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December Memories

Jacque Grillo - Seasons and Celebrations » Winter Holidays

It's probably true for most of us that the month of December has special significance and meaning. Each of us has our own often emotion-laden memories of whatever traditions we grew up with: Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, the Winter Solstice or some hybrid...
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Tips for Keeping Kids Healthy During Cold and Flu Season

Leticia Barr - Parenting Choices » Smart Tips

Winter is here and with it comes the likelihood of illness due to cold and the seasonal flu. According to The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), colds and the flu share similar symptoms. The flu, which affects 35 to 50 million American...
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It's Never Too Early to Learn to Ski

Jill Notkin - Learning » Physical Activity

If you live in an area of the country where it snows, chances are you spend your winters finding ways to be outside even in the cold, while still enjoying yourself. If you live in a region that offers downhill skiing, then learning to ski is a wonderful g...
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Architecture Toys

Eliza Clark - Building Things (and Knocking Them Down)

Most kids love building sets, but those who are truly into design and take an interest in architecture will get even more enjoyment and learning out of toys that give them a taste of the real thing. Perhaps they want a hands-on sense of how major architec...
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