestyle Challenge Kelly Velasquez is our Associate Director of Credentialing - Research & Quality Management. (Believe it or not, Kelly is not even in the running for the longest job title in the office.) Kelly has been a big supporter of our wellness efforts and is a long standing member of our wellness advisory t ... Read on »
Dad’s Version of Kids’ Crafts and Activities by meta-DAD Patient Expert Posted Wed 24 Sep 2008 12:23pm This past month I had a rare opportunity to slip into the shoes of “Mr. Mom” (sort of). With the birth of our third, my wife and I decided to divide and conquer. At work, I cashed in all my “chips” and coupled my paternity leave with some vacation time and overdue Comp time and took the entire month off. After breakfast, I would fill a bag wi ... Read on »
Outdoor Activities for Kids by Fitho Posted Sun 20 Mar 2011 8:03pm Best thing about being a kid was playing  games and indulging in all sorts of fun outdoor activities. But  gradually the trend is changing, kids these days are hardly seen playing outdoors.  Its important to involve  children in daily physical activities which will help them grow both physically and mentally.  It is becoming increasing importan ... Read on »
The Mind of Christ, Sort Of by Cathy T. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 19 Jan 2009 1:26am Thanks to my generous in-laws, I get the Discipleship Journal magazine every other month or so.  This was plastered on the front cover (making it very obvious in the sea of President Obama photos): Neuroscience and the Renewed Mind When you have a mind like mine, renewed sounds good, ya know?  Sane even better.  I read through this great ar ... Read on »
Active Kids by Tracy S. Facebook Posted Sun 13 Aug 2006 12:00am Are you trying to get your kids moving this summer? Here are some fun ideas to keep you and your children active and having fun! Fitness Classes Kid’s fitness classes are becoming more and more popular. You can look for these at your local recreation centre or fitness club. They focus on body awareness and easy to follow activities. ... Read on »